Glen Luchford is a British fashion and portrait photographer based in London. Born in Brighton, Luchford has worked with publications including Arena, i-D, British Vogue, Vogue US, Interview, The Rolling Stone and Harper's Bazaar, and has created a distinct visual language closely associated with clients such as Gucci, Lanvin, Yves Saint Laurent, Miu Miu, Chloe, Prada and Calvin Klein.
Luchford gained initial training as an assistant to fashion photographers Eamon McCabe and Norman Watson. After his first photographic commission shooting The Stone Roses for The Face in 1989, Luchford worked exclusively for Prada for a period in the 1990s during which time he was awarded the prestigious Best Campaign Award from the British Design and Art Direction Organization. In recent years, he garnered widespread attention for his work behind the successful re-branding of Italian fashion house Gucci under the creative direction of Alessandro Michele. Luchford was awarded Silver at the Ciclope Film Festival in Berlin for Direction of the Gucci A/W 17 campaign film.
In 1995 Luchford embarked on a notable collaboration with artist Jenny Saville, creating a series of arresting nude images which he later published. Luchford went on to produce four other books: Glen Luchford (2009), Damaged Negatives (2013), Glen Luchford: Pictorialism (2014) and The Agony and the Ecstasy (2018). He began his first feature film From Here to Where in 2000, which gained a special nomination for the Michael Powell Award at the 2001 Edinburgh Film Festival.
Since 2009, Luchford has been represented by Art Partner. His work has been exhibited worldwide at institutes such as ICA, Victoria & Albert Museum, The Photographer's Gallery and MoMA PS1.