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Professional Photographer covering Oxford & London

Photography has always been my passion, and I've made it a big part of my life. I grew up in London, where you find imagery everywhere, from street art to exhibitions. So, naturally, I got drawn into this visual world.

My journey in photography started when I got my first job as a school portrait photographer back in 2006. This job sparked my deep passion for photography and set me on my career path. Over the years, I transitioned into commercial photography. Nowadays, I create eye-catching images for ads, magazines, websites, and various events. My work has taken me to many different places and allowed me to explore and capture different cultures.

In 2011, I moved to Dubai, which was a significant step in my career. It gave me opportunities to travel and work across different countries like the UAE, KSA, Bahrain, Oman, and Singapore. One of the most amazing moments in my career was when I was part of a team covering Pope Francis's historic visit to Abu Dhabi. Throughout my career, I've been fortunate to work with some top-notch clients like Porsche, Ford, Zara, Canon, Walkers, Empire Magazine, and Forever Living. These collaborations have added depth to my photography journey, pushing me to explore various creative challenges.

I have since moved back to the UK to be closer to family after having 2 children, I am currently based in Oxford covering London, the home counties and the occasional trip back to the Middle East.

Photography isn't just a job for me; it's a big part of who I am. I'm excited to keep going on this journey, capturing the beauty and stories of the world through my camera lens.  If you like to see some of my recent personal and professional projects feel free to check out my 'projects' page.  If you're looking for a passionate photographer for your next project, I'd love to work with you and create some stunning visuals together.

Anthony Sajdler, a professional photographer, stands in front of a military plane at an airfield while wearing a camera strap holding two DSLR cameras
Anthony Sajdler
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