David Appleby starts his career as a commercial photographer and is introduced to the movie world by David Puttnam and Alan Parker. She works with many of their films including The Wall, The Mission, Mississippi Burning, Evita. He also worked on many of Ridley Scott’s films, Steven Spielberg (War Horse), with Wachowski’s (V for Vendetta) and many other famous filmmakers from one side of the Atlantic.
In 1996 he won the prestigious Reporter Key Art Awards in Hollywood. He has exhibited worldwide exhibitions in prestigious venues including the London Photographers Gallery, the National Portrait Gallery, and the National Media Museum.
He has published 11 books of his photographic works for cinema and over thirty movie posters. His pictures appeared on Vanity Fair, Time Magazine, GQ, The LA Times, The New York Times, The Sunday Telegraph. Consider his career as an inevitable consequence of his two passions: cinema and photography.