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Morgan White is a London based photographer specialising in portraiture. Starting off his career assisting portrait photographer Steve Pyke. Morgan has defined himself as a photographer in his own right. He has worked with contemporary Hollywood Icons such as Orlando Bloom and Jessica Alba to underground luminaries such as Blind Judo Champions and a Disabled Punk Rock band. Morgan’s skills sit just as comfortably in the fashion arena with his portfolio including campaigns for Dr Noki, Piers Atkinson and Barbara Bonner as well as editorial for Japanese Vogue, Spanish Vogue, Dazed and Confused, i-D, Elle, Mens Health and Arena Magazine. His personal projects have earned him a piece in the permanent exhibition at the V&A as well as being a finalist for the Critics Choice Award, Mall Gallery 2013. This is an area of continued focus and there are plans to debut his latest project in the first half of 2016. A project with unique access to one of the oldest boxing clubs in Europe and that is hoping to open dialogue on masculinity and it’s suppression with a focus on the family and male role models. Interviewed for i-D’s 300th issue as a featured Photographer, Morgan continues to climb the ladder as one to watch. Commercially Morgan’s client list includes Braun, Rochas, Lacoste , Hugo, Boss, Olay, Swarovski and other prestige brands.
Full time photographic assistant for colour and monochrome 120 and 5x4 Film. Location and Studio.
'Director's Cut' is a film by Morgan White for Piers Atkinson's 10th season retrospective collection. Shot as a series of 40 'moving portraits' (in just one day) by celebrity portrait photographer Morgan White and styled by Kim Howells. The images have been edited together to tell a story of nostalgia, regrets and lost love. https://vimeo.com/51064429
On the 'Ones To Watch' issue of I.D. magazine, Sandwiched between Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Alexa Chung. Wicked!