This is the first ever retrospective of David Eustace, one of the world's leading photographers. This eclectic mix of portraiture, landscape, and social observation has been hotly anticipated by the media and public for years. The title of this book is the first line of the agency's letter to David Eustace's parents, informing them that a baby boy had been born and was available for adoption. It represents the beginning of his journey.
Brought up in working class Glasgow, he worked in a variety of jobs including as a prison officer in Glasgow's notorious prison, HM Barlinnie. It wasn't until his late twenties that he discovered photography, and within a year of graduating, was working weekly for GQ, ES, Tatler, Vogue, Sunday Times magazine and Sunday Telegraph magazine. Living between New York and Glasgow, he is internationally recognised as a 'photographer's photographer' whose simple and no-nonsense pictures seem reflective of his life's experiences.
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