Brexit Protest, Westminster.
Red Arrows fly past, The Mall.
Chinatown, London Pride.
Listening to A National Trust volunteer, Sudbury Hall, Derbyshire.
Gingernutt the Clown, Mayfayre Puppet Festival, Covent Garden
Front door, Graceland, Memphis, Tennessee
Rembrandt's studio, Amsterdam.
Support for refugees protest, Parliament Square
Henry Harrison reaching out to his younger self, Jackson, Tennessee.
Black Pride, Vauxhall, London.
Pointing at Cacti, RHS tent, Lambeth Country Show.
St George's Day revellers, Nottingham.
Brick Lane, London.
Lunch Break outside The Guildhall, City of London.
Protest against Donald Trump's UK visit, Regent Street.
Butterfly leaving cocoon.
TUC rally against austerity, Hyde Park.
RAF 100 celebrations, The Mall.
Horniman Museum, Forest Hill, London.
East 23rd and Broadway, New York City.
Gimp chained to railings, Brighton Pier.
Mummy, Tennessee State Museum.
Cavetown, Birmingham Academy.
Lady buttoning her cardigan, Calke Abbey.
Camden Market
Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
The original Piglet, New York City Library.
London Fashion Week.
Royalty fans, Queen's birthday celebrations, The Mall.
Graduates, Greenwich.
London Fashion Week
Factory and smoke, Nashville, Tennessee
Italian Gardens, Green Park, London
Wedding photoshoot, St. Martin's Cathedral, Utrecht.
Pandemonia with Sir Peter Blake, Art Car Boot, Lambeth.
Buckingham Palace
Seafood shop, Reculver Towers, Herne Bay

“Social interaction, sounds, smells, lights... can be overwhelming for people with Asperger’s.”

Stash Puppets regard their cameras as talismanic shields enabling them to feel safe outside their home. Through photography they confront their agoraphobia and anxiety and attempt to capture the world as it appears to them.

The sensory overload of being in the outside world is a queasy and often surreal experience.

The mundane can seem extraordinary and things that would escape most people’s attention become scary, mysterious and absurd when refracted through their lens.   

They currently use the Fuji XT-3 and Fuji X100T for their photography.

Above is a small slideshow of some recent work.

"When people speak to us it is like they are talking in riddles and everything seems far away."

“Asking someone if we can take their photograph is difficult when you're socially phobic. We try to take the picture before asking and often dare not ask at all. We feel a bit guilty about that.”

It's not what you look at, it's what you see