Anderson & Low are recognised for crossing seamlessly between the worlds of Fine Art and Commercial Photography, and for huge stylistic diversity to fit each new concept and project.
They have had numerous solo exhibitions world-wide and their work is in many museum collections on four continents. They were official artists for London 2012 and their work has been exhibited as part of the official Venice Biennale.
Anderson & Low are particularly recognised for their portraiture, and their unique and distinctive with sportsmen and women from numerous fields. This has resulted in three solo exhibitions in the National Portrait Gallery, London. They are universally acknowledged as being pioneers in the depiction of athletes and sport.
Their project Manga Dreams (cover feature for Image Magazine No. 412) has received worldwide acclaim, as have their many art projects blurring the lines between fantasy and reality. This, combined with their ability to portray heroic qualities in images, lead to a special commission from Lucasfilm to create images for Star Wars 7, including poster imagery.
They received the 2017 Mountbatten Award from the British Maritime Foundation for their book Voyages.
Anderson & Low have also won awards for their architectural and reportage images, as featured in the Gold exhibition at the AoP Gallery, plus in the AoP 50 exhibition "Images That Defined The Age".