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Originally from New Zealand, Todd Antony is a London-based advertising and fine art photographer, having moved there 13 years ago. He has been working as a photographer for 16 years and is represented in the UK, U.S. France and Australia. His work has featured in numerous awards, including the AOP Awards, Communication Arts Photo Annual, Creative Review Photo Awards, American Photography Awards, and has been included multiple times in Luerzer’s Archive ‘200 Best Advertising Photographers Worldwide’. His work has been exhibited in London, the USA and France, and his commercial clients include amongst others, Samsung, Sony, Shell, Audi and the BBC.
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showcase magazine May 2019 london issue 753
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Born in New Zealand, based in London, and shooting worldwide, Todd Antony is a multi-award winning photographer whose diverse skill set leads to some equally diverse commissions and personal projects.
The last few months have seen him in Lapland shooting a new personal project on reindeer racing in the depths of winter, as well as a technical and conceptual advertising campaign for British Telecom involving a giant set-build of a kitchen in the middle of a London road, combing stills and motion in the one shoot.
Recent clients include BT, Guinness, Honda, HSBC, Huawei, Audi, Nokia and Suzuki. And he has been recognised as one of Lürzer's Archive's '200 Best Ad Photographers Worldwide’.
Todd is represented by Wyatt-Clarke & Jones (UK), Judi Shin - i2i Photography (US), Partition (France) and Katapult (Australia).
spotlight magazine Nov 2018 awards winners 2018
Title: Dekotora - Junichi Tajima
"For more than 40 years, Japanese truck drivers have been piling on lights, patterned fabrics, and other over-the-top adornments to their work trucks, creating moving masterpieces covered in LEDs. This tradition of decorated trucks or “Dekotora” originated from a 1970s Japanese movie series inspired by Smokey and the Bandit titled Torakku Yaro or “Truck Rascals.” In its heyday there were many thousands of dekotora drivers. Junichi Tajima, the subject of the image, runs a waste disposal company in Japan, but he is not a regular truck driver. He is one of an estimated 600 remaining dekotora drivers in Japan, owns three extravagantly decorated vehicles and is the head of the ‘Utamaro-Kai’, the national association of dekotora truck drivers.
When I asked him what "Dekotora" means to him, he said: ‘After 40 years, "Dekotora" is my children, my brothers, my family’."