is a British photographer. He lives and works in London, UK.
Miles Aldridge is an internationally renowned photography artist. He studied illustration at the prestigious Central St Martins Collage of Art & Design, and briefly directed pop videos before becoming a fashion photographer in the mid 90s. Son of Alan Aldridge, a famed psychedelic graphic designer, Aldgrige’s work is immensely vivid and glamorous with a strong cinematic touch, encompassing many diverse influences from film directors including Derek Jarman, David Lynch and Fellini, to the styled elegance of photographers such as Richard Avedon. Staged to perfection the stars of Aldridge’s surrealistic stories and technicolour dream-like worlds are glamorous, beautiful women. Their immaculate appearance and blank expression leave room for interpretation and, like a mirror for Aldridge’s works at large, hint with a touch of humour at the perfected façade of fashion’s glamour and the need for idealised beauty. Aldridge is frequently published in internationally well-known magazines such as Vogue Italia, The New Yorker, and the New York Times, while his works are part of renowned museum collections, such as the National Portrait Gallery, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and in the International Center of Photography in New York.
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