SELECTED AS A WINNER FOR THE ‘PARIS PHOTO PRIZE 2018’! (JUN. 2018) Delighted to announce that a series of my butterfly images, from ongoing project Lost In Time, has been selected for Honourable Mention in this year’s Paris Photo Prize (Px3)! Click the link below to see my work and artist’s statement on the Px3 website:

See the Px3 Awards page here!








NEW ARTICLE DISCUSSING MY PROJECT ‘LOST IN TIME’ (JUN. 2018) I have recently written a short article discussing my inspiration for the project Lost In Time and the process of initialising my collaboration with the Museum In The Park. The article has now been published on the museum’s website – please click the link below to read the full article!

Read the Full Article Here








NEW YORK FESTIVALS ADVERTISING AWARDS 2018 (JUN. 2018) Absolutely fantastic to see that Women To Look Up To has been selected as a finalist in three categories of the New York Festivals Advertising Awards 2018, where I am credited as Photographer for the project!

Click on the image below to watch the Women To Look Up To case study film that was submitted to the awards, which includes many of the stills and videos that I have shot for WTLUT over the last six months!









SELECTED AS A WINNER IN THE PDN PHOTO ANNUAL 2018! (MAY. 2018) Very proud and excited to announce that six images from my Walking Unknown Valleys project have been chosen for the PDN Photo Annual 2018 in the Personal Work category! All six images are featured online and one of the images, along with a description of the project, will be featured in the printed annual. Looking forward to attending the awards ceremony and annual party in New York in June!

Click on the image below to see my work featured on the PDN website!











NEW COMMISSION: ARTWORK FOR LP COVER OF THE TALENTED DUO ‘TUSKA’ (APR. 2018) Really fun couple of days shooting the front and back covers of Tuska’s new LP ‘Ambrosia’. Not going to pass up the opportunity to be creative with custard!









WORK FEATURED IN ‘PDN EDU’ (MAR. 2018) Great to see one of my images from my Walking Unknown Valleys project printed in the PDN Edu magazine!








FIRST SERIES OF IMAGES FOR ‘LOST IN TIME’ FINISHED! (FEB. 2018) These tropical butterflies were collected, preserved and donated to the museum in the mid-20th Century, but have never actually been displayed. Instead, their vividly coloured and intricately patterned bodies were shut inside a wooden box and placed on a shelf in the museum stores, where they have remained for decades. Through creative lighting techniques, these images seek to portray the strange stasis that these butterflies have been trapped within – protected from the normal passing of Time and the decay and destruction it brings to all living things. Preserved in darkness.

Click on the image below to see the whole series!









MORE NEW WORK IN ‘UNKNOWN VALLEYS’ PROJECT! (JAN. 2018) Just finished shooting and retouching a new series of images for on-going personal project ‘Walking Unknown Valleys’. Click on the image below to see the whole series!









SECOND SHOOT FOR PERSONAL PROJECT ‘LOST IN TIME’ (JAN. 2018) Second week of shooting at The Museum In The Park is underway – very excited with how this project is developing! Really incredible and unique objects to photograph and much more to come over the next year! More BTS below:









NEW PERSONAL PROJECT! (DEC. 2017) After a few months of planning I have begun shooting my new project, Lost In Time, in collaboration with The Museum In The Park, Stroud, Gloucestershire. The aim of the project is to explore the archives of the museum and photograph the most unusual and interesting objects that have never been on display to the public. BTS shots below:









Fox News Channel, Elle, Red, Metro, Washington Times, Harpers Bazaar, Sunday Times Style, Stylist…….. and more!

Click on Hillary Clinton below to see more Women To Look Up To work!

















SECOND SHOOT FOR ‘WOMEN TO LOOK UP TO’ (OCT. 2017) Amazing to work with the Women To Look Up To team again, this time shooting their second 3D printed tree topper…. Beyonce! See more at










SHOOT FOR ‘WOMEN TO LOOK UP TO’ (OCT. 2017) It was a pleasure to work with non-profit organisation, Women To Look Up To, shooting a new series of images for their inspirational campaign. For the whole story (and more of my photographs), visit








EXHIBITED AT FIX PHOTO FESTIVAL (MAY 2017) Very pleased to announce that one of my Leafscape images has been selected for the Fix Photo Festival, curated by LA Noble Gallery! See all the work selected at Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, London SE1 9PH until 21st May








FEATURED IN ‘APPLE JUICE MAGAZINE’ (JAN. 2017) My architecture series, Modernity, has been featured, along with a short written statement that accompanies the nine photographs. Thank you AppleJuiceOnline! See it here:

© Theo Deproost








NEW LANDSCAPE PROJECT COMPLETED! (Nov. 2016) Excited to have finally finished editing and retouching my new landscape project, Landscape I, shot in Norway earlier this year. I am now producing a book to showcase the work.

©Theo Deproost

©Theo Deproost








FEATURED IN ‘DON’T TAKE PICTURES’ (JUL. 2016) Very pleased to have one of my landscapes selected as Photo Of The Day for 26/07/2016 on the Don’t Take Pictures website! See my photo and other previously selected images here –

© Theo Deproost








FEATURED IN ‘F-STOP MAGAZINE’ (JUN. 2016) Proud to say that my work has been selected by F-Stop Magazine for a second time! This time two of my portraits are featured in Issue #77 – Family. See all the featured photographers’ work here: