Jayme Asensio

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Azucar by Stephan van Kuyk

Joined Artfinder: Dec. 2020

Artworks for sale: 12

Germany

About Jayme Asensio

 
 
  • Biography
    Jaime Asensio (Valladolid, 1987) is a London-based Spanish photographer passionate about analogue photography. He moved to London back in 2011 after finishing his Master ́s Degree in Media Communications at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and his little adventure at the Spanish Independent Film Company Riot Cinema Collective.

    In the capital of the UK he worked for years at Technicolor C.S. one of the top post production film facilities in the world. There he fell in love with film photography thanks to film colourist Peter Doyle. His work has been influenced by the great Directors of Photography Vittorio Storaro, Roger Deakins and Christopher Doyle and their cinematic use of light and colour. The street photo- grapher Vivian Maier and the photo-journalist Steve McCurry are also some of his biggest references.

    His photographic work has been shown in places equal to the Millepiani Gallery in Rome thanks to Loose Culture and in London at the No Place Like Home exhibition.
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Biography

Jaime Asensio (Valladolid, 1987) is a London-based Spanish photographer passionate about analogue photography. He moved to London back in 2011 after finishing his Master ́s Degree in Media Communications at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and his little adventure at the Spanish Independent Film Company Riot Cinema Collective.

In the capital of the UK he worked for years at Technicolor C.S. one of the top post production film facilities in the world. There he fell in love with film photography thanks to film colourist Peter Doyle. His work has been influenced by the great Directors of Photography Vittorio Storaro, Roger Deakins and Christopher Doyle and their cinematic use of light and colour. The street photo- grapher Vivian Maier and the photo-journalist Steve McCurry are also some of his biggest references.

His photographic work has been shown in places equal to the Millepiani Gallery in Rome thanks to Loose Culture and in London at the No Place Like Home exhibition.
 
 
 
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