As an award-winning photographer by the age of 19, David’s love of photography started with a trip to Andalucía where the rugged mountainous area and characters of southern Spain captivated him; he realised that although the memories of the holiday would fade the visions he captured need not.
He sees the magic of photography as the medium that lights up his soul. The privilege of creating images and sharing your vision with others is to nurture your own dreams. Drawing inspiration from those he photographs, he recognises that his subjects are the true talent.
His film work has been commissioned by both Universal Studios and Sony.
David has been invited to judge competitions and speaks publicly to share his experiences as a young photographer with others.
David’s work has been exhibited and published extensively including the National Portrait Gallery.
He is the current overall winner of the British Life Photographic competition.
Photographed in Greenwich Village, Manhattan in 2004, Yeo recounts "This amazing character confidently sits astride his...
As David Yeo recounts, it was "shot in Florida in 2004 at night, with the light from the sign itself. It was the...
Shot at night in Florida in 2004 in natural available and neon light, David Yeo recalls "this classic Diner intrigued...
Photographed during the night in Florida around 2004 in natural available and neon light, David Yeo recounts, "Mel's...
Shot in December 2006 in natural light, Yeo remarks that 'The Twins were photographed on the seafront in Folkestone...
Shot in Florida in 2004 with just the light from the car park lamp on the wall, this image reverberates orange and...
Shot in Florida in 2004 using natural light, David Yeo recounts "this shop was impossible to ignore with its bold red...
As David Yeo tells us, "not content with dressing the family house, the beloved family car has the same treatment. It's...
Two-toned Mushroom House flanked by palm trees juxtaposed against the classic Chevrolet. The curves of the house...
This was shot in a very remote spot in the Scottish highlights and this scene reminded me of that of a tranquil Indian...
The overall winning image of the British Life Photography Competition inspired by the democratisation of photography in...