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Simon Lewis

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I am not the type of Professional Photographer to be put into a one category box. Working within a variety of genres, ranging from interior design to corporate and industrial, I always shoot very clean graphic images in terms of composition, use of light & shadow and attention to detail and have excellent post production skills. My portraits reflect the personality of my subjects with whom I quickly establish a rapport, enabling them to relax and be themselves. I use portable lighting in many of my shoots to create more drama but still capture candid moments within this controlled environment. However, I mainly use available light when photographing travel, lifestyle and reportage scenes.

My main photographic work is in the corporate and industrial sectors where different skills are required but I am very adept at photographing people in challenging work environments. I have worked in many parts of the world, often in harsh environments on short deadlines but have the necessary experience, determination, organisational and communication skills to make things happen.

My personal portrait work: is in the collections of the National Media Museum and the National Portrait Gallery.

My personal work is also sold as prints posters and I also license my images for royalties. Please use my contact page for any usage enquiries.

Clients: Amara, BP, British Gas, Barclays, RBS, British Council, BT, CGU, Credit Suisse, ES, Hogg Robinson, Ikea, Jigsaw, London Underground, Mind, RAC, South African High Commission, SPL, Standard Chartered, Sunday Express, Taylor Wimpey, TFL Thomas Pink, Virgin, Willis.

Industry: Advertising, Annual Report Design, Corporate & Industrial, Events, Music, Portrait, Retail, Social, Travel

Recently, I have travelled extensively in South Africa photographing Indigenous Musicians, Healers and Storytellers.

Exhibitions (collective)
Sun Life/National Museum of Film, TV & Photography Awards, 1987.
‘150 Years of British Photography’ National Portrait Gallery, 1989/90.
‘Independent/ John Kobal Awards’ Angela Flowers Gallery, 1993.
‘New Members’ The Association of Photographers, 1996.
‘Ilford Printers Exhibition’ Association Gallery, 1996, 1998 & 2000.
‘Obsessions’ Association Gallery, June 1999.
‘Coast’ Association Gallery, July 1999.
‘Naked’ Association Gallery, August 1999.
‘Published Portraits’ Association Gallery, Jan 2001.
‘Celebrate South Africa’ S.A. High Commission, May 2001.

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