Lexus RCF GT3 on a track in front of Mount Fuji, Japan.
‘It’s all based around structures…I have always loved anything that works, functions, is mysterious.…architecture and landscapes.’ Greg sees beauty in repetitions of form in space. An unflinching modernism inflects his images with stark contrast from the bright whites of super-watt bulbs in the controlled, mechanical environment. Landscapes are the equally light-filled icy wastes of the bleak far north. ‘Northern landscapes are more graphic, mysterious.’ His earliest photographs were of a rural childhood, forests and a beach – and a local water tower. Born in East Yorkshire in 1978, Greg White studied at Nottingham Trent and Blackpool, graduating in 2002. Notable awards include the prestigious title of AOP Photographer of the Year (2008) and ADC Young Gun in New York (2009). Greg’s work has appeared in Wallpaper*, Wired and The Times Eureka magazine. His first monograph, Svalbard, was published in 2010.Greg has photographed cars for Toyota, Peugeot, BMW, Audi, Nissan, Volkswagen, Mercedes, and Lexus among others. Client commissions include Glenmorangie, Swarovski, Nike, TFL and COI, Ubisoft, Vaseline and Sony. He lives in London, England.