British photographer Nick Veasey is best known for his artworks created from x-ray imaging, featuring characters from popular culture including James Bond and Batman, as well depicting designer handbags and their contents, and various vehicles. Using the same technique as security x-ray devices, his work explores the politics of visibility and transparency, pushing the boundaries of traditional photography as a medium. He is famous for manipulating photographs with Photoshop and often collaborates with digital artists to edit their work. Veasey’s works have appeared in notable publications such as Wired and the Huffington post. He lectures regularly, has published two books, as well as appearing in a TED talk.
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I’ve been working with Igma Imaging for a few years now and have given them a fair few challenges. Their attitude is exemplary, they never say no, and as my work is for the fine art market the required quality standards are exacting. Igma have never let me down, I really enjoy working with them – it is a true collaboration. The people that work there have the skills and experience to make me look good.
Working with Nick has been a pleasure throughout our working relationship. The creative spark ignited when discussing future projects really is something special. It drives us to always want to be better, and always want to impress. Our creative instincts spark when thrashing out new ideas, and new processes for production.
Their attitude is exemplary, they never say no and as my work is for the fine art market the required quality standards are exacting.
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