Europe’s Best Destination Photographers
Come and meet some of our talented photographers across Europe.
"There is nothing I like more than working with people to achieve something memorable and beautiful," says London photographer David Woolfall. "Photography has given me the opportunity to align my interests in life, a profound love of photography and working with people."
David is a regular contributor to international magazines shooting portraits and stories. He also works with large companies and advertising agencies for reports and campaigns. His personal work has been exhibited widely and he has recently received awards in the International Creative Competition, the International Photography Awards and was a finalist in the prestigious Taylor Wessing National Portrait Gallery Awards.
Three words to describe your style of photography:
My style of photography is quite relaxed and natural.
Where are some of your favourite places to shoot in London?
There are so many great spots to photograph in London- I have lived here for 18 years so I have something for everyone. Some urban and touristy settings include around Tower Bridge and Westminster (Big Ben, The London Eye). Any of the parks are also lovely locations (for example St James's Park, Hyde Park, Regents Park, Greenwich Park...) More good spots for a photo include the Mall, Buckingham palace, Trafagar Square, Galleries, Albert Bridge, the pagoda at Battersea Park, and on the Tube - the escalators and the train itself. The stations make a nice setting.
For bars and cool streets and street art, I like Shoreditch, Brick Lane, some of the train stations around Paddington and St Pancras International, and markets including Borough Market, Spitalfields and many others. The South Bank has lots of nice places to photograph, and also the Millennium Bridge and Somerset House.