Gavin Gough is a freelance travel photographer who works on assignment and commission, creating stock images, writing and teaching.
Gavin works primarily as an assignment-based freelance photographer. He has been commissioned by a variety of NGOs, humanitarian and charitable institutions and has completed commissions for organisations as varied as Lonely Planet, Vanity Fair and the Vietnamese Tourist Board.
Gavin produces stock photographs for Getty and Lonely Planet images. His vibrant stock collection includes images from more than forty countries which have been reproduced in hundreds of newspapers, magazines and books and are regularly featured in publications such as National Geographic, Geo, Vogue, The New York Times, The Guardian, and many more. His stock images have appeared on everything from postage stamps to magazine covers and billboards.
Gavin contributes articles to photographic and trade publications, relating his travel experiences and offering technical and career advice to photographers around the world.
Gavin is personally responsible for consuming a large percentage of the world’s annual tea production and carries a flask of hot water and a sachet of Lapsang Souchong tea with him at all times. Probably.
See more of Gavin’s work on his web site at www.gavingough.com