Ian Bradshaw is a world class international photographer based in
Pennsylvania, New York & London. He has had a long and
distinguished career as a photographer and also as a photo editor. He
has been Photo Editor of National Daily and Sunday Newspapers in
Britain as well as Photo Editor of the Telegraph Sunday Color
magazine in London.
He is the leading American education photographer winning five CASE
awards and six Addys for his work in this specialist field. He is the
author of The Thinking Photographer and Pro Techniques of Creative
Photography as well as Retrospective and Gundogs and the Queen. Ian Bradshaw moved from England to America in 1999
and his unique specialist approach to people and portraiture attracted
schools, colleges & Universities throughout the USA and Europe.
He is a former winner of the World Press Photo Award for his famous
picture of a streaker being arrested by a London bobby with a
strategically placed helmet. He is a former winner of the British Press
Photographer of the Year, Texaco Industrial Photographer of the Year,
Ilford Industrial Photographer of the Year and his photographs have
been voted Life magazine Picture of the Year and People magazine
Picture of the Decade.
He travels extensively and tries to balance his educational work with
his commitments in the advertising world of New York & London. A
former photo-journalist, his wide ranging work covers everything from
sports to interiors and architecture but it is his definitive style of people
photography that has caught the attention of art directors in America
Ian is also Director of Photography for Custom Golf Books.