David Bostock (AMPA, LRPS, LBPPA) is best known for his distinctive award-winning Wedding, Portrait & Boudoir Photography which he has been shooting professionally since 2008. He is also a Fine Art and Documentary Travel Photographer. David has been a long-time user of Canon professional cameras and lenses for his travel photography.
David has won over 100 International awards for his photography and is an Associate qualified member of the Master Photographers Association (MPA) and Licentiate of the Royal Photographic Society (RPS). His wish is to offer for sale unique travel images not widely available elsewhere.
David has travelled extensively throughout the world and many of the images for sale were captured during his travel adventures across Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar, New Zealand, Australia, Africa, Madagascar, Iceland, Europe & the USA
There are also interesting landscapes in the UK featured in the exhibition. David always has his camera in hand and loves to shoot everyday scenes which could easily be overlooked by passers-by using a documentary approach and turns them into a striking image.
There is a rich selection of images from Southeast Asia, from the temples of Angkor in Cambodia to the street life of Myanmar/Burma. The Fish Market in Yangon with the workers just finishing their overnight shift, wearing white face cream to protect them from the sun. The leg-rower fishermen of Inle Lake, standing on their boats like herons waiting for fish, and the mix of monks and local villagers crossing the U-Bine bridge (the Longest Wooden Bridge in the World) looking like a modern-day painting by Lowry. The early morning balloons drifting serenely over the mist of the temples & stupas. .
As well as a passion for land-based photography David is a PADI Divemaster and has captured unique underwater images in the Red Sea, South Africa, Indian Ocean, Caribbean and the rich coral reefs of Thailand and Australia.
David lives in the beautiful village of King’s Sutton in Oxfordshire. He is delighted to have the chance to exhibit his work for the first time at the Oxfordshire Artweeks at his studio in the village (1st floor of the Millennium Hall with disabled access).
You will be able to order beautifully framed prints, canvas wraps and exquisite matted prints ready for you to frame. There will also be some limited-edition print runs for sale, printed on the finest museum quality archival fine art papers.
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