Posted by Stephan Moskovic | February 19th, 2019

In Discussion With:
Glen Luchford

Visual risk taker Glen Luchford doesn’t have time to romanticize the past, he lives in the now. That’s not to say that his yesteryears have no bearing, quite the contrary – self-taught, his photographic language speaks as a lesson of intimate, cinematic portraiture seen primarily with longstanding collaborator, Alessandro Michele of Gucci. But even before brands like Gucci, Rag & Bone, and Hugo Boss came calling, Luchford was shooting for meaningful pillars like Prada and The Face, setting up a career that spans almost 30 years.

The British photographer has extended his creative repertoire to include magazines like Love, British Vogue, Vogue Italia, Self-Service, and countless others. in partnership with Ford Models interviewed Glen Luchford about choosing the best time for himself to contribute to the visual sphere, the pros and cons of a world hooked on social media, and how the digital climate might make us all better editors.

Ahead of the Gucci show tomorrow, check out our next installment from the In Discussion With series above.

A & Ford Models (New York) co-production

Interview / Christopher Michael
Editors / Stephan Moskovic & Christopher Michael
Directed by Ashton Do & Shayan Asadi
Associate Editors / Irene Ojo-Felix & Steven Yatsko
Special Thanks to Michelle Hu
Text / Irene Ojo-Felix

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