people andy scaysbrook
people When Andy asked me to write a few words on his book People I knew I was in for a treat. This talented humanist, whose photographs show a real empathy with his subjects has not disappointed. The work is not glib or cynical, a trait often found in some photographers these days. This work is classic in its delivery, showing all kinds of emotions by a photographer who really cares about humanity and how photography can draw us into other peoples lives. People follows in the tradition of the now famous exhibition curated by Edward Steichen at MOMA in New York in 1955; â€œThe Family Of Manâ€? We, as fellow human beings, are drawn to the lives of others; we are fascinated by seeing how others live, work and play With People, Andy has delivered a really interesting peep-hole into worlds that many of us may never see in real life. Picture magazines and colour supplements used to do this on a weekly basis but sadly no longer carry the gravitas they used to. Documentary photographers however are still out there, working and doing what they do do best - telling stories through pictures. People is a book of stories, beautifully translated, by a very talented young man. Bill Jackson Photographer
people About the author
Andy Scaysbrook is a an award winning editorial photographer whose career has spanned nearly thirty years. His images have published by much of the worlds media including the Sunday Times, Daily Telegraph , National Geographic and The Observer. Andy is also the author of books on Cuba and Morocco. A passionate and creative photographer, Andy splits his time between shooting assignments and mentoring and training photographers via his workshops. Portraiture and people are my passions. I like to focus on culture and how people live their lives. Im also drawn towards the underdog. Every picture here tells a story, some good, some bad and some, just down right ugly. The people project took 2 years to shoot in15 different countries .Cuba, India, Nepal, Morocco, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand, China, Norway, Holland, Italy, Thailand, The Philippines and the UK.
You can contact Andy via the following; www.andyscaysbrook.com www.revolutionphotography.org Twitter @AScaysbrook Facebook Andy Scaysbrook Creative Photography