Suffused with thoughts of addiction, and unwanted sexuality, performative portraiture and still life enact moments of British male identity, a concept in perpetual flux as the rigid grip of traditional dualisms of gender subside. The objects may be imbued with gendered connotations of power, status and temperament. Once personified, our possessions may become the building blocks of identity and could be used to buttress a continual gender imbalance. Viewers are asked to consider what it means when these  objects are photographed in conjunction with the white male body. Much like the camera, it is often considered a site of power, the body is also a site of vulnerability that is required for us to grow.