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About Me

David was born in Australia and studied photography at James Cook University in Townsville, Queensland, graduating in 1991, on the cusp of the digital photography era. With the world’s first fully digital camera released in 1989 and Adobe Photoshop 1.0 announced in 1990, it was an exciting time to become a professional photographer.

David spent his formative years immersed in analogue photography, shooting on film and polaroids, and working in the dark room with negatives and transparencies. After completing his studies, he worked for 2 years as a full-time photographic assistant for a portrait studio before going on to work as a freelance assistant to various commercial photographers in order to broaden his experience, whilst developing his own portfolio.

David emigrated to the UK in 1996, eventually settling down to establish himself as a photographer in Oxford and for a short time worked in a variety of roles including picture framing, selling cameras and teaching photography. He began finding enough work to become a full-time photographer in 2000, opening his first studio in Oxford soon after.

In 2002 the Fisher Studios brand was formed and has continued to grow ever since, moving to its current location in Marston Street in 2015. The new studio is a bright, fully air-conditioned space and has a separate ‘green room’ for hair, makeup and changing. It also has dedicated parking and is conveniently located for central Oxford.