Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Tom Hull is a busy bee. The London based photographer has made a new series of portraits. This time the Chelmsford Nighthawks have taken place behind Tom's lense. With their weekly training beginning at 10:30pm, and not finishing until midnight the British ice hockey team truly do fly by night. Each of the Nighthawks train in their favourite team's jersey. Tom shot this series of portraits towards the end of their intensive and very tiring training. He portrayed the players as individuals but like Tom says: "The focus and determination in the eyes, the beads of sweat dripping down the faces and their distinctly strong work ethic are elements that bind these unique characters together as one succinct unit." 




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