Giles Price’s work looks at the social impact of environmental, political and cultural phenomena, it does so by exploring the boundaries of documentary practice (experimental documentary), this includes using different types of machine vision and other lens based technologies for effective visual storytelling.

Price has BA Hons in Photographic Studies from the University of Derby, UK and has had his work exhibited at The Photographers Gallery, London, UK; National Portrait Gallery, London, UK; Imperial War Museum, London, UK; Australian War Memorial, Canberra, Australia; National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia; Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, New Zealand; The National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea; Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, China; The International Center of Photography, New York, USA; Mucem, Marseille, France.

His photographs are held in the permanent collections at National Portrait Gallery and Imperial War Museum in London.

Price is a contributor to various international publications including National Geographic, The New York Times Magazine, Bloomberg Markets, FT Weekend Magazine, Guardian Weekend Magazine and Telegraph Magazine among others.



RPS – Shortlisted for IPE163 2021

Prix Pictet – Nominated for ‘Fire’ cycle 2021

Cortona OTM – ‘New Visions’ Finalist 2021

Prix Pictet – Nominated for ‘Hope’ cycle 2019

IPA Lucie Award 2018

PDN Photo Annual 2018

Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize 2014

Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize 2013 – Second Prize Winner



National Portrait Gallery, London

Imperial War Museum, London



‘E20 12 Under Construction’ – Vitra, London, 27 July – 6 Sept 2012

‘E20 12 Under Construction’ – The Crossing, Central Saint Martins, London, 26 June – 9 Sept 2012

‘Macroscopic Olympiad’ – SeeStudio Gallery, London, 2011



‘Apres nous, le deluge’ – GaleriePCP, Paris, France – Feb 2022

‘Picturing the Invisible’ – Royal Geographical Society, London, UK – Oct 2021 – Dec 2021

‘Civilization – The Way We Live Now’ – Mucem, Marseille, France – Feb 2021 – June 2021

‘#ICPConcerned – Global Images of Global Crisis’ – ICP, New York, USA – Aug 2020 – Dec 2020

“What If The Earth Becomes Uninhabitable’ – PHMuseum, Italy – July 2020 – Oct 2020

‘Civilization – The Way We Live Now’ – Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, New Zealand – Apr 2020 – Jul 2020

‘Civilization – The Way We Live Now’ –  National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Austrialia – Sept 2019 – Feb 2020

‘Civilization – The Way We Live Now’ – Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, China – Mar 2019 – May 2019

‘Armistice Centenary – Veterans and Remembrance’ – National Portrait Gallery, London – Nov 2018 – Jan 2019

‘After The War’ – Australian War Memorial, Canberra, Australia – Oct 2018 – Oct 2019

‘Civilization – The Way We Live Now’ – The National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea – Oct 2018 – Feb 2019

‘Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize 2014’ – National Portrait Gallery, London, Nov 2014 – Feb 2015

‘Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize 2013’ – Second Prize Winner – National Portrait Gallery, London, Nov 2013 – Feb 2014

‘Juxtaposition’ – SeeStudio Gallery – London, 2 Aug – 1 Sept 2012

‘When You’re a Boy’ – The Photographers Gallery, London, 2009



‘Restricted Residence’ by Giles Price – Loose Joints 2020

‘Morar Olimpiadas’ by Giles Price – Self-Published 2016



‘#ICPConcerned : Global Images for Global Crisis’ by Mark Lubell & David Campany – ICP 2021

‘From Above – The Story of Aerial Photography’ by Eamonn McCabe & Gemma Padley – Laurence King 2019

‘Civilization : The Way We Live Now’ by William A Ewing & Holly Roussell – Thames & Hudson 2018

‘Archiecture and Control’ by Annie Ring, Henriette Steiner and Kristin Veel – Brill 2018

‘Kumbh Mela – Mapping the Ephemeral Megacity’ by Rahul Mehrotra & Felipe Vera – Hatje Cantz 2015

‘Landmark : The fields of landscape photography’ by William A Ewing – Thames & Hudson 2014



Camberwell College of Arts – ‘Guest Speaker’ – May 2022

The Bartlett – ‘Drones and Aero-photogrammetry – Workshop – Nov 2021

London South Bank University – ‘Guest Speaker’ – Mar 2020

Kings College, London – ‘War, Art and Visual Culture: London International Symposium’ – May 2019

University of Lincoln – ‘Guest Speaker’ – Dec 2018

AA School of Architecture – ‘Mega Projects, People and the Place’ – Oct 2014



National Geographic

The New York Times Magazine

Bloomberg Markets

FT Weekend Magazine

Telegraph Magazine

Guardian Weekend Magazine

Independent On Sunday Magazine

Die Zeit


The Sydney Morning Herald

British Journal of Photography

Smithsonian Magazine

New Statesman

The Ecologist





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