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PHOTOGRAPHY: David Graham 

For more information about David and to see his new work please visit: www.photograhams.com

David Graham became a photographer in 2004 after his son became paralysed in an accident. He subsequently gained an MA in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at the London College of Communication.

He has worked extensively for charities both in the UK and overseas, including India, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Ukraine and Rwanda working for many charities including World Jewish Relief, Bhopal Medical Appeal, Facing the World and The Royal Hospital Chelsea.

In 2006, he formed the charity 'Changing Ideas' to help photographers and charities use photography to make a difference and this has resulted in more work for charities as well as lecturing at the London College of Communication, St Martins.

David's work has been published in many magazines and newspapers, including a major feature on Bhopal in The Telegraph Magazine. His book, No Diving, was published in 2008.

His work has been exhibited both in individual and group shows, and was selected for inclusion in 2009, 2010 and 2012 in the prestigious Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize at the National Portrait Gallery.

Since buying an iPhone, David has become a fanatical iPhone photographer and has photographed several projects with the iPhone including people watching the Royal Wedding and at the photo festival in Cortona. He has also run several workshops on portraits with the iPhone including at Apple Stores in London, New York and San Francisco as well as at the National Portrait Gallery.

Lectures and Workshops:

National Portrait Gallery - 29th June 2013 - Street Portraits

For more information see: www.photograhams.com

 

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Sadhu with Radio
Limited edition print, signed.
Portrait of Sadhu photographed in March 2010 at the Kumbh Mella at Hardiwar, India.

 
   
 
Sadhu with Radio
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Sadhus on Bike
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Woman and Child, Calcutta
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Swami
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Varanasi Boys
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Calcutta Woman
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Boy with Cow, Calcutta
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