David Paterson
~ Commercial Photography ~

With a career of over 25 years, Dave Paterson is experienced in all aspects of
advertising, commercial and corporate photography, including cars, studio still-life
and large-scale studio sets. Since 1990, however, he has specialised in landscape and
location photography. Commercial work and personal projects have taken him all over
the world, including Japan, Nepal, India, Oman, the Gulf States, Saudi Arabia, Turkey,
north Africa, the Falklands, Russia, most countries of Western Europe, and the eastern
and western United States. Images from many of these travels are represented in his
photolibrary, Wildcountry, and today he spends much his available time working on his
specialities - the Scottish Highlands and the Nepal Himalaya - on both of which he has
published several books, and with others now in the pipeline. In 1992, he founded
Peak Publishing, dedicated to the production of high-quality photographic books
on landscape and the natural environment. He still works for advertising,
agencies, design consultancies, and book and magazine publishers.

Commercial Clients:
The Royal Bank of Scotland, Barclays Bank, Mondex, Citicorps, Daiwa Sports, Goretex,
Standard Life Assurance, Ford, General Motors, Mitsubishi Motors, Fiat, British Petroleum,
Shell, Wimpey Engineering, National Grid, Famous Grouse, Bell's Scotch Whisky, Whyte &
Mackay, Cream of the Barley, The Macallan, Tennants Lager, Whitbread, Carlsberg,
Scottish & Newcastle Brewers, Heinz, GNER, Cunard, International Harvester, English
Tourism, Scottish Tourism, The Automobile Association, etc.

Editorial Clients:
Sunday Times, The Observer, Sunday Telegraph, Departures, Time/Life, Yama to Keikoku,
Harpers & Queen, Country Life, Country Living, Nature, Mountain Magazine, The Great
Outdoors, Grolier, Readers' Digest, etc.



The Scottish Highlands (Mainstream, 1988)
Nepal - The Mountains of Heaven (H. Hamilton, 1990)
The West Highland Way (with Mike McQueen, Peak/Canongate, 1992)
Photographers' Britain - The Highlands (Alan Sutton, 1993)
Borderlands - Shropshire & the Welsh Marches (Peak, 1993)
The Cape Wrath Trail (Peak Publishing, 1997)
Heart of the Himalaya (Peak Publishing, 1997)
London - City on a River (Peak Publishing, 1998)
A Long Walk on the Isle of Skye (Peak, April 1999)
Blue Horizons (with Mike McQueen & Iain Roy; Peak, Dec. 1999)
London, Dawn to Dusk (with Jenny Oulton; New Holland, Oct. 2000)
The Way to Cold Mountain (various writers; Pocketbooks, May 2001)
A Scottish Journey (Wildcountry Press; 2003)

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