The photographer keeping Old Hollywood glamour alive

John Stoddart's shots bring back the allure of the silver screen.

No matter the era, no matter the star, Liverpool born photographer John Stoddart captures his subjects with an air of glamour often lost in our modern world. Bringing back the power of Old Hollywood one shot at a time, his photography encapsulates the mystery and intrigue which once surrounded the silver screen.

From renowned auteur Martin Scorsese and screen icon Lauren Bacall, to the ethereal Tilda Swinton and eminent Anthony Hopkins, Stoddart has captured the greats at their greatest, keeping their powerful presence at the forefront.


To start off the year Partridges London have chosen some of John Stoddart’s most visceral images to display in their gallery in Chelsea. John Stoddart explained “I lived in Chelsea for almost 25 years and am delighted to hold this exhibition in Partridges…Many of the 12 photographs I have chosen to display were taken close to Partridges and I hope many people will pop in and see them.” Twelve captivating black and white shots will be on show from 7th January until the 4th February 2019, and will be available to purchase unframed for £500 each.

Click through the gallery below for an exclusive look at John Stoddart’s work, and head to Partridges, 2-5 Duke of York Square, Chelsea, London, SW3 4LY to see them in person from Monday 7th January until Monday 4th February, open everyday 8am – 9pm.

10 January 2019