William Coats; a photographer to look out for.

stock photo orange bokeh cx 149921759We are delighted to be exhibiting the work of William Coats, a young and passionate self-taught photographer whom Young Devon has been working with, at our restaurant space in Market Street. William dedicates an immense amount of time into taking his detailed and captivating photos. His beautifully composed imagery is available to purchase from Market Street and we hope to get his work recognised in the world.

img 20161125 143535Young Devon are dedicated to supporting and enabling opportunities for our young people. As an ambitious photographer, William was keen to progress with his talent to “understand the business world a bit better”, so we made it happen. Look out for William’s solo exhibition launching in spring 2018.

You can see more of his fantastic work by pointing your mouse here.

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