Ed Alcock is an anglo-french photographer living in Paris. His work explores family, the intimate and personal mythologies. His first book, Hobbledehoy, which includes an original short-story by French author, Emmanuel Carrère, deals with the relationship between a mother and her young son.

His work has been presented in galleries and festivals in France and internationally (MYOP in Arles, Images Singulière in Sète, the Château d'Eau gallery in Toulouse, Paris Photo OFF, Berlin Monat der Fotografie OFF, LENTOS Kunstmuseum in Austria, Festival Photo La Gacilly). He contributes regularly to M - Le Magazine du Monde, The Guardian, The New York Times, Stern, Madame Figaro and El Pais Magazine. He is a member of Agence M.Y.O.P.