Nick Veasey is a British photographer and filmmaker
working primarily within the medium of X-ray imaging. Born in London
in 1962, he worked in the advertising and design industries and
pursued work in conventional still photography before making the
serendipitous discovery of applying X-ray imaging to everyday objects and skeletons after being asked to X-ray a cola can for a television show.
Veasey also X-rayed the shoes he was wearing on the day and
upon showing the finished image to an art director, was galvanised by
the response it provoked.
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