About Fashion Photographer

Graeme Montgomery has established a reputation as one of the world’s leading fashion still life photographers and film makers. His images, gifs and films are known for their immaculate lighting and his graphic modern style. He has photographed the world most expensive jewels, the most sensuous lips, the hardest to acquire handbags, the highest heels, the best nail varnish and the worlds most expensive bath oil ($30,000 a bottle since you ask). If he is allowed to set fire to them, smash them or throw water on them he will. Born in England, he splits his time between London, New York and Paris. His work regularly appears in French Magazine, Amica (Italy), Luxure, Vogue Japan, Vogue China, and Love Magazine. His advertising clients include Lanvin, Graff, Issey Miyake, Prada, Joop, Elemis, Juicy Couture, Burberry, Dunhill, Dolce & Gabbana, Faberge, Olay, Dove, New Balance, Ray-Ban, Coca-Cola, Hewlett Packard, LG, Mont Blanc, Cadbury & Peugeot. His beauty pictures have twice won Jasmin awards. He is increasingly in demand as a director of moving image, his film “The Ice Queen” commissioned by Nowness was selected for the prestigious AOP awards. His film “Wanted” won best documentary short at the London film festival and his film “Made in the UK” commissioned by New Balance was shortlisted at the Berlin Film Festival. In April 2017 Graeme launched Gramco.studio and an exciting new way to create high-end social media imagery and he and his team regularly work with Graff, Lanvin, Manolo Blahnik and Elemis. Graeme has a passion for finding and creating beautiful live and work spaces. He still loves his mid century inspired London Studio but is now struggling to make sense of a Georgian manor house with an Arts and Crafts music room.