Man’s naked form [...] belongs to no particular moment in history;
it is eternal, and can be looked upon with joy by the people of all ages. — Auguste Rodin
It started with a conversation. We spoke about the representation of the male nude in art; the scant examples compared to that of women; the perception that male photographers of recent history have sexualised the male body. It made me wonder: what kind of images I would create when presented with a naked male body? How would my own position affect what I see and what I capture, how that body – that person – reacts towards me?