In this interview I talk with Edmund Fraser about his photographic philosophy and his take on what it means to be a great photographer. We speak about creating your own voice and the challenge of creating original work in a saturated market. We also touch on Ed's educational history and how that effected his outlook. Lastly we speak about the effects of technology and the necessity to reflect on our work and adjust our trajectory according to market conditions.
Edmund Fraser is one of the UK's best emerging talents in experimental photography. Operating out of his studio in North London, Edmund has carved out his own niche in a highly competitive industry with his eye catching stills that capture the energy and personification of his subjects. Ed is constantly innovating on his techniques and does extensive experimentation with 3D and interactive media which he showcases in exhibitions across London.