Let the image work for you!
Guzel Photography offers an expert service for London's art and design community, specialising in museum quality artwork photography, installation views, art events and creative portraits for online and high quality print use. We provide a tailored service to artists, galleries, auction houses and public museums, guaranteeing colour accuracy and a fast turnover.
With a decade’s experience as photographer, Deniz Guzel combines his expertise in both studio and on location shoots to bring his studio to you. His background as an art historian shapes his uncomplicated, well balanced, correctly lit style in creating archival and socially engaging imagery.
Guzel Photography also works with a subscription method for clients who need professional photography services regularly. Allowing our clients to book and secure slots throughout the year, our aim is to form long lasting collaborations and provide high quality images at our clients’ convenience and budget.
For any enquiries about the subscription service and packages, please contact us here.
Services offered include:
artwork photography; on display, in storage or at clients house
event photography with optional Instagram takeover
individual and team portraits
archival documentation of an artist's process or artwork development
performance art recording
fair booth general view (with optional pictures of individual artworks)
All images delivered within 2 days in agreed file size and format including unlimited use-license.
Deniz Guzel is a photographer and art historian. Before moving to London and founding Guzel Photography Services, he worked for Golge Studio, PPR and as a freelance photographer working for Vogue TR , Condé Naste Traveler as well as local businesses. He was also Curator of Photography for K2 Contemporary Art Centre, curating shows such as 'I am Georgia', 'We all Like the Beginnings of Things #2'' and 'In Hate We Trust'. Deniz holds a BA in Photography from prestigious D.E.University and an MA (with distinction) in History and Theory of Photography from Sotheby's Institute of Art, London. His work regularly features in magazines and blogs in the UK and internationally.