Brooklyn Beckham has given his fans across the globe a look into his life in a new photography book called What I See.
The eldest child of David and Victoria, Brooklyn, 18, has spent the last few months snapping his family behind closed doors as well as his ventures into the inner-city.
While a photo of Harper drawing at a table or Romeo standing against a wall with a bouquet of flowers may seem agreeable to most, one particular photo has landed Brooklyn in deep shit.
The bird’s eye shot of Brooklyn standing on the edge of a 16-storey high building didn’t go down well with his mum and dad.
He captions the photo:
Don’t try this at home. My parents were so angry when they saw this. So stupid. Cool shot though.
While photography might seem to a cynic like the vocation of many a privileged offspring, I’m gonna go ahead and take Brooklyn’s involvement with a pinch of a salt.
Give the lad a go. After all, he has bagged himself a scholarship at an arts university in New York.
He told the Telegraph:
Most times, I’m secretive about taking them. If my mum sees me taking a picture, she kind of poses and stuff, and I don’t really like that.
But none of my photos are set. I like using natural light.
What I See by Brooklyn Beckham will be available from June 29 by Penguin Random House UK at a price tag of £16.99.