Creatives who are lucky enough to live long and artistically productive lives may have the rare opportunity to revisit their early works decades later.
This revisitation not only gives them the chance to revisit or recreate their original work, it also lets them relive their early days and remember what it was like to be a young, budding artist.
Photographer Chris Porsz used to go around Peterborough, Cambridgeshire shooting pics in the late 70s and 80s while working as a paramedic, and at the time the neighborhood was full of colorful characters.
Chris never forgot those creatively formative years he spent taking photos on the streets of Peterborough, so he decided to track down the people he photographed nearly forty years earlier for a reshoot.
Chris spent seven years tracking down and convincing the stars of his favorite photos to pose for him again, publishing the then and now shots in his new book "Reunions".
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