Tyrone Lebon is a name known to many in the fashion world. As the son of legendary British fashion photographer Mark Lebon, he forged an early career of his own shooting for the likes of i-D and Dazed & Confused, not to mention working with everyone from Supreme to Miley Cyrus. Now he’s decided to shift the focus away from models and turn the camera on the photographers themselves.

In his latest production, Reely and Truly, he interviews more than 20 of the greatest talents working today across all fields of photography – from Jurgen Teller to Dick Jewell, Jill Freedman and Peter Sutherland. Shot on no less than five different types of analogue film, the production has a quaint, almost Wes Anderson-like candor, with the interspersed conversations between Tyrone and his father adding a real personal touch to its 30-minute runtime. We think it’s pretty excellent. You can find the trailer above or head over to Canvas by Grolsch to enjoy the feature in full.

Words by AJ Gwilliam
Features Editor

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