Born in Croydon, South East of London, Kristian Taylor-Wood began his photography career at UK-based magazine Dazed & Confused. During this time, he worked alongside pioneering photographers such as Rankin, Phil Poynter and Deirdre O'Callaghan.
Taylor-Wood has captured the attention of clients and galleries around the world and has worked for high profile clients as 3Mobile, Foxtel, GQ and Vogue.
McCann WorldGroup's Stare Gallery invited Taylor-Wood to be one of the first artists to exhibit in its space. His show was an exploration into the idea of 'Invention'. The Australian Centre for Photography also invited Taylor-Wood to hang his photos in its annual group show. It was his image of a young woman staring at her drunk and unconscious mother (Love you More, Film still) that won him the coveted Best in Show Award.
When working with clients Taylor-Wood is a conduit for their ideas and it is the unforgettable nature of his photography that sets him apart. Indeed he explains it best when he says: "I don't want people to just pass my pictures by. I want them to stop and think about what's going on and then make up their own story."
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