AZT's elegant and poetic images of men are as confident as they are beautiful. He is as comfortable in bucolic and pastoral scenery as in an industrial landscape. We gaze on his subjects from the point of the photographer - intruders on a moment of beauty, sensuality or erotic pleasure. Only very rarely do we meet the subject's gaze directly, and when we do, it's as if we've been discovered, not the other way round. The men are lithe, natural and almost mannerist in their elongated poses and gestures. The soft light has a summery almost dreamy quality to it. He's organised his works in portfolios of each subject or couple, and though the narrative is loose, it gives structure and perspective.