Neil Bailey es un fotógrafo inglés que se marchó a trabajar a Australia. Su campo principal es la publicidad, siempre con un sentido del humor excelente.
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Born in the UK, Neil Bailey's graphic, colourful and often humorous style has been used by many well-known clients since he moved to Australia.
Neil brings uniqueness to his photography, not only in his technical approach but in the ideas too. Helping to develop concepts and push boundaries with his co-creators.
Working with the finest producers in Australia, New Zealand and Asia, Neil relishes the challenge of each new job.
He has worked alongside the most creative art directors in the advertising industry, winning awards along the way. Most recently a Gold Lion at Cannes 2012 for Carlton Beer.
Recent projects include; Elvis Festival, Jockeys and Coney Island.
- New York Festival - Silver World Medal (2013) Spikes Asia - Gold Award (2012)
- Gold Lion - Carlton Beer (Cannes 2012)
- Silver. Best series - Adfest (Asia 2012)
- 2 Silver & 1 Bronze. Single image - Adfest (Asia 2012)
- Best Campaign, Foxtel - Caxton Awards (AUS & NZ 2010)
- Portfolio -Young Guns (Australia 2003)
- Lapland - AOP Awards (United Kingdom 2000)
- Tibetan Refugees - AOP Awards (United Kingdom 1999)
- Sydney Life - Hyde Park (Sydney 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009)
- Photo Fictions - Byron McMahon Gallery (Sydney 2008)
- Foto Biennale - Daylesford (Victoria 2007)
- ACMP Projections Exhibition - Federation Square (Melbourne 2007)
- Auschwitz and Birkenau - Prints acquired by the Jewish Museum (Sydney 2005)
- Lapland - Grand Banks (London 2002)
- Sporting Images - Association of Photographers Gallery (London 2001)
- Y2K - The Photographers Gallery (London 2001)
- The Awards Exhibition - Sadler's Wells Theatre (London 2000)
- The Awards Exhibition - Barbican Centre (London 1999)
- Tibetan Refugees - Association of Photographers Gallery (London 1999)
- Polemic - The Imagination Gallery (London 1993)
- New Photographers - Association of Photographers Gallery (London 1993)