David Vintiner has a very distinctive and modern style, which dwells in bluey, desaturated tones.
He is an incredibly personable man and as a result manages to entice even the shyest of subjects out of their shells.
There is an almost graphic nature to his work, with an appreciation of lines, structures and shapes, which developed during his studies at Blackpool & The Fylde College.
After this education, he moved to London, the Big Smoke, where his first commissions were for The Sunday Times, Blueprint Magazine and TBWA.
From here on, David’s distinctive style has secured him an ever-growing array of clients and has got him face-time with some of the most popular and esteemed celebrities!
As well as winning multiple awards he has also had his work exhibited across the country and included as part of The National Portrait Gallery’s permanent collection.
No matter how large or small the scale, David approaches each project with the same eye, whether it’s an aerial landscape or a close up portrait.
As a result, there is a strong aesthetic to his comprehensive body of work.