Adri Berger is a photographer with over 20 years experience of shooting commercial assignments across the world for a wide rage of international clients. His impressive client list includes multinational corporations, international publications, press associations and high profile arts organizations.
His successful commissions have resulted in several prestigious industry awards with internationally recognized bodies such as The Association of Photographers (London) and the British Journal of Photography. He has also been shortlisted for the annual Portrait Prize organized by National Portrait Gallery, London, sponsored by Schweppes.
His work has been exhibited in a variety of solo and group shows at institutions including: Thomas Kettle Gallery (London), National Portrait Gallery (London), the National Theatre (London) the Association of Photographers Gallery (London) and Naarden Fotofestival, Netherlands. He is currently working on a personal project that is concerned with the political and historical differences in cultural experiences for humans across the world.
Adri also works to promote the value and benefits that photography can bring to young people and has worked on several school-based projects that have been funded by Arts Council England and worked with inmates in Wandsworth Prison, London, teaching photography. He has also contributed to supporting the creativity of fellow photographers by working with a collective of like-minded photographers to set up a London gallery called Frame Zero, which exclusively exhibited contemporary photography with a documentary flavour. At present day he runs his own gallery in Luang Prabang, Laos and works mostly in Asian countries both as a stills photographer and a video director.