Gregory Prescott is an artist whose work has successfully embraced both the inner and outer beauty of men and women of diversity, with work exhibited in notable galleries in Los Angeles and New York. As a self-taught photographer, this is an artist who uses his camera as a paintbrush with the mission of diversifying the cultural spectrum of fine art photography and broadening the definition of what is considered beautiful.
Gregory Prescott works in a figurative fine art photography style. Prescott’s artistic process sees him working with live models, directing them and posing them in detail. He works with subjects of different race, gender, sexuality, body, skin, and hair types with the objective of presenting more diversity in fine art photography. His work consists of a vast array of portraits and nudes.
His work draws inspiration from an intrigue for the beauty of the human form when shot artistically, coupled with a strong desire to overcome the taboo associated with nudity and the human form. His work also draws inspiration from the work of Herb Ritts and Andreas Bitesnich.