David Kurzberg Goddard is one of a small number of full time specialist Aerial  Photographers and cameraman working in the UK and Europe.

David’s images have been used by newspapers, book publishers and television stations all over the world, including BBC News, CNN. ITN, ABC News, RTL Television and Many more.

David’s photography career started at the age of 16, when he became one of the youngest photographers working for the UK and American Music Press,  filming musical events like Live-aid.

Over the following years David spent time exploring other aspects of this filming including news photography in the Middle East, until a serious injury resulted in a change in direction.

In 1994 while learning to fly he photographed a Lancaster and Spitfire flying in formation over the North Downs, within minutes he was hooked on aerial photography, where he has worked ever since.

David’s aerial photography and television projects have included the British Grand Prix, the Glastonbury Festival, the Tour de France and Royal State Occasions.

His fourth book on the Cotswolds is just about to come out, he has also been commissioned to write and film another four books over the next four years.

Credits for August 2011 include

Time Magazine, Rolling Stone, Billboard Magazine, Life, New Statesmen, Variety, Newsweek, Daily Telegraph, The Times, The Guardian, BBC and NBC Universal.


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