Biography / Artist statement
Prithi Brinkley is a South London based photographer who specialises in creating extraordinary images that tell their own powerful story. She is passionate about travel and her stints across the world have taken me to many places- from seeing earthquakes in Japan to witnessing a pod of killer whales in Antarctica. This, and her six years of photography experience, have allowed her to build a reputation for her fine art portrait images of the natural world. With a catalogue of high end prints captured from remote places far from the trodden tourist path, her work takes art lovers on an unforgettable journey: from an abandoned ship wreck in a remote Falklands Island to a Scottish Highland in the depth of the New Forest. Her photos have received both local and international acclaim. She is currently represented by Perdomo Gallery in the US, with three group exhibitions under her belt in both London and Athens. As well as exhibits, her photography has been featured across different forms in the Media; including a piece on empowering women to feel safe in London, her work has also been featured in The Daily Express, Timout, The Londonist and Southwest Londoner media channels.