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The Douglas Brothers

(1952-; 1962-), Photographers

Artist of 14 portraits
The Douglas Brothers are Andrew Douglas (b. 1952) and Stuart Douglas (b. 1962), British photographer/director siblings. Andrew studied Fine Art before working as an assistant to John Swannell and Lord Snowdon. In 1989, Stuart joined Andrew and as The Douglas Brothers they aimed to counter the prevailing contemporary gloss and perfection of image making. Between 1986 and 1996, The Douglas Brothers produced a prolific body of work for the music industry and publications including The Face and The New York Times. They exhibited in Los Angeles, Tokyo and London. From 1991, The Douglas Brothers began directing music videos and television commercials before pursuing individual careers as directors in 1996.

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Martin Stephenson

17 September 2018, 02:55

I was just wondering how the brothers were getting on, I worked with them in the late 80's
They did photographs for me during the making of my 3rd and 4th album
I found the brothers a delight to work with