Iain Dickens - Seventy7

I have been a photographer for over 20 years and in the last 7 years have been working more and more in moving image as the industry has moved in that direction.

I started my career in London, assisting fashion photographers working with some great names along the way such as Helmut Newton, Rankin and Patrick Demarchelier on shoots from Moscow to Arizona to Kensington Palace where I assisted on a shoot with Princess Diana. 

I set up my own studio in the late 90’s mainly shooting advertising and design agency work. I also worked in collaboration with The Observer creating a magazine for the opening of the Tate Modern which led on to me being a regular monthly contributor to The Observer Food Magazine for a couple of years where I shot many covers and features.

In 2009 I joined Hungry Tiger as a Senior Photographer and was instrumental in developing the photographic output for clients such as Jimmy Choo, Belstaff and Tom Ford. During this time I initiated and developed the company’s video offer in to what it is today.

When Hungry Tiger was bought by Photolink I became Head of Photography and now lead a team of 15 photographers producing imagery for a wide range of well known brands.