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The Mysterious Case of Ryan Styles

A2 sized pose portrait for Justin David's Night Work collection, 42cm x 59cm including a white border. Unframed.


RHYANNON STYLES first came to prominence as a successful, avante-garde mime artist, whose work was theatrical, highly stylised, physcial and fell within the genres of of live art, cabaret and mime. 


She is now a writer, performer and sound meditation practitioner.


British newspaper, ‘The Independent on Sunday’ earmarked Rhyannon as ‘One to Watch’ under its annual ‘Rainbow List’ in 2015 and now Rhyannon is widely considered one of the UK’s most prominent writers and speakers in the LGTBQIA+ community. As a journalist Rhyannon has contributed words to i-D, Broadly, Stylist and Sunday Times Style magazines. Rhyannon was a columnist at ELLE magazine from 2015-2017.


In 2017 Rhyannon published her first memoir, ‘The New Girl; A Trans Girl Tells It Like It Is’ with Headline. The follow-up ‘Help! I’m Addicted; A Trans Girl’s Self-Discovery & Recovery’ was published in 2021 by Jessica Kingsley Publishers.


As a performer and theatre maker, her solo and collaborative projects have been regularly presented in cabaret, theatre and live art contexts since 2005. Rhyannon graduated from the Universität der Künste in Berlin, with an MA from the ‘Solo/Dance/Authorship’ (SoDA) programme in 2020. Rhyannon is currently a member of performance collective Mineralwasser.


"Leave your day job behind as Justin David introduces you to dreamers of a dark and restless sort in his collection Night Work; a series of magical photographic improvisations featuring nocturnal creatures from London and beyond."


This limited edition C-Type Fuji Pearl print made from an original photographic artwork by Justin David was created by The Print Space, (74 Kingsland Road
 London E2 8DL) using archival quality materials to assure long lasting beauty to protect your investment in fine art. Digital silver based C-types are real photographic prints, created on light sensitive professional photographic paper using a finely balanced red, green & blue light source. This print was meticulously colour matched  by the artist to attain a print that faithfully captures the essence of the original. 

The Mysterious Case of Ryan Styles

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