George Selley (born 1993) is a London based photographer and filmmaker. George currently teaches photography at Fine Arts College, in Camden, while studying for his MA in Photojournalism & Documentary Photography at the London College of Communication. Having begun his further education in Anthropology, George's work continues to be heavily researched based, but with conceptual elements often present. His work has been published in magazines such as Dazed, Huck, The British Journal of Photography, and Fisheye Magazine.
This year George received the Paris Photo Carte Blanche Student Award 2017. He was also a finalist in the Felix Schoeller Best Emerging Photographer Award 2017. He has been exhibited at the Felix Nussbaum Museum of Cultural History, Germany; The Grand Palais at Paris Photo 2017; the Fondazione Marangoni Gallery in Florence, Italy, the Ostrołęka Festival of Photography, in Poland and the Green Rooms Gallery in London. His 2015 documentary Study Drugs was selected and screened at the 2015 American Public Health Association Film Festival, in Chicago. George is a co-founder of the Carte Blanche Collective, and a member of Inpro Photography Collective.
Finalist Belgrade Photo Month, New Talents Award
Winner Paris Photo Carte Blanche Student Award
Finalist Felix Schoeller Best Emerging Photographer Award
Finalist Photo X, Art Gemini Prize
Finalist Celeste Visible White Photo Prize
Finalist American Public Health Film Festival
Paris Photo, Grand Palais, Paris. November.
Gare du Nord, Paris. November - December.
Felix Nussbaum Museum of Cultural History, Germany. October.
Ostrołęka Festival of Photography, Poland. October.
Fondazione Marangoni Gallery, Florence. September.
Green Rooms Gallery, London. February
American Public Health Film Festival, Chicago. October.