James Greenhalgh




James Greenhalgh is a London-based photographer currently studying BA(Hons) Photography at University of the Arts London: London College of Communication. He takes a conceptual approach to his work, with his main interest being exploring vulnerability, sensitivity & beauty. In his latest book 'Tungsten', James investigated "how masculinity is just a mask and once removed the person's true beauty can come out". In all of his work, James is dedicated to connecting the emotional link between himself, his subject & his audience.



Amnesty International Youth Photography Award 2016


Solo / Group exhibitions

Group - Negative feedback exhibition at 'The Print space gallery' (Curated by George Muncey) - September 2017

Group - Paper Planes Collective: I'll ride with you exhibition at 'The Sound Lounge' (Curated by Laura Berman) - September 2017



British Journal of Photography - James Greenhalgh: The mask of masculinity

JIGGY MAG - Issue 2, Issue 3, Issue 4, Issue 5

EyeEm Blog - Depth in Color: James Greenhalgh’s Revealing Film Portraits


Social media




A personal portrait of London-based photographer James Greenhalgh

Shot and edited by Georgia Keats https://www.instagram.com/gdotshots/