David Thompson sees his motifs with a film director’s eye, and that is precisely what makes him such an exciting photographer. He stages cool fashion stories with a complex, condensed atmosphere and presents both fashion and bodies in an almost sculptural way, without however making them seem artificial. Through this approach, even apparently serene motifs achieve a mysterious, sensual quality.

David Thompson grew up with a camera in his hand as his father was a keen amateur photographer, and many childhood days and nights were spent experimenting in the family garage darkroom.

Since graduating from art school, Thompson has worked as a professional photographer, and worked for many clients and his work was also featured across various publications including international editions of Vogue and The New York Times Magazine.

Swarovski, L’Oreal, Wella, Marks & Spencer, Harvey Nichols, Hirsh, Lara Bohinc, Smooth Skin, Boots The Chemist, Adidas, EMI, Modern Love, Hettabretz, Beach Couture, Habitat, The Royal Family Of Jordan, etc.

National Portrait Gallery Portrait Award, Association of Photographers Awards (AOP)
Polaroid European Final Art Awards, Campaign Press Awards, Festival International de la Photograhie de Mode

The NonConformist
Black lines
Touch of africa
All white now
Portraits women
Neon lights
Hello Sir
Soft touch
Both ways
New kids on the block
Red army
Portraits men
Naked ambition for NylonMag
High contrasts
Flying high
Sense of time
Strike a pose
Mother Lover Rocker
It´s all about hair