Avdiivka, eastern Ukraine.
Vince is currently based near Bristol, U.K.
Specialising in photojournalism and working extensively in editorial and commercial photography, he undertakes commissions nationally and internationally, supplying high-quality images to clients worldwide.
His pictures have been published in many newspapers and magazines including The Guardian Weekend Magazine; The Independent Magazine and New Review; The Times; The Observer; The Financial Times; Sunday & Daily Telegraph; Geographical Magazine; Cosmopolitan; Art Review; Le Point (France); Suddeutsche Zeitung (Germany); Das (Switzerland).
Clients include Panasonic; NHS; Channel 4; 3M; Scolar Press; AVA Publishing; Eden Project; Royal Cornwall Museum; Falmouth Art Gallery; Tate, St Ives and various design companies, publishers and art galleries in the U.K and abroad.
He has exhibited work at several European venues including the British Library; Museum of London; Royal West of England Academy, Bristol; Stephen Lawrence Gallery, London; National Eisteddfod of Wales; Ffotogallery, Cardiff; Falmouth Art Gallery; Penlee House Gallery & Museum, Penzance; Ten Gallery, St. Ives; The Beacon, Whitehaven; Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea; National Maritime Museum; Bibliotheek Kris Lambert, Ostend.
His photo essay for the GIFS Project - 'People, Place & Fish' had a run of shows in Belgium, the Netherlands, France and England.
These and a compilation of his pictures from the 'Newlyn: Fishing for a Living' and GIFS projects were the flagship exhibition on the streets of Le Guilvinec, Brittany, as part of the 'Festival Photo l'Homme et la Mer.'
Selected images from the shows were displayed at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, and a collection of large scale prints were included in 'The International Photoreporter Festival', Saint-Brieuc Bay, Brittany, France.
His pictures are included in many public and private collections and he has won awards from the Nikon Photo Contest International, Museum of London and Cosmopolitan.
His work for the GIFS project was shown at the Heritage Gallery, University of Greenwich London, where he was the first featured artist in the recently established Greenwich Maritime Centre.