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Those two wrestlers recommended me to two other wrestlers, and off to the races we went." James was soon making a name for himself: for his shots of wrestling action, his promotional portraits, and his equally dramatic images of life backstage.
The last time they did this, they were full of fear. "Pushing yourself out of your comfort zone." Jackie adds: "It's not easy when you're not a size two, to just put yourself out there." To understand what the friends are talking about, we need to go back a year when Melanie received an unexpected video message from Jackie.
"There's a lot going on in the world, just do something fun," Melanie says.
"And don't care what anybody else thinks, just get your freak on!
Taken on a Canon EOS 5D Mark IV with a Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM lens.
© James Musselwhite" type="" Canon photographer James Musselwhite used one of his favourite Canon L-series lenses and soft lighting to shoot this intimate portrait of wrestler Jack Sexsmith.
It's Chris.' I'll never forget it." James drove 10 miles to pick up the wrestler from his caravan and then took him to his photo studio.