Born in London in 1964, Miles Aldridge has published his photographs in such influential magazines as Vogue Italia, American Vogue, Numéro, The New York Times, The New Yorker, and Paradis. His work has been exhibited in numerous group shows, like at Miami Beach Art Photo Expo as a part of Art Basel Miami Beach in […]Read more "Miles Aldrige"
Albert Watson has made his mark as one of the world’s most successful fashion and commercial photographers during the last four decades, while creating his own art along the way. Over the years, his striking images have appeared on more than 250 covers of Vogue around the world and have been featured in countless […]Read more "Albert Watson"
I grew up in a small industrial town in Suffolk , into a family of factory workers , i broke away to pursue a career in theatre/performance art, did that for the best part of 10 yrs , travelling extensively all over Europe. In 2010 i enrolled into a photography class at London College of […]Read more "Hymns from the bedroom, Poem Baker"
My photographic and moving image based work has been concerned with hierarchies of vision, surveillance and contested territories. Previous work includes Insecurity (1995-2005) which examined the global phenomenon of privatized global security, utilizing this modern hyper-industry as a metaphor for analyzing global insecurity. Subsequent projects have included Kill House (2005), a photographic navigation through a […]Read more "Insecurity, Christopher Stewart"
Bill Brandt was a British photographer and photojournalist. Although born in Germany, Brandt moved to England, where he became known for his images of British society for such magazine as Lilliput and Picture Post, later his distorted nudes, portraits of famous artists and landscapes. He is widely considered to be one of the most important […]Read more "Bill Brandt"
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Jimmy Nelson (Sevenoaks, Kent, 1967) started working as a photographer in 1987. Having spent 10 years at a Jesuit boarding school in the North of England, he set off on his own to traverse the length of Tibet on foot. The journey lasted a year and upon his return his unique visual diary, featuring revealing […]Read more "Jimmy Nelson"
John Swannell was born in 1946. After leaving school at 16, he worked first as an assistant at Vogue Studios and then assisted David Bailey for four years before setting up his own studio. He spent the next ten years traveling and working for magazines such as Vogue, Harpers & Queen, the […]Read more "John Swannell"
Philip was born in Canterbury, England in 1969. After completing a Graphic Design degree at the Norwich School of Art and Design, Philip assisted some of the UK’s leading advertising photographers. Eager to develop his photographic career, Philip soon started taking on editorial and advertising commissions of his own. Since then, he has worked in […]Read more "Philip Lee Harvey"
Greg’s cinematic style of composition and lighting was originally cultivated as a reportage photographer working behind the scenes on feature films where he learnt lighting techniques from observing many of the world’s great cinematographers at their craft. As one of the early innovators in the convergence of still and motion, Greg is increasingly sought out […]Read more "Greg Williams"
Tom Stoddart began his photographic career on a local newspaper in his native North-East of England. In 1978 he moved to London and began working freelance for publications such as the Sunday Times and Time Magazine. During a long and varied career he has witnessed such international events as the war in Lebanon, the fall […]Read more "Tom Stoddart"
Luke Wolagiewicz lives in London. Over the last 15 years he has worked across the Middle East, Asia, Europe and Africa, focusing his attention on contemporary political and social issues. His work has been published in The New York Times, Newsweek Magazine, USA Today, The Financial Times, Le Figaro Magazine, The Economist, The Times, Chicago Tribune, LA Times, Stern, Der […]Read more "Luke Wolagiewicz"