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Kez Glozier

Kez Glozier

Born, raised and based in London, Kez Glozier is the Editor-in-Chief of The New British, alongside Art Director Neville Brody. In October 2012, Glozier launched the print edition of The New British: Issue Zero, a magazine exploring and documenting contemporary British counter-culture, in all of it's many aspects. Kez worked with Iconic photographer Nick Knight, shooting the cover story of Issue Zero, and Kez continues to work closely with photographers including, Kevin Cummins, Pennie Smith, Anton Corbijn and Dean Chalkley among others. He was commissioned at the end of 2013 to produce a collection of 8 short documentary films by the V&A, screened exclusively in their Lecture Theatre - working with Chris Steele-Perkins (MAGNUM) and war photographer Seamus Murphy, among others. He is now working on special projects with top brands and has been developing The New British into the digital arena, producing more independent short films and documentaries on Britain today, which are all soon to be launched as a new platform by The New British in 2014. In his early years and at just the age of 12, Glozier was a pen-and-ink illustrator whose first work was published in Jim Shelley's book 'Interference'. From leaving school at 16 he then became a contributor to publications such as Another Magazine, L'Officiel and Dazed & Confused, Glozier also designed the logo for Amy Winehouse's 'Lioness' record label and worked for special brand projects including M.A.C Cosmetics and BMW.

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