John Offenbach is a London based photographer who began his career in 1994 and is now represented by agents in New York, London and Paris. From his studio in north London he has been commissioned to photograph campaigns for a diverse range of clients including American Airlines, American Express, Air France, IBM and Travelers Insurance as well as a range of car campaigns including Hyundai, Chrysler, BMW, Volvo, Volkswagen and Bentley.
John's first advertising commission was a Levi's campaign for Bartle Bogle Hegarty, London. His editorial contributions include architectural stories for New York Times Magazine, The Washington Post Magazine and The Guardian Magazine.
John's first published book Architecture, depicts his strong interest in geometry and architecture. Selected works from the book have been exhibited at Frederieke Taylor gallery in New York as well as Rena Bransten gallery in San Fransisco. John has exhibited personal work at C99 gallery, London.
John has successfully swum across the English Channel and around Manhattan, in a team of four swimmers raising money for Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. John and his wife Jackie, are patrons of JDRF.
John has been the recipient of numerous awards since the beginning of his career. Most noticeably Gold awards for the inaugural New York Photo Awards and Gold for the Campaign Photo Awards both for his work with Travelers Insurance.
Between 1994 and the present John has been recognised with awards from the Association of Photographers, Photo District News, Communication Arts, D&AD, Creative Review, American Photographer, Art Directors' Club, Graphis Photo, New York Photo, International Practitioners in Advertising.
John has been nominated by the International Centre of Photography Infinity Award for applied photography. He is also included in the World's Top 200 photographers compiled by Lurzers Magazine.