In Pictures

In pictures: Celebrities in the raw

The first famous person Andy Gotts photographed was Stephen Fry who spared the then student 90 seconds to take his portrait.

Despite photographing a huge range of famous faces since then Gotts has always insisted on one thing: that his portraits remain untouched.

Gotts' unique photography style can be seen across this series of contact sheets, from George Clooney in a pirate hat to Matt Damon emerging from a plant pot.

Brad Pitt poses in a cap Image copyright Andy Gotts
Image caption Brad Pitt
Penelope Cruz poses for portraits Image copyright Andy Gotts
Image caption Penelope Cruz
George Clooney wears a pirate hat for portraits Image copyright Andy Gotts
Image caption George Clooney
Kate Winslet pulls faces for the camera Image copyright Andy Gotts
Image caption Kate Winslet
Robert de Niro pulls funny faces for the camera Image copyright Andy Gotts
Image caption Robert De Niro
Samuel L Jackson portrait contact sheet Image copyright Andy Gotts
Image caption Samuel L Jackson
Julia Roberts portraits on a contact sheet Image copyright Andy Gotts
Image caption Julia Roberts
Tom Hidddleston portraits Image copyright Andy Gotts
Image caption Tom Hidddleston
Matt Damon holds flowers within a plant pot Image copyright Andy Gotts
Image caption Matt Damon
Harrison Ford pulls faces Image copyright Andy Gotts

Andy Gotts' (@DrGotts on Instagram) contact sheets can be seen at The Unseen Exhibition at The Showroom Presents, Fulham, London, until end of July 2017.

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