First time I photographed Bridget Christie was the year she won the Foster’s Comedy Award at the Edinburg Fringe. Since then she has made numerous TV appearances, won awards and published a book. There is no doubt that she is now one of the UK’s most respected comediennes, yet her behaviour when being photographed is modest. It is strange how a camera has the ability of imposing insecurities but as with most comedians, it’s the fear of being photographed doing something that is not funny at all. Relying on the photographer to be able to judge what is funny and at the same being true to their humour. So picking her nose whist standing on her head with eyes crossed was out of the question. Plan B!