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    +44 20 7370 0712

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    info@traylerandtrayler.com

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    SHED Studios, Workspace 1

    8 Lee St, E8 4DY

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    Hugh Kretschmer

    "My photographs have been described as fanciful, curious, imaginative, unusual, and a little creepy. They are influenced by myriad dreams and desires of what life could be, if only... They are commentaries on the human condition influenced by a perspective that honours and embraces the assets, and deficits, we all share as human beings, seasoned with a bit of quirk and irony."

    Hugh Kretschmer is a Los Angeles native who grew up in a family of artists discovering photography at 13 under the guidance of his father, who was a photo-instrumentation engineer for Mcdonnell Douglas during the Mercury through Apollo Missions. Recognised repeatedly throughout his 22 year career for his work enduring (and endearing) use of metaphor and hard crafted, trick-the-eye elements. Kretschmer has achieved singular success as an editorial and advertising photographer who creates imagery that applies to both art and commerce. He is Represented by Renee Rhyner & Co in North America, and Trayler and Trayler in Europe for his commercial work, and by Fathom Gallery, Los Angeles, and Fotografenwerk in Dusseldorf/Germany for fine art.

    hughkretschmer.net

    SELECTED CLIENTS

    - Honda

    - Marmite

    - Yamaha

    - Time Magazine

    - Lexus

    - Fortune Magazine

    - Evian

    - Huggies

    - Mastercard

    - Old Spice

    - Oprah

    - Penn & Teller

    - Sunlight

    - Sony Xperia

    - Washington Post

    - Atlantic Magazine