Brooklyn Beckham marks Sir David Attenborough’s 94th birthday with a black and white photo as he reminisces about shooting the experienced broadcaster
He has made a name for himself as an aspiring photographer.
And Brooklyn Beckham continued to flaunt his artistic eye when he marked Sir David Attenborough’s 94th birthday on Friday in an Instagram post.
The 21-year-old reminisced about the shooting of the experienced broadcaster, while sharing a black and white photo of the couple together in Kenya.
Iconic: Brooklyn Beckham, 21, flaunted his artistic eye when he marked Sir David Attenborough’s 94th birthday in an Instagram post on Friday
Brooklyn uploaded the image next to a caption that read, “Congratulations Sir David Attenborough.
‘It was so great to be able to photograph him in Kenya for @ourplanet and @wwf_uk.
Loved every minute. Very special times [red heart emoji]. ‘
Heartfelt: Brooklyn reminisced about the shooting of the experienced broadcaster when he shared a black and white photo of the couple together in Kenya
Veteran broadcaster: David Attenborough joined the BBC over 60 years ago after serving with the Royal Navy until 1949
Brooklyn has built a name for himself by showing his artistic eye to a range of prestigious companies.
Earlier this year, the budding artist took his own photos for his appearance on the cover of ICON Magazine.
In an instant, Brooklyn went shirtless to show off his tight torso as he posed in a black velvet jacket and jeans.
Behind the camera: Brooklyn Beckham showed off his camera skills while shooting his own portraits in solo photo shoot for ICON Magazine earlier this year
He completed the look with accessories with a simple gold pendant, wearing a single earring for the shoot.
In another, Brooklyn picked up nicely when he wore a white coordination suit with a pale pink shirt that he wore partially buttonless.
His chocolate brown locks were brushed in a tousled style and he was wearing light green nail polish to complete the look.
Looking sharp: at a different glance, Brooklyn brightened up nicely when he wore a white coordination suit with a light pink shirt that he wore partially unbuttoned
In August last year, Brooklyn is said to have left his colleagues baffled during his internship at Rankin over his ‘lack of basic skills’.
He started the dream internship in July after legendary snapper Rankin was impressed by Brooklyn’s photo of Sir David Attenborough in Africa.
But Brooklyn – who previously ran campaigns for Burberry and published his own photo book – reportedly struggled with the early days of the intensive internship – with colleagues claiming to be treated as a complete beginner.
A source said The sun in July: “Everyone knew Brooklyn’s work needed to be refined, but no one knew that his knowledge of the simplest tasks was so bad.
“Everyone had high hopes for him, but it was not the most impressive start. It is missing in most areas. But he tries to make amends with enthusiasm. ‘
Meanwhile, in July 2018, Brooklyn dropped out of his photography course in New York at the world-famous Parsons School of Design because he “ missed ” his family in the UK.
He told pals months before that he wanted to leave – according to the Mirror, but decided to hold out until the end of the term.
Aspiring photographer: In August last year, Brooklyn is said to have left his colleagues baffled by his ‘lack of basic skills’ during his internship at Rankin (pictured in 2018)
An insider told the publication, “It sounds like he’s really homesick and feeling lonely there.
“He loves his family, in the end it was the temptation to come back to those who changed it all – and the prospect of a great internship.
“Victoria is absolutely thrilled with the news and couldn’t control herself when everything went according to plan – getting Brooklyn back under the same roof is a dream come true for her.”
The source said Victoria was “excited” on Brooklyn’s return, adding, “She told friends she couldn’t believe how much she missed him and hated being separated from him.”
Lessons: Meanwhile, Brooklyn dropped out of his New York photography course at the world-famous Parsons School of Design in July 2018 because he ‘missed’ his family in the UK (pictured in 2018)