Philip Sayer, a founding member of Blueprint magazine, has been a freelance photographer since 1969. He transfers his remarkable vision across a broad range of photographic media, including photojournalism, portraiture, interiors and architectural photography. He learnt much of his craft as apprentice to eminent photographer Maurice Broomfield. Sayer has worked extensively for various major UK and international clients, including leading art galleries and museums such as the National Gallery, the Crafts Council, The Royal Academy of Arts and the Victoria & Albert Museum; and publications including Domus, Crafts, and The World of Interiors. Sayer has a long-standing relationship with Marsden Woo Gallery and apart from exhibiting here himself, is also largely responsible for the impressive and unique catalogue of images that we hold.
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