Unseen has already received worldwide and national coverage.
To mark its 60th awards ceremony next month, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (Bafta) has commissioned photographer Andy Gotts to document more than 100 actors who have won or been nominated for a Bafta award since 1954.
How did a milkman’s son from Norfolk make a career persuading celebrities to show off their unguarded ‘silly’ sides?
Andy Gotts has been photographing celebrities for more than two decades, often in black and white, but always with imagination and an ability to bring out an aspect of the character of the sitter.
Photographer Andy Gotts has travelled for two years tracking down the stars
The London-based photographer Andy Gotts – awarded an MBE this year for services to photography – is known for his insightful black-and-white portraits of some of the world’s most illustrious stars.
Andy Gotts’ passion for photographing famous faces started when he shot actor, comedian and author Stephen Fry while studying his degree in Norfolk.