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A notoriously private person, David Sims prefers to leave little trace—only the fleeting moments he’s captured on film. With his gritty, stark, realistic, and anti-fashion style, he was among a small cadre responsible for the renaissance of British photography in the early nineties; his use of minimal background and flat studio lighting reflected the decade’s pared-down aesthetic. Today, he is a regular contributor to Vogue, delivering immaculate and energetic images that eschew story line, stripping away all distractions to put the focus strictly on the clothes.

Born in Sheffield, a depressed postindustrial city in the North of England, he dropped out of school as a teenager to become an assistant to the photographers Robert Erdmann and Norman Watson. Soon, he was represented by the agency M.A.P. and getting his work into print in i-D and The Face. In 1993, he made his first appearance in Vogue, with a small black-and-white portrait of Shalom Harlow for an article on the battle between “supermodels and superwaifs.” But it was a 1995 campaign for the Japanese avant-garde designer Yohji Yamamoto that was the real turning point, pushing Sims to the crest of a wave of punkish nineties realism.
His style has shifted with time, becoming more kinetic and less nitty-gritty after the turn of the millennium. His first major assignment for Vogue—a 2004 accessories portfolio of platform and column heels, titled “The Anti-Stiletto”—set a new standard, showing the model of the moment, Daria Werbowy, in motion as she leaped across the page and kicked up her heels in flowing party frocks. Sims still prefers to shoot against a plain backdrop, but he instructs his models to bend, jump, and otherwise push the edges of the frame. He works at Vogue not just with one main fashion editor, but with all the magazine’s stalwarts: Grace Coddington, Tonne Goodman, Camilla Nickerson, and Phyllis Posnick.
Sims’s wife, Luella Bartley, an English writer and magazine editor who first became famous for her now-defunct fashion label, has admitted to being nervous about revealing new projects—say, a book cover or home-decorating scheme—to him. Why? Because he is an arbiter of extreme discernment. (“Dave has such amazing taste, so he always ends up doing the house,”[1] she said in 2007.) The couple, both fanatic surfers, live near the waves in a seventeenth-century farmhouse in Bodmin, Cornwall. When the writer Mark Holgate visited Bartley—and their children, Kip, Stevie, and Ned—for a Vogue profile in 2006, she said that she and her husband share a need to create their own atmosphere and surroundings: “We will get the most beautiful piece of furniture, something that cost a fortune,” she said, “and we have to do something to it—scratch it, slap on stickers, anything—to make it ours.”[2]
When Emmanuelle Alt spoke to Holgate about her vision as the new editor in chief of French Vogue, Sims’s name popped up. He’s been tapped by Prada and Yves Saint Laurent to do advertisements. And after he photographed the model Kate Moss with faux–cropped hair for Heads: Hair by Guido (a beauty book published in 2002), she was inspired to lop off her locks for real. All these are proof positive of how the discernment and taste of this least self-promoting of photographers are respected not just at home but across the industry.
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HISTORY
  1. 1996 David Sims born in the hard-knock Yorkshire city of Sheffield, England.
  2. 1983 Leaves secondary school and is soon assisting fashion photographers Robert Erdmann and Norman Watson.
  3. 1985 Steps out on his own, getting his work into i-D.
  4. 1989 Starts collaborating with makeup artist Dick Page and hairstylist Guido Palau.
  5. 1990 His work in The Face portrays young Brits in thrift-shop fashions.
  6. 1993 Hired by minimalist master Calvin Klein, who is looking for a photographer who can deliver cooler, more current ad campaigns. Sims snaps model Kate Moss for CK billboards and, later, Calvin Klein Jeans. His international profile skyrockets.
  7. 1994 His photographs of grunge fashion appear in “Outside Fashion: Style & Subversion” at the Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York. He is named Young Fashion Photographer of the Year at the Festival de Mode et de Photographie in Hyères, France.
