When he was 15, self-taught British fashion-photographer Glen Luchford — best known for his gritty ‘90s editorials and early photos of Kate Moss — quit school and moved to London. There, he found work at a hair salon before eventually signing with Art + Commerce, and then, in 1997, began working exclusively with Prada. He’s since shot advertising campaigns for YSL, Chloé, Calvin Klein — and, most recently, photographed the glam lo-fi Rag & Bone ads featuring Winona Ryder at Coney Island. He’s also a frequent contributor to magazines like Vogue, Interview, Another Magazine, and W.
This month, a new book, Glen Luchford: Pictorialism, surveys his 33-year career, including portraits of everyone from Sasha Gray to Charlotte Gainsbourg, presented as a scrapbook-style photographer’s diary. Click through the slideshow for highlights from the artful monograph, including Kate Moss, Georgia May Jagger, Gemma Ward, and more.