Brooklyn Beckham snaps up photography book deal

Brooklyn Beckham, the eldest son of David and Victoria Beckham, is set to release a book of his photography next year.

The 17-year-old’s debut book will be called What I See and will feature up to 300 pictures captured and curated by himself in order to give readers a look at the world from his “unique” point of view.

An aspiring photographer, Brooklyn has amassed millions of fans across his social media accounts, with just under nine million on his frequently updated Instagram page alone.

Brooklyn Beckham’s What I See (Penguin Random House Children’s UK)
Penguin Random House Children’s UK will publish the book in May 2017.

Managing director Francesca Dow said: “At Penguin Random House Children’s we are delighted to be publishing What I See, a title from one of the most influential and interesting young adult voices in the UK today.

“Brooklyn Beckham’s images inspire a generation across the globe, and this book will give his fans a broader insight into the world seen through his unique and creative perspective.”

Brooklyn and Victoria Beckham (Evan Agostini AP/PA)
Earlier this year, the teenager shot the images for a Burberry Brit fragrance campaign and he has also found work as a model, appearing in campaigns and in magazines on the other side of the camera.

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