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.