Giles Price is a photographer based in London. His work is primarily portrait based, tending toward a graphic, straight up style and utilising a self developed system of lighting in camera rather than extensive post-production. Price’s work has appeared in publications including the Telegraph Magazine, Independent On Sunday magazine, Guardian Weekend Magazine and Big magazine. He recently collaborated with stylist Simon Foxton on fashion editorial for i-D magazine and his ongoing interests in youth and style can be seen in several bodies of work including 444 SQN, Teen Tribes for Future Laboratories, and Bengali Barnets also for i-D magazine. He has shot and published a portfolio of major religious leaders in the UK and is currently completing a group of important scientists and thinkers. His portraits of First World War veterans (2004) and Johnson Beharry VC (2007) are in the collection of the National Portrait Gallery, London.
Giles Price features in a project.