Colin Usher is a photographer, designer and web specialist based in Nérac, Nouvelle Aquitaine, South West France, situated between Bordeaux & Toulouse.
He is co-creator of Studio Faire, artists residence and studios in Nérac.
He specialises in portraiture, editorial, & property for estate agents.
He has worked with many publications including The Face magazine and The Scotsman as well as theatre companies such as The Traverse Theatre, The Royal Lyceum, Terry Beck Troupe, Philadelphia and Dundee Rep Dance Co.
Much of his work has been used for album covers, promo & press materials as well as featuring in various publications over the years.
Having lived in South West France for over 5 years now, Colin has carved a niche locally as an estate agent photographer. He can regularly be seen heading off to a chateau or a stunning character property in the Gers, Lot et Garonne and Tarn departments.
The blog is a photographic diary as well as a place to introduce retrospective highlights from Colin’s 27 years in the media.
Colin is available in South West France. Bordeaux, Toulouse, Dordogne, Lot et Garonne, Gers.
Based in Nérac, Paris, Amsterdam and London are within easy reach.
or call +33 (0)6 34 56 10 70 (France)
Recently shot & edited by Colin in Nérac
Deepa Paulus from New York plays ‘Kayda’ on tabla.
Shot on location in Nérac whist on a 10 day artist residency at Studio Faire.
'Just went live with a new website for Scottish poet and non-fiction writer Kathleen Jamie. Working with her own handwriting to create slideshows and share excerpts from her work, I've really enjoyed getting to know her style. The depth of her work is astounding and I...
I have had the pleasure of working with the team at Museums and Heritage Highland on a new website to promote museums in the highlands of Scotland. HIGHLAND THREADS went live today and features pieces from 14 museums. I was tasked with both creating the website and...
I've spent a few months working with the artist Brigid Collins on her new site. This has been a very welcome activity in these strange pandemic affected times. Her work is not just stunning... I find her work greatly inspiring and thought provoking. This has been a...