Born in Yorkshire in 1971, Stuart Price is now based in Brighton, U.K. After receiving a diploma in Photography in 1990 he immediately started building up a body of personal work using a 4x5 large format Gandolfi camera. In 1998, he entered and won a British Journal of Photography Award and a Campaign Magazine Award where his work was exhibited at The Mall Galleries in London. After a spell shooting still life in London for clients such as Coca cola, GHD and Stephen Webster, he now concentrates on People, Places, Faces and Spaces. He defines his style as graphic and geometric searching for patterns and symmetry in spaces and people. He has since shot work for Sony and has several ongoing projects such as Being Human & Labour in New York City.
The natural landscape has always been a draw and being a creative individual, he is constantly pursuing new ways of expression. His project, Silvestre is a fine example of this, capturing dreamlike states using in camera techniques.
“I have a tendency for clean and structured images. Everything in order and in its place. As long as the main subjects are controlled and neat, I love including little details in my images so the viewer will always see something different. I like to produce work that is engaging and throws up questions to the viewer.”