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George Logan, Photographer

Born in Bellshill, near Glasgow, Scotland. George studied at Blackpool College of Photography before moving to London, where he is currently based.

George is a multi-faceted talent, equally at home on location or in the studio, working with people, animals, locations or still life. He produces strong and vivid images – a distinctive and unique photographic style. Many of his images have been described as having an ‘other worldly’ feel. 

His work has received critical acclaim both in the UK and internationally. Logan is also a regular exhibitor at many of London's galleries and his photographs were shown at the Shanghai International Photographic Art Exhibition. Logan was awarded Gold at The Association of Photographers Awards in 2005, and again in 2010. He was also named "International Photographer of the Year" in the Advertising Category at the 2007 Lucie Awards. Most recently he was named one of Campaign magazine's "Top Ten Photographers." He received the Adobe Breakthrough Photography Award for the images he made for the WHISKAS cat food campaign, "Feed your cat's instincts."

His list of advertising clients includes:
AT&T, Corona, Ribena, O2, Nokia, Orange, Audi, Yamaha, Mercedes Benz, Michelin, Shell, Eurostar, Abbey, Co-operative Bank, Royal Bank of Scotland, British Airways, Qantas, New Balance, Microsoft, 1664 and Battersea Dogs’ Home.

George’s work receives critical acclaim both in the UK and Internationally. In 2005 he was awarded Gold in the Association of Photographers Awards for his personal project and has regularly featured in Communication Arts, Campaign Poster Awards, Archive, Creative Review, PDN New York, Cannes Lions and the London Photographic Awards.

He was recently named International Advertising Photographer of the Year at the IPA / Lucie Awards in New York.

George is currently working on a personal project entitled ‘Translocation’ inspired by his love of Africa and its wildlife. The vivid imagination that conjured up a host of African stories as a boy has continued, manifesting itself in this latest series of exotic wildlife nestled into very British landscapes. This work will shortly culminate in a published book and exhibition.