This exhibition shows us a lesser-known side of Jeff Bridges's creativity – the actor and musician as photographer. The art is one of Bridges's great passions, having built his own camera obscura in secondary school and later, starting in the mid-'70s, took black-and-white behind-the-scenes shots on the set of his films with his Widelux 35mm. He shot photos of fellow actors, himself (before the word 'selfie' existed), crew members and locations. Once the filming ended, he'd develop them and put them in photo albums to give as gifts to everyone who worked on the set. Now you can see the people and places from the film as well as appreciate Bridges's work as a photographer.