These works utilise both handmade and digital production methods which has been his working process since 2012.
After graduating from Bournemouth College of Art Whybrow pursued a fledgling career as a photographer in London and New York. A studio residency in Brooklyn became the catalyst for research and development of custom black and white darkroom techniques enabling a production of work as surreal allegories of light, shade and the metaphysical. To bring his endeavours to the fore Whybrow attended a Fine Art MA at the Sir John Cass School of Art, London in 2004.
For more on Lenny Whybrow's practice go to lawhybrow.net
[Thames-Side Studios Viewing Room is located on the ground floor of Unit 8. Lenny Whybrow's studio is based in TB-124.
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