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Pinderhughes’ commercial work can best be described as “real people” and “illustration” photography.

Pinderhughes’ fine art photography is not an appendage of his commercial work, but a separate Sphere of influence. His images explore variations in pattern, texture, light, and line.

John Pinderhughes has been a working photographer for over 50 years. He has worked as a commercial photographer in New York City for more than 50 years; operating his own full service studio for the past 45 years. At the same time, he has been honored with a continuous series of shows over that period.

He has been widely exhibited and is represented in major collections, including The Picker Art Gallery / Colgate University, The Museum Of Modern Art, The Studio Museum In Harlem and The Detroit Institute of Art.

Pinderhughes’ commercial work can best be described as “real people” and “illustration” photography. He numbers major advertising agencies, record companies, magazines and major corporations among his regular clients. Recent projects include Con Edison, Publix Supermarkets, Sony, Verizon, American Family Insurance, BMW, Chase Bank and Anheuser-Busch Companies, Canon, Columbia University, Prudential Insurance, American Express …

With multi-faceted interests, Pinderhughes has pursued both a commercial career and one in fine art photography. His striking images have garnered the recognition of both commercial art directors and gallery / museum curators, as well as satisfying the interests of their diverse and
separate audiences. Pinderhughes’ talent and reputation for excellence have been recognized with many awards; including awards from The Art Director’s Club, Design competitions, The Clio Awards, The CEBA Awards, magazine competitions and others.

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