The story, essentially true, according to Shuttleworth, became the bones of the Angels and Wolves narrative.
Gerard O'Connor and Marc Wasiak's photographic art works are as darkly beautiful as they are enormous; sometimes as tall as your average impeccably tailored Victorian wolf man, wide as any wigged dowager who ever rustled across a croquet lawn in lavender scented silk. They're also real photographs, though not exactly. They're historically accurate, but not really. They're digitally enhanced by a third artist, Matthew Ryan, but not so that their innate reality is compromised. Sort of.
"They're factual fiction," photographer O'Connor says. "A modern fairytale response to history," stylist Wasiak says.