In rich, cinematic reds and browns, vivid yellows, and muted neutral shades, Adrian Samson’s photographs seduce viewers into a radiant, chromatic universe. With a rare eye for the subtlest of details, Samson's still lives and portraits capture the sculptural qualities of objects and bodies alike. His images are abstract, constructivist arrangements and visionary geometric studies – rhythmic and poetic meditations on line, form, shape and light. Samson’s painterly and playful visual language has made waves in the industry, attracting demand and intrigue across the spectrum, from major fashion houses to experimental, independent publications. His recent clients have included Hermes, Miu Miu, COS, Under The Influence, Vogue Hommes International, Numero Berlin, Wallpaper*, The Plant, The Gourmand and The New York Times. Samson has exhibited his work internationally, including at London’s National Portrait Gallery as part of the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize in 2015. Samson lives and works in London.