For one night only, David Eustace, A former prison guard who has photographed stars such as Sophia Loren and Sir Paul McCartney, will showcase images of his Scottish homeland for the first time at the Hudson Studios in Manhattan on April 5th. Glasgow-born Eustace, whose celebrated portraits of everyday Americans inspired Tom Brokaw’s USA Network television series ‘Along Highway 50’, worked in his hometown’s Barlinnie Prison before making his name in photography. At the age of 27, he borrowed a camera from a friend and a hobby soon became his passion. Just a year later, David was accepted to Edinburgh Napier University. Since graduating, Davids images have graced the pages of such internationally renowned publications as  Vogue, Tatler and GQ. The free exhibition, Highland Heart, is taking place in partnership with the Scottish Government and Edinburgh Napier University, where Eustace developed his life-changing photography skills in the early ‘90s. David’s landscape photography is the perfect subject suited for Scotland Week 2013 in the official Year of Natural Scotland, dedicated to Scotland’s natural environments.

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©David Eustace, Highland Heart

 

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©David Eustace, Highland Heart

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©David Eustace, Highland Heart

 

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©David Eustace, Highland Heart

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©David Eustace, Highland Heart