Scots born David Eustace worked on minesweepers and in the notorious Barlinnie Prison as a prison officer before discovering photography. He began his photographic career as a mature student at Edinburgh Napier University and within weeks of graduating, found himself working for GQ, Tatler, Vogue, The Sunday Times and Sunday Telegraph magazines amongst many others.
Between 2001 and 2016 he was based in New York and undertook commissions for multiple global brands and fronted international campaigns for Panasonic Lumix. His work has seen him document the landscapes of the USA, South America, the Middle East, Asia and his homeland of Scotland.
Eustace’s images have been exhibited internationally and are held in private and public collections worldwide. In 2016 he returned to Edinburgh to fulfil his role as Chancellor of Edinburgh Napier University. He continued to exhibit in the UK and abroad and to create photographic portfolios. He has also been exploring more and more the medium of sculpture.
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David EustaceWitness to an Unseen Event, 2022rock, brass plate, acrylic, sapele base32.5 x 25.5 x 26 cm
David EustaceVolume 1 Image No3, 2020-2022signed and numbered in pencil to margin; from the portfolio 'Memento Mori'digital print on Japanese archival paperlimited edition of 38 + 2 APs18 x 21 cm (sheet: 41 x 51 cm)
David EustaceVolume 2 Image No17, 2020-2022signed and numbered in pencil to margin; from the portfolio 'Memento Mori'digital print on Japanese archival paperlimited edition of 38 + 2 APs18 x 21 cm (sheet: 41 x 51 cm)