Desmond Brambley Photography

50 Brizewood, Carterton, Oxfordshire. OX18 1DF

01993 840320

djb@desbrambley.co.uk

07915 351621  VAT: 972 4275 02

The portrait scene is a wee bit static - everyone seems to be producing the same thing - high key, and homogeneous results which are lovely, but aren't really pushing the boundaries or the form forward. I think it's time that situation changed.

 

This is the digital age, the cameras are digital, the processing is digital, the prints are digital and they're almost always displayed digitally, so why shouldn't there be more creative input at the point of processing?

 

Why shouldn't the results be striking and unique?

 

Why shouldn't they be more like the works of the Modernist movement and the Abstract painters?

 

Why should you have something the same as everyone else?

 

Why shouldn't you have something special and unique to you?

 

 

 

Clients

 

Hearts of Oak Insurance

Architecural Heritage

Holly Johnson Antiques

Cotswold Arts and Antique Dealers Association

Iona PR

K Alderson Antiques

Wisdom Addis

NHS Gloucestershire Trust

TV Production Partnership Ltd

Manala Theatre Company (Eire)

1st Dibs (New York)

Peter Bunting

Gary Wright Antiques

Donald Edge

BT

Astley Fine Art

Newsquest Oxfordshire

Liz Teall - Salford Mill Pottery

North Cotwolds Hospital League of Friends

Montpellier Clocks Cheltenham

Roberta Condon

John Bly Antiques

David Pickup Antiques

Streett Marlburgh Antiques

Wimpole Antiques

Hadlowdown Antiques

Nigel Norman Fine Jewels

Dickson & Randell Interiors

Artifact Lighting

The Blanchard Collective

J Roger Antiques

Jubilee Hall Antiques

Brownrigg

Philp Adler Antiques

Messpots (Australia)

The Countryman Magazine