Read what past clients have said about the images we collaborated on.
"I knew David as publishing insider so was quite surprised when he suddenly started taking photography seriously. I hate overly formal shots and have struggled to find a head shot (I’m a writer and often talk on panels and give interviews) that really works for me so the first picture that David took was a sporadic snap at an event that we were both attending. I use this image in both colour and black and white have booked him for another updated head shot later this year. I realise he now works with “proper“ cameras but I asked him to photograph my Wedding in 2018 using an iPhone as I wanted something very informal but with certain requirements so that all the people I love were included but felt at ease. I also wanted all the images in black & white which he was happy to do. He created a great sharing file so I could pick which ones I wanted printed but I could also have access to images as they came in. David’s always on time and extremely professional and I loved the results. Thank you David!"
"I asked David to take an author’s photo that I could use for promotional purposes and I was really pleased with this portrait. I like the composition. It shows my zinc-topped table, where I knead bread and write books. There’s the children’s paintings on the fridge. I look comfortable and I recognise myself. In my experience, that’s not easily achieved."
Lisa Shakespeare PR
I’m very pleased with David’s work. He has an innate understanding of how to take authentic photos at a busy event, and has a lovely manner while doing so. The photos met the brief, were a superb record of a great evening at The Conduit Club, and my client and I were delighted.
I met David via Instagram when I was looking for inspiration for how to present my upcoming album and release campaign. I was immediately drawn to David’s composition and eye for capturing the essence in his photography. David worked on quite a diverse range of shots for the project; from standard portrait, to more brutalist architecture, demonstrating his flexibility and willingness to try new things and develop his repertoire. I was really proud of the results, which were showcased in a residency curated by David at Watford museum. I’m really glad I met David and got to work with him, and would recommend him to anyone. He is, to put it mildly, the shit!