Biography

David Fleet Biography

 

Originally from Kent in south east England, David spent much of his childhood in the Midlands.

David studied Law at University in Sheffield from 2003 – 2006 and then travelled the World for a year, visiting South Africa, Argentina, Peru, USA, Canada, Tahiti, New Zealand, Australia and The Philippines. Inspired by photographing his travels and wanting to capture better images David entered an intense period of self-study which continues to this day.

 

           2010

  • Moved to the Isle of Harris in the Outer Hebrides and started to create a collection of images of the islands.

            2011

  • First gallery exhibition on the islands and became one of the best-selling artists.

            2012

  • Work published in many national magazines including Outdoor Photography, Practical Photography, Digital SLR Photography and Digital Photographer.
  • Images used by national framing company in the Outdoors show at the NEC.
  • Solo exhibition at the Morvern Gallery.
  • Exhibited work at the Finsbay gallery and An Lanntair public gallery.

         2013

 

  • Permanent exhibitions at Finsbay, Morvern and An Lanntair galleries.
  • Moved to the Cotswolds.
  • Images on the front cover of both the September and October issues of Cotswold Life magazine.
  • Creating a collection of images through Autumn, Winter and Spring to exhibit in 2014.
  • Opened Gallery in Cirencester to exhibit artwork

From 2014 David will be travelling the World with his partner Claire and working on a variety of artistic projects which you can keep up with on the blog pages.

To find out more about David’s inspiration and vision see his artist statement

 

 

2 Responses to “Biography”

  1. Becky Robinson says:

    I just wanted to say how awe inspiring your photos are. I love how you capture the dual personality of the Outer Hebrides in your pictures, mixing both the beauty and the dramatic harshness of the landscape.

    • David Fleet says:

      Thank you for your comments Becky. I really appreciate them. The Outer Hebrides really do have several personalities, a lot of which can only be experienced in the winter.
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