“This is not only about giving, it’s about being part of a movement”
David Eustace was raised in the East End of Glasgow. Having left school at sixteen with little qualification, he took on a variety of jobs, before joining the Royal Naval Preserves where he was assigned to a minesweeper. At the age of 21 he left the Navy and became a prison officer.
His interest in photography began when he was 28 years old and decided to return to further his education. He graduated with a BA distinction in Photographic Studies.
Within a few months of graduating, Eustace was working regularly for publications such as GQ and ES Magazine. His clientele soon expanded to other publications including Tatler, British Vogue, The Sunday Times Magazine and Elle. He later specialised in portraiture and his sitters included Sophia Loren, Sir Paul McCartney and Ewan McGregor.