It’s said you can learn a lot about someone by looking at their bedroom.
And if that’s true, then John Thackwray knows about a lot of people. The traveling photographer has snapped portraits for his My Room Project in 1,200 intimate bedroom settings around the globe, from the heart of New York City to poor neighborhoods in Nairobi.
The photo series started as a casual way for Thackwray to study how young people live, particularly people born in the ‘80s and ‘90s.
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A 16th century pub-with-rooms in a coastal Norfolk village, where open fires and cosily beamed bar combine with contemporary dining room, good food and intimate bedrooms. It makes for a romantic seaside bolthole.