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Sarah Bayliss Photography

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Brooklands

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Weald of Kent Steam Rally

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London to Brighton Veteran Run

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Biography | Sarah Bayliss | Home Icon by Michael Senkow at Noun Project
Sarah Bayliss Self Portrait
Sarah Bayliss picked up her first camera aged seven and hasn’t stopped shooting since. Dwelling between reportage, fine art and advertising photography, Sarah combines creativity and story-telling to define and deliver great visual communication that engages target audiences whilst strengthening a client’s identity and business goals. Understanding the need to stimulate interest, build a strong brand position, increase visitation and shape audience participation, Sarah is able to collaborate as part of a team to set the strategic direction for an organisation's visual communication. Equally, she is able to work off-the-cuff to capture images that instinctively establish a story in any situation. Adopting the principle of ‘shoot to print’ from the offset, Sarah’s images of intriguing angles and perspectives are thought-provoking and draw an audience in whilst remaining en pointe with her client’s tone. Sarah has a strong work ethic, skilled at turning strategies into creative concepts, is a tenacious producer and is able to execute and deliver stunning visual results... all the time, maintaining good relations with team members and stakeholders. With a portfolio spanning fashion, architecture, still life and portraiture; Sarah turned her camera on the automotive world throughout the last decade. Focusing on design details and sub-cultures; Sarah’s fascination for the creativity, innovation and personalities within the automotive industry is deeply rooted in her childhood experiences. In the eighties, Sarah’s family relocated from a comfortable life in Kent to a remote village nestled in the Welsh Mountains as part of a movement to explore the self-sufficient dream. Living in one of the UK’s most extreme landscapes inhabited by pioneers of sustainable development, it was amongst these radical thinkers that Sarah’s inquisitiveness and ethics matured. In response to this environment, Sarah began to focus on visually documenting the landscape, the people within it and their practices; finding an abundance of inspiration from the individualistic freedom of expression emanating from an exceptional blend of creative bohemian, academic and farming families in the area. With her grandparents relocating nearby to a house brimming full of curiosities curated and created by generations of family who had lived and adventured around the globe, Sarah’s eye and her appreciation for the arts and the stories behind their creation and acquisition developed. Naturally, Sarah progressed to art school; initially reading Landscape Architecture before taking a hiatus to work in the fashion industry, subsequently returning to train on the prestigious BA Fashion (Communication & Promotion) at Central St Martin’s College of Art & Design. Since graduating, Sarah has worked in communications and as a freelance creative for many young start-ups, industry-defining luxury brands, world-renowned broadcast media, award winning film production companies and more recently within the drinks industry; wherever possible taking on powerful projects of a persuasive nature. She has exhibited at the ‘Victoria & Albert Museum’, Nick Mason’s private members club ‘One Alfred Place’ and 'Store Street Gallery' in London’s West End. Scheduled to open in Spring 2020, Sarah's solo automotive photography exhibition ‘Dangerous Curves’ at the ‘Royal Automobile Club’ Pall Mall has sadly been postponed due to the Covid-19 outbreak. Sarah is represented by London Contemporary Art in Denbigh Street, Pimlico; located at the end of Wilton Road and a short walk from Ecclestone Square. To arrange a studio visit in the heart of the Kentish countryside, please complete the contact form below.
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Limited edition prints available through London Contemporary Art 7 Denbigh Street Pimlico London SW1V 2HF and online via 1st Dibs, Artsper and Saatchi Art www.londoncontemporaryart.co.uk
For commercial or private commissions please complete the contact form at the bottom of the website or DM via Linkedin.
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Whilst Sarah has built a reputation as a photographer, she is also an immersive detail-oriented multi-disciplinary designer and communicator who's clients expand across TV & film, luxury brands, start-ups and more recently within the drinks industry. Click one of the images above to take you through to Sarah's design portfolio.
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