Once a licentiate of the Royal Photographic Society told me:

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Professional photographers are taught for years in photographic science to have what you have Darren, and you don't even know you have it!

- An award-winning professional photographer with a Bachelor of Science in Photographic Science from the University of Westminster in London, England

Amazing Photography

I have found myself creating the most amazing and stunning photography and sometimes I have no idea from where it comes; I just use​​ the most basic of photography equipment, it's incredible.
Some have said to me that the sweetest and most beautiful sounds created from a second-hand guitar are not from the hands of a musician but from the passion and creativity​ of an Artist​.

Testimonials

More of What People are Saying

“Unparalleled!”

"His use of color and backgrounds is unparalleled whether capturing landscape scenes or people. He elevates pictures to a true art form vs. just taking snapshots."

- Chris Horner

“Boom!”

"Amazing Talents!
Cool photo shoot for the Wine Bar and Cafe. Anyone who needs shots done for business or personal would be crazy not to use his services. Taking 'Portrait' work to a crazy new level.
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- Paul McConachy

“Fun and Relaxed!”

"What a fun and relaxed photo shoot we had today with Darren. Patient, professional and persistent we know he really captured our Christmas card photos! He was a pleasure to work with especially when we threw him a dog and a horse! Highly recommend. He gets a 5 star review from the Maton Family"

- Kira Maton

"Energetic and Eclectic!"

"Darren Bowen is an energetic and eclectic photographer! I had a wonderful time celebrating my 60th birthday with a photo session by Darren. I loved the way he expressed who I am through his artistic eye."

- Charlene Lendino

Darren Bowen Photography

My photography captures a moment in time - a split-second that remains locked in time often abstracted and completely random. It is in these moments I see potential element, shape, abstraction, and life in colour, inspiration before the moment fades to grey into the past disappearing forever.