The Gay Photographers Network (GPN) is sharing their work this week at their annual Gayzed exhibition.
Free for all visitors, the six-day show will be held in The Strand Gallery on John Adam Street, Charing Cross and includes 100 images from both amateur and professional photographers work.
Exhibition organiser John Drennan told Gay Star News: ‘We hope there will be images that make people laugh, images that make people think and some that will just leave them wondering!
‘What we’re hoping people will see is a “snapshot” of where members of the GPN are as a group.
Drennan added: ‘Some are full-time photographers, some are just enthusiasts, but sometimes you’d be hard pushed to distinguish who’s who, such is the quality of the work we’re seeing’.
This is the 4th year in a row that GPN are holding Gayzed due to the wide coverage and success they’ve had since their first exhibition in 2010. The show has received media coverage from mainstream media outlets including The Independent, Time Out and BBC Local News, all of which have contributed to the show’s popularity and exposure.
GPN is a non-profit organisation composed of photographers made up of gay men and women who are looking to network, share ideas and display and sell their work.
Members meet once a month and organise events such as photo walks, and also offer GPN tutorials.
For more information on Gayzed and the Gay Photographers Network, visit the Gayzed website.