Glashier is a self-taught filmmaker and photographer .
Working out of both London and Berlin, he specializes in high-concept music video campaigns and has collaborated with a diverse selection of artists including: Fatboy Slim, Juliette Lewis, Chrissy Hynde, Black Peaks, Tiger Cub and TRAAMS, to name a few. Recently featured on Promo News as ‘one of the UK’s most prolific video directors’, he has made close to 300 music videos in the last eight years for artists across the globe.
Glashier’s longstanding connection with the music industry has seen him direct 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. He even went on to direct Nihls Fram’s classic live-recording session ‘Toilet brushes’ at St John’s church in Hackney. In 2013 he curated a selection of bands for his music documentary, Late Night Lingerie, which explores the emerging garage-rock scene and was also behind the cult music show – The Porter Report.
The official photographer for the Mercury Prize, Glashier has pictured the likes of Damon Albarn, FKA Twigs and Royal Blood – for whom he took the very first press shots, featured in NME. His photography for The Wytches was published in Subculture magazine and he has created record covers for Nostalgia 77 and Brian Deady.
An accomplished analog photographer, Glashier recently shot a Berlin-based campaign for the fashion brand, American Apparel. An editorial and cover piece was commissioned by Bad to the Bone magazine and he has an editorial in 35mm magazine. He is part of the analogue photography collective, Format 34, and recently featured in their ‘Ride’ exhibition. He currently has selected works on display in New York.
Glashier’s passion for filmmaking and generating new creative content for clients has seen him create viral adverts, online content and many more promotional pieces. He has collaborated with clients such as: MTV, Sony PlayStation, Innocent Smoothie, Bud Ice, O’Neill and Firetrap; as well as directing an award-winning fashion film for Gresham Blake.
The ethos, to “Keep Shooting” applies throughout his work in both a commercial and artistic capacity. It continues to allow him to explore the world, meet exciting and innovative people, and experiment with and develop his love for film.