George Todd was born in London an has been living since 1972 in Bavaria in a small village within sight of the Alps. He began to take closeup pictures of flowers, and specialized in detail, still life or human interest subjects using medium and large format cameras. Since 1978, he has enjoyed dozens of “one-man” exhibitions in Europe and in the USA, showing impressionistic landscapes as well as still life and abstract images. Todd also conducts workshops and seminars. In the mid-1990s he conducted two Fine Art Workshops for Swedish camera maker Hasselblad.
Here are some of my favorites made during rambling American journeys around the ‘Four Corners’ States...
This was the title of an article published in the Hasselblad house magazine Forum, an issue in praise of Black & White!
The images seen here are part of a collection of 75 images made on various black and white films exposed in medium format cameras (Hasselblad 500 CX or Plaubel Makina 67).
My collection catalogue includes all images printed and/or exhibited since 1978, which presently totals around 1150 pictures. There are 5 major Portfolios:
FOR VICTOR HASSELBLAD AB, Göteborg Sweden