Broth Tarn

Broth Tarn

Making a name for himself thanks to his black-and-white, unflinching pictures of the born-and-bred inhabitants of his hometown, Leeds, Broth Tarn is inspired by everything from his friends in the pub to his grandmother hanging out the washing.

Left: Artist Jenny Beard in Thornville Street, Leeds, wearing The Car Coat. <br> Right: Lawrie Painter in Scarborough, wearing Vintage check hat

Left: Artist Jenny Beard in Thornville Street, Leeds, wearing The Car Coat.
Right: Lawrie Painter in Scarborough, wearing Vintage check hat

Blake Reynolds in Kirkstall backstreet, Leeds, wearing a pique polo shirt.

Blake Reynolds in Kirkstall backstreet, Leeds, wearing a pique polo shirt.

Sam Batley, reading the morning paper in grandma’s back garden, Barnsley, wearing The Car Coat.

Sam Batley, reading the morning paper in grandma’s back garden, Barnsley, wearing The Car Coat.

Jenny Beard in Otley Road, Leeds, wearing The Greenwich Duffle.

Jenny Beard in Otley Road, Leeds, wearing The Greenwich Duffle.

Grace O'Neill and Lucy Bottomley at Leeds Irish Centre, both wearing car coats.

Grace O'Neill and Lucy Bottomley at Leeds Irish Centre, both wearing car coats.

Above: Lawrie Painter at Scarborough amusements, wearing Vintage check scarf. <br> Right: Lawrie Painter at Scarborough amusements, wearing Vintage check shirt.

Above: Lawrie Painter at Scarborough amusements, wearing Vintage check scarf.
Right: Lawrie Painter at Scarborough amusements, wearing Vintage check shirt.