About David Brazier

About David Brazier

After studying photography and photojournalism, David Brazier has established a fully-equipped studio in Harare with a wide ranging repertoire catering to the needs of commercial, development and arts clients in the Southern African region and beyond. With over 30 years experience, Brazier embraces projects from aerial and location work to studio assignments.


Brazier has worked for a variety of noteworthy local and international commercial clients including INNSCOR (Africa), Costain (Africa), Ove Arup, Delta Gold, Minerva, UNILEVER, Rio Zimbabwe and Rio Tinto. In his development work, some large assignments have included project coverage for UNICEF, UNESCO, Mercy Corps, The Danish Trade Union Council, International Water Management Institute, Fairtrade, MS Zimbabwe and John Snow International.


Brazier has had his work reproduced in several international publications including The Mail and Guardian, Ogojiii Magazine, Revue Noir, Time Magazine (Africa), National Geographic (Africa), The Australian Architectural Review, The Architectural Review (UK), The International Ove Arup Journal and The New York Times.


Brazier has documented the work of sculptors, painters, musicians, dancers and actors, including covering the Harare International Festival of the Arts from 2005-2014. He has exhibited his own creative work in local and international exhibitions in the United Kingdom, France, Mali, Mozambique, Cuba, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, South Africa and Spain. He has participated as artists in residence in Joucas, France (2005) and Algiers, Algeria (2009). In December 2012 he exhibited in the Claiming Landscapes online exhibition (http://www.warscapes.com/retrospectives/zimbabwe/claiming-landscapes).

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