Alice Whitby is a London based photographer specialising in portraiture. Her commissions and personal work allow her to meet and photograph people from all walks of life, and the collaborative approach she takes to her work result in warm, unguarded portraits.

She is drawn to photographing people intimately in their homes or personal space, exploring each individual’s relationship with the environment they inhabit. This theme runs through her personal work documenting the transient lives of Property Guardians in London, and the more recent reflections on post-Brexit Britain in At Home in the UK.

Graduating with a first-class photography degree from Nottingham Trent University in 2008, Alice had since settled in London where she divides her time between long-term personal projects, editorial and commercial commissions.

Her clients include:

Telegraph Magazine | Stella | The Wall Street Journal Magazine | Condé Nast Traveller | Monocle | Drapers | The London Magazine | Financial Times | Action Aid | UN |  Lululemon | Direct Line | De’Longhi | L’Oreal | Mulberry | Hill & Friends | Sézane | Construct | Future Laboratory