Photographer Lewis Morley snaps dolly-birds, then indulges in his hobbies of sculpting and painting.
In photographer Lewis Morley's Greek Street studio we see him taking fashion photos of two dolly-birds, one in a white jump-suit, the other in a silver mini-dress and fishnets. When the photo session has ended, we see Lewis at his hobby of sculpting.
He hammers a fish shape into a piece of softened clay, then inserts nails and covers it with a resin which hardens over the outline. We see some of his finished sculptures. Lewis pulls the hardened fish shape away from the clay; C/U and M/S of the finished fish.
Several shots of Lewis painting in a rather abstract fashion; he splashes paint onto a plywood surface, then takes a burner and scorches the painting. C/U and M/S of the finished painting.
Note: there are notes on Lewis on file.