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David Creedon ABPPA ARPS
David Creedon was born in Cork Ireland. He holds qualifications of Associateship from both the British Professional Photographers Association and the Royal Photographic Society in visual documentary. Based in Cork Ireland, David is available for assignment and commissions for Press, Portrait and Music photography as well as Magazine, Corporate Brochure, Headshots, Public Relations, Product assignments and all other corporate, industrial and commercial photography. No matter if you are a small, medium or large business David offers a package tailored to every client's need. Call today for a free quote or visit our online store to purchase fine art prints for safe, secure transactions.
David has received international acclaim and he has previously exhibited at national galleries and museums around the world including, the National Portrait Gallery London. David has been shortlisted and nominated for a number of major international awards, most notably the WPGA Portrait Award, Prix de la Photographie and the Hamdan International Photography Award.
His work has been described "as one of the most significant collections of photography in contemporary Ireland and will be amongst the most important works of Irish art in years to come", while another critic has written, "His photographs transcend the documentary form and enter the realm of art, they are poems in photographs".
Testimonials are curated by David Creedon Photography and are not independently reviewed or verified.
"Blending light, space and intimacy, Creedon's photographs depict worlds that we otherwise might not have access to. With meticulous precision, he presents concepts, ideas, people and places in a stylish and sophisticated way. In his latest series, Behind Open Doors, Creedon spent three years in Cuba studying the complex and dynamic relationships of families. Throughout this period, Creedon captured intimate and transient moments that provide insight into a culture that has largely been hidden from wider view, and through these images Creedon encourages viewers to reflect upon their own lives"
Aesthetica Magazine on 9 March 2015
"Creedon's meticulously made photographs document the interiors of abandoned homes in rural Ireland. A show well worth seeing."
Aidan Dunne, The Irish Times on 9 March 2015
"It is David Creedon's ability to empathise with and reflect what he sees, which makes this such a powerful exhibition."
- Vincent Kelly, Cork Evening Echo on 9 March 2015
"Creedon strikingly documents the isolation of rural Ireland through a series of emotionally powerful images whose beauty often lies in their desolation."
Shelley Marsden on 9 March 2015
"Creedon's focus on family is evident and there is a sense that he has captured something far more real than the classic images of rum, salsa, mulatas and classic American cars. Overall this is a great piece of work from a superb master of his craft."
Cuba Absolutely on 9 March 2015