Tom Nugent is fighting back. For too long he has slaved away in Hollywood’s visual effects industry, thumb-wrestling the devil, twisting digital images into unspeakable lies: soldiers in space, genderless horses, Chris Hemsworth’s abs. But not now. With his photography, Tom seeks out the honesty of genuine human moments, unmolested by technical sorcery. Sometimes he finds them within the looseness of everyday ping-ponging, that nebulous place where indigo becomes violet. But sometimes, just sometimes, he finds them while standing outside Nino’s Pizza, daydreaming about motorcycle trips and rock n’ roll. And Chris Hemsworth’s abs.