Documentary following photographer Mahtab Hussain, known for his portraits of working-class Muslim men exploring masculinity and self-esteem, on his latest project.
As part of the Big British Asian Summer season, What Do Artists Do All Day? celebrates prominent Asian artists and performers.
Mahtab Hussain is a photographer whose work chronicles the complex experiences of the British Muslim community. His portraits of young, working-class Muslim men were the basis of an acclaimed exhibition and book You Get Me?, exploring questions of masculinity and self-esteem in a series of striking images.
Recently, his work has also focused on the changing identity of British Muslim women. This film follows Mahtab at work on his latest photographic project and hears from some of his subjects.
Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes
|Executive Producer||Richard Bright|
|Camera Operator||Toral Dixit|