Luke Evans, born in rural Hereford, came to London in 2011, where he studied Graphic Design & Photography at Kingston University.

Discovering photography through his long-term interest in physics and natural science, Evans' work is defined by his experimental nature and an incredible eye for detail, creating a broad scope of still life images that hold an element of procedure. With careful monitoring and calculating Luke produces collaborative work balancing and crafting each individual environment within the image. Evans uses unlikely materials and surfaces to create a habitat that is unidentifiable, yet beautiful. His unique approach recently caught the eye of Apple who featured Evans on their Future Makers Festival programme and It’s Nice That’s who have featured him in their Nicer Tuesday talks programme.

Evans’ iconic project Inside Out was acquired by The Saatchi Gallery and won the New Sensations Award the same year. The project controversial in subject matter, explored the ingestion of 35mm film and the use a giant laboratory scanner to obtain microscopic images from the digested film. His series Forge in which Evan’s "travelled the world, from [his] kitchen table", has since also been added to the photography collection at The Saatchi Gallery. Awards to date include It’s Nice That Graduates in 2014 and the D&AD Yellow Pencil.

Clients and features to date include… Channel 4, Clos19, Fenty by Rhianna, Dazed & Confused, LVMH, The Gourmand, Naim, Rimowa & Uribe jewellery.

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Luke Evans