Growing up on a Somerset farm has given London photographer Stuart Redler a singularly robust, honest and often humorous view on life.
His pictures, quietly observant, always in a warm black and white are sometimes quirky and playful, at other times empathetic and sensitive to cultures and the condition of man. At home with both the dynamic and the delicate, the urban and the pastoral, his subject matter offers a broad base, a curiosity for life that has resulted in a career of global travel but has also found the world come to his kitchen table in the natural wonder of a flower or seashell.
A naturally reserved type, his images and accomplishments speak for themselves. He is well regarded internationally and his pictures are held in numerous private and public collections including The National Portrait Gallery permanent collection in London. He has also been exhibited at the Victoria & Albert museum in London.
His work has appeared in many publications, including Condé Nast Traveller (UK, USA and China), House and Garden, The Times and The Daily Telegraph. He has six awards from The Association of Photographers, including a gold for his portfolio of architectural images, also awards from Graphis, PDN and Communication Arts.