Posted on December 22, 2016
Delighted and honoured to win the Portfolio award for ‘Natural World’ in the Travel Photographer of the Year last week.
The portfolio of four pictures is taken from my ongoing personal project ‘The Lake’ – you can see a wider selection from the project on the website: craigeaston.com > travel and landscape series > The Lake.
What the judges said: “Craig’s images caught the eye of the judges in the earlier online rounds of the judging but it was only when they saw the sumptuous tones and detail in the prints that their true beauty and quality was fully appreciated.”
The prints will be exhibited as part of the TPOTY exhibitions to be held in 2017:
Hull, City of Culture, 18th May – 30th June
Greenwich, London, 4th August – 3rd September
Posted on June 27, 2016
Amidst all the turmoil surrounding the EU referendum here in the UK last week, I was fortunate to spend a few days up in Scotland continuing my series of large format landscapes.
This time The Upper Tay Valley in and around Crianlarich….
With 04.30 sunrise and sunset at 22.30, they were long days. Thanks to the good folk at the Crianlarich Hotel who looked after me with my odd time keeping!
A pint of the Colonsay Brewery IPA was a welcome treat at the end of the day…
Posted on January 22, 2016
Back from a fascinating trip to Myanmar in December. Amazing country, lovely people and a privilege to have the opportunity to work there. A longer blog post will follow with the commissioned pictures once they have been used by the client, but here’s a little taster…
Posted on August 21, 2015
Finally got round to updating some work on the website:
Tourism campaigns and image library work for Mid Wales/Powys and Waterways Ireland – both can be found under the ‘Assigned’ section: www.craigeaston.com
Here’s just three pictures from each…..
Posted on February 28, 2015
It’s been a busy few months at the end of 2014, beginning of 2015. First up a lovely car shoot for Mazda in Canada. Essentially designed as a ‘road-trip’ shoot with a Mazda 3 Sport. The location was Fogo Island off the Newfoundland coast, traditionally a close knit fishing community that was suffering after the long and ongoing moratorium on the Northern Cod Fishery on the Grand Banks in the north Atlantic. The community had been struggling for years with the impact of the collapse of the fishing and recently native Fogo Islander Zita Cobb who had left and made her fortune on the mainland returned with an extraordinary project to breath life back into the island: The Fogo Island Inn is a spectacular modernist luxury hotel and the symbol of Fogo’s reinvention of itself as a hub of cutting edge art and design.
All in all a fascinating story and fabulous backdrop for a car shoot.
Here’s some pictures…..
Posted on November 27, 2014
Posted on November 23, 2014