Thomas Knights started his career as a music producer and performer before finding a love of life behind a lens. Across all media he produces, his work is usually recognised as being dark and cinematic in approach.
His most renowned project is ‘Red Hot’, which has been hailed as one of the most successful re-branding campaigns in years, as it aims to re-brand the ginger stereotype. An initial exhibition turned into a bestselling art book, Red Hot 100, and has toured the world. In late 2016 Thomas launched Red Hot II, an artistic extension of the first incarnation, featuring a selection of red-headed male and female role models.
Most importantly the project has been successful in raising thousands of pounds for anti-bullying charities, causes that Thomas has continued to support through the launch of a second social movement #MyTrueSelfie in collaboration with The Diana Anti-Bullying Award and ASOS.