Ian Bradshaw is a world class international photographer based in
Pennsylvania, New York and London.
Born in Salisbury, England in 1943 he is an American citizen with
a long and distinguished career as a photographer and photo editor.
His most famous photograph was taken in 1974 at an England v
France rugby match at Twickenham, England.
Ian moved to America in 1999 and became the leading American
education photographer winning a total of eleven advertising awards
in this specialist field. He is a former winner of the World Press Photo
Award and his streaker picture was voted Life magazine photo of the
year and People magazine’s Photo of the Decade.
He is the author of The Thinking Photographer, Pro Techniques of
Creative Photography, Retrospective, and Gundogs and the Queen.