Alex Treacher, London-born and now based in Somerset, is a freelance professional photographer working in a wide variety of photographic areas and conditions, with a main concentration on live-music photography and fine art/nude/erotica/fetish images. Within his work, he approaches the subject from a confident and thoughtful perspective in order to capture the atmosphere and essence of the moment, making his photographs so desirable.
His work has been featured in books, on albums, calendars, magazines covers and has accompanied many an article for UK and overseas publications, some of which are listed below. It can also be found in publicity material for the music, nightclub and motorsports industries as well as appearing on numerous websites worldwide, as well as being used as reference material by the sculptors of Madame Tussaud's. His work has been exhibited in London and Paris, and can be viewed in galleries including Covent Garden and St Albans, where a selection of work is available for sale as open and limited edition prints. Recent interviews with him have appeared in Forum and Kaliedoscope magazine, and his work has been used in studies (and has been critically compared to that of the late Bob Carlos Clarke).
In addition to producing commissioned work from this diverse repertoire he is currently working on a number of new projects for exhibition and publication. Private viewings can be arranged by appointment - please contact for arrangement.
Some of the newspapers and magazines that have featured Alex's work:
The Independent, the Observer, Alternative London, Grade A, Femme, Penthouse, Forum, Marquis, Skin Two LateXtra, Now, Zoo, Closer, Bizarre, Rock Sound.
Alex Treacher is a member of the Guild of Erotic Artists and the Bureau of Freelance Photographers.
Feedback or questions are always welcomed, so feel free to send an e-mail.
Photo by Keziah Herbert.
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