Charlie Clift has dangled CEOs upside down, got shouted at by political leaders, waded up to his chest in floodwaters, smeared paint on art dealers’ faces and poured pints for dogs. All of it has resulted in some great photographs. His drive is to tell personal stories in an intimate and unique way. He regularly works with a number of editorial and commercial clients including The Sunday Times Magazine, The BBC, BAFTA, The Premier League, The British Council and others. He is also a supporter of many charitable causes and has worked on campaigns for Action for Children and Help for Heroes to name just a few. His work has been published on many
To keep things fresh and exciting Charlie cannot stop shooting personal work. From attempting to show what it feels like to talk with passionate people to a collective portrait of British emigrants, these projects help Charlie experiment with different ways of making images and telling stories. His work has been exhibited in the UK and published widely - you may have seen it on the BBC News Website, It’s Nice That, and Creative Review.