For 40 years Tom Wood has been walking the streets of Liverpool - his mobile studio - and photographing people: men and women, male or female. He draws a portrait of the people who know him so well and who nicknamed him "Photie man" (the photographic man). Whatever the camera and on outdated film bought at a discount, Tom Wood likes to pay homage to these little people to whom he belongs.
Preface by Gilles Verneret, director of Bleu du Ciel, Lyon. Texts by Mark Durden, critic. This book is the first of the "Untitled" collection initiated by Bleu du Ciel and Editions deux-cent-five. Bilingual French/English edition. Published in 2011.