David Bull is a photographer whose work examines place and the social landscape. Influenced by the classic documentary and road photographers of the 20th century, he started out as a street photographer where his work was featured in the first London Street Photography Festival of 2012. He has since become a project based practitioner where long term immersion in a subject is critical to the outcome of the work.

David's work has been featured in international publications and media including The Guardian, The Mail on Sunday, The Observer, BBC Online, ITV Online, Haaretz and Huffington Post. Recent exhibitions include Grain and Vision - both at Prettys in Ipswich and Elsewhere at The Whistler Gallery, Ipswich. In May, 2016 he exhibited work as part of Photoeast, the international photography Festival held across Suffolk, and at Hoxton Arches as part of Anywhere and Everywhere in June 2016. In October he will also be part of the seventh Brighton Biennial and Images from the series The Grateful Escape was selected for Photofusion's Salon 17 exhibition.

For more information on David's work feel free to get in touch.


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