London, United Kingdom
Inzajeano is primarily a portrait photographer engaging with people that often live on the fringes of society. He examines how they interact in their environments. The work he produces leaves room for the viewer to impart a little of themselves within each photograph, bringing them closer to what otherwise would be absent.
Inzajeano’s photographs have graced the walls of many galleries in London including the National Portrait Gallery in 2009-2010 where his image. ‘Female Boxer No3’ was the signature piece of the show, displayed all across the world and also the front cover of the Taylor Wessing Book.
He has gone on also to exhibit at The Jerwood Space, Host gallery, Getty gallery, Empire Gallery as well as touring with many group shows for Tim Andrews touching series on Parkinson’s with his portrait entitled ‘Man in the corner’.
Additionally he has exhibited in China, USA and had a solo show at the Arab British Centre as well as being a finalist on numerous prestigious photography competitions.
Inzajeano shoots for various magazines, newspapers and agencies as the taste for his unique style spreads across the globe. He also makes time for commissioned works as well as personal projects.
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