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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 muti-faceted talent, equally at home on location or in the studio, working with people, animals, locations or still life. His work is always imaginative, often poignant and not without a healthy dose of humour.

George’s photography receives critical acclaim both in the UK and Internationally. He was awarded the prestigious Gold at the Association of Photographers Awards twice. His work regularly features in the IPA/ Lucie Awards, PDN New York, Creative Review, D&AD, Cannes Lions and Creative Circle. He was listed as one of Campaign Magazine’s Top Ten Photographers, and his work is regularly exhibited at many of London’s galleries.

George is passionate about wildlife conservation and a long-time supporter of The Born Free Foundation, regularly shooting their campaigns. He has traveled extensively around Africa photographing wildlife and documenting big cat rescues.

George’s first book ‘Translocation’ is published and available at translocationbook.com.

George Logan

Contact

George Logan

30 Waterside, 44-48 Wharf Road, London, N1 7UX

 

Phone +44 (0)207 490 5813

Email [email protected]

 

Twitter @georgelogan

Instagram #georgeloganphoto

Represented in the UK by: Horton-Stephens

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Represented in the USA by: Tim Mitchell Artist Representative Inc

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Awards

2017 IPA Awards: Red Road, Land Rover In The Field & Born To Be Free Honorable Mention

2016 Association of Photographers Awards: Red Road, Born To Be Free & Iceland Finalist

2016 PDN New York Photo Annual: IKEA Winner

2016 IPA Awards: One-Shot: Climate Change Honorable Mention

2015 IPA Awards: Press Advertisement Campaign: Falling Ladies Silver

2015 IPA International Photography Awards: Advertising, Conceptual: Born To Be Free Second

2015 125 Live Exhibition & 125 Annual: Born To Be Free Selected

2014 Association Of Photographers Awards: Disappearing Animals Best In Category

2014 Sony World Photography Awards: Whiskas Finalist

2014 Creative Circle: Whiskas Shorlisted

2013 Cannes Lions: Whiskas 3 Silver Lions

2013 PDN New York: Whiskas Winner

2013 Epica Awards: Whiskas Silver

2013 Association Of Photographers Awards: Whiskas Best In Category

2013 Adobe: Whiskas Breakthrough Photography Award

2011 D&AD: Homeless Animals In Book

2011 Creative Circle: Homeless Animals Silver

2010 Association Of Photographers Awards: Homeless Animals Gold

2010 Campaign Photo Awards: Red Road Winner

2010 Campaign Photo Awards: Homeless Animals Finalist

2010 Applied Arts: Translocation Winner

2010 Creative Review Annual: Homeless Animals Selected

2010 Campaign Magazine’s Top Ten Photographers Selected

2009 Photography Masters Cup: Advertising Winner: Quantas Honour of Distinction

2009 IPA/ Lucie Awards: Lamisil Honorable Mention

2008 Association Of Photographers Awards: Quantas Selected

2007 IPA/ Lucie Awards: O2 Advertising Photographer of the Year

2007 IPA/ Lucie Awards 1st in three categories, 2nd in two & third in one

2007 Creative Review Annual: Translocation & O2 Selected

2007 Photography Masters Cup Merit of Excellence

2006 Communication Arts: Nokia Winner

2006 Campaign Poster Awards: O2 Runner-Up

2005 Association Of Photographers Awards: Translocation Gold

2005 PDN New York: O2 Two Images Selected

2005 London Photographic Awards: Translocation Series Finalist, Single Image Finalist

2004 Archive ‘200 Best Photographers’ Selected

2004 Cannes Lions: Michelin- Kleber Selected

2003 PDN New York Winner

2002 London Photographic Awards One Silver, Three Merits

2002 Association Of Photographers Idea Awards Two Category Winners, Six Images Selected

2001 Association Of Photographers Awards Two Images Selected

2001 Association Of Photographers Idea Awards One Category Winner, Six Images Selected

2001 Association Of Photographers Open Awards Three Images Selected