Outlaw in Texas
Photos taken by Roy M. Gunnels for an ongoing visual narrative called Texas Gothic
Previously published August 25, 2015
These images are from a larger, ongoing and developing visual narrative by photographer Roy M. Gunnels, called Texas Gothic, which forms a conceptual series of stylized portraits, vignettes and tableaux, composed in a rich noir style that reflectc the state of Texas in Gothic romanticism with an existential yet vibrant clarity.
The first two chapters are Outlaw in Texas, about members of a motorcycle club in north-central Texas, and the companion chapter, Outlaw in Texas: Hammer, a portrait series of a member, the club’s road captain.
You can see more of Roy’s work on his website at roygunnels.com, now in three separate galleries: works from around the world; works from the on-going project Texas Gothic, and the gallery that is closest to his heart, Obscure Poésie.
See also: Muiz street in Cairo
Roy M. Gunnels attended Texas Christian University and is a professional member of the National Press Photographers Association US, Frontline Freelance Registry in London, and Blink Media Listing in NYC. He is a fine-art and documentary photographer, and photojournalist. He has lived and worked across the Middle East, East Africa and Western Europe, and has been published internationally. roygunnels.com