“Greenhalgh, convinced that men talking about their feelings isn’t encouraged enough in our society, addresses the issues of postmodern manhood by presenting his male subjects in a neon-coloured modulation or timbre that makes for a melancholic tension. The soft-toned glow in which they are captured contains echoes of recent Hollywood movies with introverted and anti- macho characters. The boys – or young men – are calm and self-contained. Shy, but not necessarily insecure; sensitive, but not automatically also weak.”  -  Erik Vroons, Editor-at-Large of    GUP magazine       "Tungsten seeks to break down the mask of masculinity and show the beauty and sensitivities that lie behind."  -   British Journal of Photography      Tungsten can be purchased here

“Greenhalgh, convinced that men talking about their feelings isn’t encouraged enough in our society, addresses the issues of postmodern manhood by presenting his male subjects in a neon-coloured modulation or timbre that makes for a melancholic tension. The soft-toned glow in which they are captured contains echoes of recent Hollywood movies with introverted and anti- macho characters. The boys – or young men – are calm and self-contained. Shy, but not necessarily insecure; sensitive, but not automatically also weak.” - Erik Vroons, Editor-at-Large of GUP magazine

"Tungsten seeks to break down the mask of masculinity and show the beauty and sensitivities that lie behind." - British Journal of Photography

Tungsten can be purchased here

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