British, born 1956
Malcolm Pasley works with the platinum/palladium printing process, yielding photographs of extraordinary tonal range and delicacy. His processes allow his studies of female nudes and botanicals to become ephemeral images with dark, velvety textures.
Educated at the Hallow College of Art and Technology, Pasley spent eight years in London as a commercial and editorial photographer working for magazines such as Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Elle and the Sunday Times Magazine. In 1990, Pasley studied non-silver photographic processes in Los Angeles, and then returned to London to participate in a number of group and individual exhibitions.