Giuseppe Lambertino is a photographic artist whose portfolio includes a wide variety of projects and commissions. He was the first artist-in-residence to be engaged by the University of Bradford and the City Inn Hotel in Leeds. In the 2011 Bradford Open he was highly commended for his photograph of the Tyrls demolition in 2010. At the Format09 International Photography Festival he was invited to exhibit a body of work inspired by David Lynch’s cinematography. In 2008 Giuseppe undertook a commission for Opera North to document various sites in Scotland associated with King Macbeth as part of an exhibition to accompany the Shakespeare season. He has also worked at live music festivals including Download 2008 and 2007. He shot sleeve art for Lazarus Blackstar and has licensed images for use in a computer game. He has a wide range of interests in diverse subject matter and themes and is influenced by a number of different artists in various fields.
The prints are best viewed large, laminated and mounted onto MDF board, however traditional framing to conservation grade standard can also be arranged if required. For more information about commissioning or available prints please visit the website www.lambertino.net where you can also view more work by the artist.