About Broadbentius

Rebel dropped me off at the train station: just kidding officer

Following the successful Kickstarter campaign that launched in March 2018 to turn At Home With The Furries into a published book. The book will be released on September 30th 2018 by Stay Free Publishing and you can pre-order a copy on the Stay Free website here http://www.stayfreepublishing.co.uk/

Email Tom on tom@tombroadbent.com for a press release or any other information.

With more than 15 years’ experience, London-based photographer Tom Broadbent works across all areas of portrait photography on commissioned and self-initiated assignments. His clients include: Newsweek, Marie Claire, Time Out, Whizz-Kidz and comScore. Tom is perhaps best known for his series At Home With The Furries, which he has been working on for several years. The project depicts members of the UK furry community who dress up in animal costumes, and has been featured in The Sunday Times Magazine, Wired Italia and on Feature Shoot. You can read more about the project on Tom’s blog or click here to see a slideshow of the images.

Syrrus, a fox and Lupestripe, a wolf having a barbecue at home in Leeds was exhibited as part of the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2018 and the print edition completely sold out.

Smirnoff, the husky wolf features in 1001 Photographs You Must See Before You Die 

The furry project has been exhibited at Absolut Manifesto Festival in Madrid, FixPhoto in London and many group shows over the UK.

Fangorn, the Jedi tiger from At Home With The Furries won first prize in the Pixelrights Portrait Photography Competition in December 2016.

Tom is currently working on multiple projects on the themes of identity and belonging.

You can find his portfolio site here: tombroadbent.com




Email: tom(at)tombroadbent.com


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