Mancunian born David Hindley honed his skills in London, gaining experience with legendary names in the photographic world such as Eve Arnold and Annie Leibovitz. He developed his craft as a photographer in the music industry, primarily stage work, which set the pace for his now studio-lit club pictures.
David Hindley has a passion for people. As an experienced and ultimately flexible photographer, David observes the character that drives the image and captures the whole in one crucial moment. And he doesn't run with the pack in the current trend of deconstructed fashion photography. "Why shoot the mundane? We live in it, it's a world ecology. I would rather provide a window to another world or perspective." This is the ethos behind David's distinct style.
An established character and extrovert artist in the British Alternative Scene, David could hardly resist focusing his attention on the vibrant friends and personalities around him. His lust for the genre as a whole established his view of the masculine and feminine personas on a level of equal footing.
His work with Skin Two and Torture Garden illustrate his ability to connect with the pervy party animal in its natural habitat. David's high level of technical ability, particularly in cross processing is now married with the advanced photo manipulation skills of Glaswegian designer Roderick Ramage.