I like to think of myself as a graphic designer with a camera. Clive Booth started his career as a graphic designer when, after 20 years, celebrated photographer Nick Knight called on him to shoot backstage at London Fashion Week for his online fashion magazine Showstudio. It was here that he developed his distinctive style of selective focus with natural, available, continuous, found light. A style which gives his work an atmospheric, ethereal quality. Working both as a stills photographer and as a filmmaker his unique style, along with constant experimentation with new technologies and techniques, has attracted numerous international clients, including fashion brands such as House of Holland, Hackett London, H&M, Silhouette and beauty products such as House of Amouage, Shu Uemura, MAC Cosmetics and L'Oreal. He also works for such corporate giants as Asus,Intel, Fiat, Ernst and Young, Aston Martin and Louis Vuitton Mo't and Hennessy. His current personal project includes a long-term study capturing the day-to-day life of the people and landscape of the Hebridean island of Islay. This includes working closely with the Royal National Lifeboat Institution and HM Coastguard. Clive regards this work as some of the most rewarding of his career. Clive runs visual storytelling workshops for Canon Young People Programme, Ideas Foundation, Robert F Kennedy Human Rights and Ian Parry Scholarship.