Born, raised and based in London. At the age of 12 Glozier’s first illustration work was published in Jim Shelley's ‘Interference’ book by The Guardian. At the age of 16 he became a contributor to publications such as Another Magazine, L'Officiel and Dazed & Confused among others. He also customised a car in Paris for BMW and designed the logo for Amy Winehouse's 'Lioness' record label.
In 2012, Glozier launched The New British, a hard-hitting magazine exploring contemporary British culture. It was independently published both in print (working alongside Neville Brody, former Art Director of The Face) and iPad App format - which was launched at the Apple Store and has since won awards including a Graphite Pencil at the D&AD Awards.
During that time, he was commissioned by the V&A to curate a series of new short documentary films to be screened at an event at the V&A’s Lecture Theatre.
Glozier then made his first short documentary entitled ‘Release’ which was selected and screened twice at Raindance Film Festival 2014. Glozier went on to write and direct his first commercial for Valentino which won a Epica Award in 2017. He is now developing a feature length film based on a two year documentary photo series on Young Skinheads.