Graham Atkins-Hughes originally from Dublin started his career in photography over 20 years ago. Having studied in his hometown, he cut his teeth professionally at a studio in the city. Working with visiting photographers made him realise he would quickly outgrow the local market, and it wasn't long before Graham decided to move to London.
During his first years in London he assisted such luminaries as Annie Leibovitz, Bruce Webber & London based photographers Corrnie Day, Regan Cameron & Perry Ogden.
When Graham stopped assisting commissions came quickly. In the first month he shot for "Wallpaper" magazine's launch issue, the "Financial Times" lifestyle magazine 'How to Spend It" & Marie Claire UK and the rest is history as they say. Graham has been fortunate to work for some of the top publications and clients over the years. He operates from his UK base in Dalston, London, shooting for both local and international clients. Great collaborations, problem-solving & exceeding client expectations has always been part of Graham's working practice, & and it is against these yardsticks that he personally measures his success as a photographer.
Graham is expanding his imaging skills into moving image. He's currently embarking on some personal projects, combining both still and film imagery, exploring the spaces in which we live & our interaction with them, how the atmosphere of spaces and light informed our mood and feelings.