Pictured above, photographer Stuart Gregory. Read about him below.
If you are conflicted about mega-butch, hairy, tattooed guys with packed-on muscle who like to show it all off, better move on. Because Stuart Gregory’s studs are unapologetically having fun with the far end of the masculine spectrum.
“Apart from studying photography in my youth, my career left little room to explore the art form other than as a model from time to time,” Gregory says. “After a 20-year career in law enforcement, I've returned to photography and now specialize in portraiture. My inspiration is drawn from my travels, music, pop culture and and the amazing men I am happy to call my friends.
“I joined the Metropolitan Police in 1993. I was a police officer for 20 years, until I retired in 2013. I'd also briefly done some modeling, but in that short space of time, I got to work with some amazing photographers like Vincent Keith and Blake Little. Working with them inspired me to get back behind the camera. I truly love what I am able to create in the studio. I'm passionate about seeing people stand there in front of the camera and then produce an image of how they really want to see themselves.”