Photographer John Stoddart exhibits at Ransom
Dapper sniper turned photographer John Stoddart has been a busy man lately. Not only has he exhibited in the former Olympic Village in London’s East End this week, he’s also currently the star of the window of the renowned Pimlico Road gallery Ransom.
In conversation with our editor Matthew Steeples at Masterpiece yesterday, Stoddart commented:
“It’s a been a busy season for me. With many new projects in the offing, I’m excited and delighted to see two of my works in the window of such a fine gallery”.
We’ll second that. Be sure to visit Ransom at 62-64 Pimlico Road, London SW1W 8LS to view John Stoddart’s works.
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John certainly is the dapper snapper 🙂
Sniper or snapper John is always dapper well done John fantastic pictures you know I’m a fan.
Ban the Filth, art has become a sewer of obscenity. Scwanzstucker is a pseudo- German word used to describe the enormity of a man’s dicker. What is he trying to describe? I won’t be buying.
What an odd take on these iconic images. John is a highly respected photographer and you really ought to take a better look at his fine works. http://www.johnstoddart.co.uk
The image of a naked woman having a vaginale douche is inappropriate. I don’t care how iconic the image is, not my cup of tea.
I know he is a snapper….but why is he posing like a male model from the ’80’s?
If you do not know him why comment.
John Stoddart has the look a young James Bond. He’s more ’60s than ’80s and should be proud of that.
Thank you Gabby. What kind words as opposed to the sarcasm that is so easy these days.
When people leave themselves open to sarcasm they generally become the target for it. And in this pretentious world we inhabit, preoccupied with superficial nonsense, there is much reason for sarcasm….especially at the expense of those who consider themselves to be ‘artists’.
Don’t take yourself so bloody seriously.
I don’t take myself seriously and I don’t know what you are on about. I just happen to have been a photographer for over 30 years so I do have an opinion about my industry. It’s not based on anything other than what I’ve encountered.
I think you are amazing, nothing else to say. xx
What a nice thing to say,, thank you Jacqueline
I agree with Jacqueline.
Well!! thank you, I new John when he was a Sniper, and if I remember rightly I may have been one of the first photo’s he took, I was 16 and I still have the photo I am now 54. John was always gentlemen and still is. He took lots of photo’s of me for a really trendy hairdressers in Liverpool called Minkeys this was the one of the best if not the best hairdressers in Liverpool at the time. So I love you John you mean the world to me.xxx
you ‘new’ John he was a sniper….explain please
Pete: You know that Jacqueline meant “knew” surely. We all make the odd slip up.
How about him being a sniper….sounds dangerous!!
Well its only the truth, sorry about the spelling, had a couple glasses of wine. xx
Don’t worry. Your insights were fascinating. It’s good to get pleasant comments and insights into the lives of whom I feature – especially when they are dear friends like John Stoddart.
Jacqueline….that’s a sweet and delightful response….I hope you enjoyed your wine!
Thank you. x
Peter Wayde, I am glad my spelling has amused you but I can not help that I am Dyslexia, I said I had a glass of wine because you made me look like fool sham on you.
Just to make this clear Peter, I am Dyslexia and hope I have not made any spelling mistake.
Anyway how did this become about my spelling I thought it was about John!!!