John Burbidge was born in Golders Green, North London, 1989. He studied Art and Design, Photography and Media Studies, before completing a BA (Hons) in Photography for Fashion and Advertising and a (Level 7) Post Graduate Certificate in Education.
During university John's work caught the attention of multiple renowned photographers. Winning a photography competition for “ most creative photo” to assist on a series of photoshoots for Nick Knight's Fashion Revolution 2009 exhibition at Somerset House.
Assisting Photographer to Jason Evans from 2009-2011 a renowned photographer named as one of the 100 most important people in British Fashion by SHOWstudio.com for a 2 year period in London. During this time John also received a £1000 grant to work with noted Photographer Nicolas Prior (New York). Gaining valuable experience, while assisting on projects for luxury brands such as, Stella McCartney, Armani, and publications such as, I-D Magazine, Vanity Fair and British Journal of Photography.
After Graduating John went on to gain independent recognition by winning photography awards, competitions, completing internships and carrying out professional photography work with many blue chip companies including Bauer Media and MTV and has went on to be commissioned and published internationally.
In 2016 John began working with 1883 Magazine and was offered the opportunity to be a photographer for the Magazine. John was also hired as a marketing consultant for SONY’s 4D Focus technology, and is currently a freelance marketing consultant for Text Appeal LTD.
John is registered with Canon as a “Platinum Level” Canon professional and is Adobe certified in Photoshop.
MTV: BRAND NEW for 2013| Photographer Category | 2012
UWN: EXTRA CURRICULAR PROJECT £1000 | 2011
NICK KNIGHT FASHION REVOLUTION | 1st Place Winner | 2009
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