David Vintiner

INDEPENDENT MAGAZINE
Ever thought about where your all year round strawberries come from?  The Independent sent me to a fruit research laboratory to find out…  I’ll have the full series on my website soon. View Larger

INDEPENDENT MAGAZINE

Ever thought about where your all year round strawberries come from?  The Independent sent me to a fruit research laboratory to find out…  I’ll have the full series on my website soon.


TEST CRASH

In amongst the fake blood and faint cries lies the wreckage of an imagined plane crash. Casualties carry instructions on how to act, ‘walking wounded’, ‘panic attack’ or ‘wait 10 minutes then have a heart attack’, all so the emergency services can practice their real response to this set-up disaster.

The largest exercise of its kind since the second world war, and spread throughout the grounds of an abandoned dockland warehouse, the emergency services knew nothing of this event until they arrived at the site on a routine call out.  These photographs document the calm ordered manner with which they went about their work whilst the casualties look on with uncomfortable boredom.

See the series in full on my website;

http://www.davidvintiner.com/projects/testcrash


RA MAGAZINE
I recently had the pleasure of photographing sculptor Phillip King for The Royal Academy of Art’s magazine.  Phillip also kindly supplied us with copious amounts of ginger tea laced with Taiwanese vodka to help the shoot along a bit! View Larger

RA MAGAZINE

I recently had the pleasure of photographing sculptor Phillip King for The Royal Academy of Art’s magazine.  Phillip also kindly supplied us with copious amounts of ginger tea laced with Taiwanese vodka to help the shoot along a bit!


NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY

Thrilled to have two more of my portraits acquired by the NPG for their permanent collection.  Michel Roux Jnr & Dame Linda Partridge.


PERSONAL WORK - VIGIL
11 years, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.  That is how long one of the groups photographed as part of my new project ‘Vigil’ have maintained their protest.  Hoping that one day, their voice will be heard.  The full series can be seen on my website. View Larger

PERSONAL WORK - VIGIL

11 years, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.  That is how long one of the groups photographed as part of my new project ‘Vigil’ have maintained their protest.  Hoping that one day, their voice will be heard.  The full series can be seen on my website.


ECONOMIA MAGAZINE
Possibly the most exhausted looking person I’ve ever photographed, jet lagged chef Jason Atherton in the kitchens of his London restaurant, Pollen Street Social. View Larger

ECONOMIA MAGAZINE

Possibly the most exhausted looking person I’ve ever photographed, jet lagged chef Jason Atherton in the kitchens of his London restaurant, Pollen Street Social.