bio Nationally recognized commercial advertising photographer, David Bishop has spent most of his career in NY and is proud to announce that Nashville is now home to his new studio. He is located in The Gulch, one of Nashvilles hottest and most historic neighborhoods. It is surrounded by landmark deco architecture, galleries, music venues, converted warehouses, trendsetting restaurants, nightlife, chic hotels, fashion boutiques and plenty of entertainment. David brings to Nashville the skills and experience from a career working with A-List clients to create images for advertising, packaging, cookbooks, restaurants, promotion, web, direct mail, magazines and blogs. David Bishop’s dimensional lighting is strongly influenced by both baroque and contemporary art. His studies of 17th century Dutch still life and food have resulted in a unique contemporary lighting style. David’s style displays a complex play of color, texture, and depth, drawing the viewer in to explore the imagery. “The lighting directs the viewer’s eyes to the beginning of the story, such as a momentary wash of sunlight that may stream through the window and through a drinking glass onto the front of the sandwich for a magical fleeting moment that we all seek, but rarely witness. Continuing to travel through the image, the viewer unconsciously seeks hunger cues and only when satisfied, will rest on the secondary target elements. By that point, the viewer is hooked and the sale is complete.” David’s imagery and lighting is unique in that it requires minimal post-production work. Partial Client List: Bertolli, College-Inn, Combos, Del Monte, Dove, Dunkin Brands, Diageo, Eggo, Gardenburger, Healthy Choice, Home Market Foods, Hormel, I Can’t Believe it’s Not Butter, JM Smucker, Kellogg, Kibbles, Kiehl, Knorr, Kraft Foods, Libby’s, Meow-Mix, Miracle Grow, Miller Lite, Nabisco, Nasoya, Nestle (Stouffers, Lean Cuisine), Nutrisystem, P&G, Praegers, Reynolds, Splenda, Starkist, Thomas’ English Muffins, Tropicana, Unilever, VitaSoy, Weis Markets Much of the floral work seen online is now available as large dye sublimation metal prints. If you are not familiar with dye sublimation prints, they are a wonderful, new technology in which the photographic images are directly transferred, as a gas, into the aluminum. David’s work is the perfect use of this remarkable process resulting in stunning photography with vibrant color and David’s signature dimensional quality. For assignment: Glasshouse Assignment: (212) 462-4538 firstname.lastname@example.org or contact David directly at: (212) 929-4355 email@example.com . For more information on purchasing prints, contact ClampArt Gallery: (646) 230-0020 firstname.lastname@example.org .