Nadav Kander is an internationally renowned photographer, director, and artist based in London. Kander was born in Israel but grew up in Johannesburg, South Africa. He began photographing at thirteen and later, when drafted into the South African Air Force, worked in the darkroom printing aerial photographs. He moved to London in 1986, where he lives with his wife, Nicole and their three children. He has collaborated with clients across all categories (from finance, travel & leisure, and entertainment to alcoholic beverages and sports brands), and he is one of the most sought-after portrait photographers working today, commissioned by everyone from Time magazine to the National Portrait Gallery. Nadav Kander’s images, although diverse in subject matter, reveal a singular and strangely paradoxical sensibility – revealing a deep concern for humanity without reference to the human form. Like an archeologist, Nadav constructs a powerful sense of identity through the artifacts of our civilization. Unlike our great stories and works of art, these artifacts do not embellish our achievements or ennoble our intentions, but reveal who we really are.