Glashier is a self taught film maker and photographer, based in Berlin and London.



Glashier shoots exclusively on film capturing cinematic narrative images strongly influenced from his work as a film maker.


Starting out as the official photographer for the Mercury Music Prize his passion for analogue photography drives his work with commissions across the music industry for album covers, artwork, press shots and social media content. He’s also had editorials and covers for Bad to the Bone and 35mm magazine, a twelve page feature in Naked Magazine, campaigns for American Apparel and a week long take-over of The Photographers Gallery.


With fifty thousand plus Instagram followers he has a large social media following which has brought him recent speaking roles at various of workshops and talks across Europe from The Photography Show at the Birmingham NEC to the The Rural Workshop in Barcelona, Spain.


Film making:

As a film maker Glashier’s passion for narrative drives him to constantly shoot new stories in new places. Recently featured on Promo News as ‘one of the UK’s most prolific video directors’, he has made close to 350 music videos in the last ten years for diverse artists across the globe, from Fatboy Slim, Juliette Lewis and Chrissy Hynde to Krishane, Public Service Broadcasting and Dream Wife to name a recent few, shooting in Iceland, Ghana, Greece and Berlin in the last year alone and working with Hollywood actors like Juno Temple, Harry Shearer and of course, Juliette Lewis over the last decade.


His passion for filmmaking has seen him collaborate with a wide variety of commercial clients from MTV, Sony PlayStation, Innocent Smoothie, Bud Ice, The Wynn Vegas, O’Neill, and Firetrap as well as directing an award-winning fashion film for Gresham Blake.


He has directed and produced TV shows and documentaries covering much of the music world from the cult music show and viral hit The Porter Report, to documentaries on emerging UK garage rocks scene’s with Late Night Lingerie. He has also directed several trailers for BBC Radio 3 Late Junction at the prestigious BBC Maida Vale studios, which featured outstanding artists: Nihls Fram, Masayoshi Fujita, Guy Andrews and Mercury-Prize nominee, Ghost Poet. This music industry connection has also seen him create a variety of live DVDs and concert promos for artists such as Sasha, Bonobo, Maximo Park, Cherrytree Records, Spinal Tap live and The Mercury Awards.


“This job allows me to explore the world, meet exciting and innovative people and experiment with and develop this real love for film.”