A photographer has spent seven years tracking down over 100 people he had photographed in the past, recreating the original images for a remarkable collection of “then and now” pictures.
The nostalgic photo series, entitled "Reunions," comes courtesy of Chris Porsz. Simply wishing to take better family photos, his passion soon developed and he became hooked on photography.
In the 70s, 80s, and 90s, he took pictures of everyday moments in his hometown of Peterborough, in Cambridgeshire, England. Casually snapping the people he encountered, he has now managed to recreate the same scenes up to 30 years after taking the initial photos.
On his website, Chris reveals his intention as a photographer is to “fascinate and provoke mixed emotions to unique moments of time captured in fleeting expressions on a face.”
All images courtesy, and used with permission of, Chris Porsz.