A photograph exhibition of Brighton Fringe performers opened at Brighton station last Friday (April 6), shining a light on some of the artistic talent in the city.
The exhibition, 'Inside the Fringe' by photographer James Bellorini, aims to give commuters a glimpse of what to expect at this year's festival.
Working in collaboration with the subjects over the past few months, Bellorini captured 35 individuals in the run-up to Fringe 2018, ranging from seasoned performers, producers and creatives, to those who are embarking on their very first Fringe.
The photographs are displayed alongside the boardwalk which leads to the back of Brighton station.
Julian Caddy, managing director of Brighton Fringe, said: "James is an incredibly talented photographer and such an important asset to help capture the colour and excitement of Brighton Fringe, so we’re extremely proud to be working with him on this exhibition.
"Brighton Fringe is constantly growing and developing thanks to everyone involved, so it is really wonderful to show appreciation and recognition to both longstanding and new performers as is done through James’ exhibition.
"The portraits beautifully embody the diversity of Brighton Fringe, capturing their subjects’ creativity and imagination."
Bellorini is a local Brighton talent, working nationally and globally for assignments. He has collaborated with many well-known prestige lifestyle and cultural brands, as well as entrepreneurs, businesses, performers, DJs and musicians.
The exhibition will be on show at Brighton station until June 5.
This year's Fringe runs from May 4 to June 3, and will see 4,000 performances at 155 venues across the city.
For more information, visit: www.brightonfringe.org