Matthew Miller’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection ‘Introversion’ explores the life of post-conflict soldiers as they return home from war and reacclimatise to life within a peaceful society. For his SS15 campaign, Miller looks to the opposite point in a solider’s career in a thought provoking series of five portraits featuring young models cast from The British Army’s Cadets.

Working alongside long-term creative collaborators Jonathan Baron and Matthew Holroyd, Miller challenges the perception of what it means to be British – a re- occurring question from liberals and socialists alike, who seek to present an alternative to racist specifications suggested by organisations such as UKIP. Through characteristically powerful casting, the campaign represents the diversity among the young soldiers that could be sent to war on behalf of the nation.

Youths from ethnical minorities are under attack, and are seen by some as an enemy of the state. This series sets out to challenge the white washed notion of what it means to be Young and British.” – Matthew Miller