  8. 1995 Shoots model Stella Tennant for the first of his influential campaigns for Yohji Yamamoto.
  9. 1996 Named Photographer of the Year at the International Festival of Fashion Photography in Biarritz, France, beating Steven Meisel, Juergen Teller, Craig McDean, Mario Testino, and David LaChapelle. Does his first cover for i-D magazine: Kate Moss covering her right eye with her hand.
  10. 1999 Sims begins working with Belgian menswear designer Raf Simons on “Isolated Heroes,” a collection of portraits of Simons’s unconventional models dressed in his spring 2000 collection. The project will eventually be developed into a book and a traveling exhibit.
  11. 2000 WWD reports that the days of alternative fashion magazines may be coming to an end, as “photographers once synonymous with the underground, like Craig McDean, David Sims, and Inez Van Lamsweerde, are now employed by the likes of Vogue.[3]
  12. 2002 A solo show opens at Zwemmer Gallery in London. Also appears in group show “Chic Clicks: Creativity and Commerce in Contemporary Fashion Photography,” at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston. He becomes romantically involved with Luella Bartley, a fashion journalist turned designer. “We met in a restaurant, both with other people who knew each other,” she will later say. “We joined the tables together and got drunk. And then went to a club. Six months later, I was up the duff”[4] (translation: knocked up).
  13. 2003 Featured in “Yohji Yamamoto: May I Help You?,” at the Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo. Son Kip Sims born.
  14. 2004 Shoots first full portfolio for Vogue, a February accessories story called “The Anti-Stiletto.”
  15. 2005 Daughter Stevie Sims born.
  16. 2007 March: Tells Vogue’s Contributors section that he wears sunglasses to feel powerful. May: Son Ned Sims born. October: When Vogue asks what he is reading, he replies, “The history of the Liverpool Football Club.”[5]
  17. 2008 January: Photographs movie ingenue Kate Bosworth for a Calvin Klein Jeans campaign. August: When asked “What do you love most about your age?” by Vogue, answers, “I’m not feeling it yet.”[6] September: Captures the majestic fall collection of Alexander McQueen (inspired by a 16th-century elm) for Vogue.
  18. 2009 February: With wife, Luella Bartley, named in The Independent’s list of style influencers on the eve of London Fashion Week. May: For Vogue, photographs Daria Werbowy, who demonstrates how a kimono can be worn for spring in lieu of a blazer. October: Photographs the season’s furs for the magazine’s “Barbarian Invasions.”
  19. 2010 May: He photographs six quintessential American looks, including Alexander Wang’s athletic cotton corset sweatshirt, for Vogue’s “American Experience.” August: Shoots returning supermodel Kristen McMenamy for the magazine’s Age issue. November: Kate Moss picks her eleven favorite photographs of herself from the past two decades for a limited-edition portfolio priced at $75,000; one is a 2006 black-and-white closeup by Sims.
  20. 2011 July: Uses an army tent as a makeshift studio to capture the “Wardrobe Department” installation at the Port Eliot Festival, not far from the family’s home in Cornwall. October: Does a Vogue portfolio evoking the rigor and romance of Great War–era England with War Horse actor Jeremy Irvine and model Arizona Muse. November: Presents Stella Tennant with Model of the Year at the British Fashion Awards. She tells him, “I like your lighting, David!”[7]December: He shoots actor Michael Pitt for Prada’s cinema-inspired spring menswear campaign.
  21. 2012 January: Captures the modern femininity of the spring collections on a huge cast of fourteen models, for Vogue’s “Always a Woman.” February: Photographs models Karlie Kloss and Isabeli Fontana in Space Age sparkling technofabrics cut in classic ladylike silhouettes for the magazine’s “Starlight Express.” May: In celebration of the Met Ball and costume exhibit, shoots Schiaparelli-inspired “Shock Value” portfolio for Vogue with Stella Tennant, who wears various shades of extreme pink.
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