Giles Revell (b. 1965) is a London based conceptual art photographer working internationally on print, motion, and integrated campaigns. As a master of many mediums, both physical and digital, Giles walks the line between craft and aesthetic goals, creating naturally graphic, visually arresting and conceptual images. Renowned for his attention to detail and ability strip away the unnecessary, he reveals the elements of an idea, allowing it to become clear. His specialty is working backwards from a concept to help define the best means to accomplish creative goals. Much of this collaborative commercial work has come from ongoing personal exploration projects. Giles’s non-commercial artwork is represented internationally by Michael Hoppen Gallery in London. Today we present you with Giles Revell’s intricately engineered body of work commissioned by the newly revamped Royal Opera House in London. Revell utilized a revolutionary new imaging process capturing both the shape and
colour of movement while encapsulating the emotional intensity of the art form.