by Thomas Chislett
At 27 years old, Thomas Chislett had been taking photographs for over six years. During that time, he explored many different styles, and especially enjoyed manipulating his images with technology, believing that certain effects brought a fresh new perspective to the subject. He passed away suddenly in September 2016 due to complications from a brain tumour, and his work has been submitted for exhibition at the 2017 BIFB by his family, who hopes that his unique and exquisite photography will continue to resonate with art lovers.
Thomas Chislett passed away suddenly at the age of 27 in September 2016 due to complications from a brain tumour. He had been taking photographs for more than six years, during which time he explored many different styles. His work was submitted for exhibition at BIFB by his sister Naomi.
“Whenever I go out I always take my camera because I don’t like to think that I might miss an opportunity to capture something unique and inspiring.” – Thomas Chislett 1989-2016
Thomas Chislett, The Apostles, 2013
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- June 26, 2017 - September 18, 2017
8:00 am - 5:00 pm