Benedict Redgrove’s meticulously crafted and eloquently presented photographs ooze style and clean graphic quality.
Due to an eye for good design and functionality, whether he is documenting cars and technology – probably what he is best known for – intimate interiors, vast landscapes or staged still lives, Redgrove has a unique way of turning anything he photographs into a striking, intelligent image with a retro feel that makes it timeless and therefore permanently potent. Editorial work includes projects for Arena, GQ, New York Times Style magazine and of course Wallpaper*. Past clients have included Sergio Rossie, Nissan, Sony, British Airways, Honda, Jaguar, Renault and Toyota. Redgrove’s signature experimentation with composition, angles and scale is illustrated in his image for Wallpaper* Selects. Shot in 2005 at the private Bertone museum in Italy, the Alfa Romeo Carabo, which features in the photograph, is one of a number of radical one-off concept cars on display to those lucky enough to be invited.