The photographs take inspiration from classic childhood fears, turning ordinary environments into the unsettling and unexpected. This is a look behind the facades of respectable houses; beyond the high walls and security cameras where something dubious is taking place in the manicured lawns of suburbia. All of his photographs have elements of normality, in some sense even an idyllic scene, but perhaps only at first glance. They show something familiar but with a dark twist, an uncomfortable feeling and a sense of unease. “I am inspired by trying to unlock all those dark places where images of childhood memories linger’” says Bagshaw. “These images, like fragments from a movie, are what I attempt to capture with a combination of concept, light and colour.