British photographer/filmmaker, Sam Hiscox has been drawn to making photographs from a very young age and has shaped his natural instinct into a career. Over the past decade he has produced a catalogue of personal work focused on delivering poignancy to the basic human experience. His genuine and honest works portray friends, family, intimacy, relationships and solitude in surreal yet familiar spaces with the aim of bringing a tangible and relatable sense of comfort in knowing that every facet of our emotional and physical existence has equal place in our world and his.
A recent solo exhibition at Hotshoe 333 Gallery in London received acclaim from both Dazed and iD.
Hiscox has been published in iD, V, 10, British Vogue, LOVE, GQ and Hotshoe magazines. Clients include McQ, Stella McCartney, Topshop, Lazy Oaf and Farfetch.