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Wilson Hennessy is an professional still life photographer, who grew up on a farm in rural Australia and currently based in London. Wilson shoots a lot of cars and gadgets for editorial clients, including GQ and Wired. For his latest series “Trick or Treat”, Wilson captured familiar costume-clad figures through a pane of straight reed obscured glass suspended above the masks. “The original inspiration was trick or treaters on my porch approaching my front door,” he says. “I would view them, lit by my porch light above them, through the distorted glass of my front door.”

“The idea evolved slightly to simplify the picture into a really graphic, colourful, image which intrigues and draws you in until you recognize the characters you are looking at. Each image is shot through a pane of Straight Reed Obscured Glass suspended above the masks.”

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