Squire’s first glimpse of a future in photography came after seeing a spread of Peter Beard stuck in the mouth of an alligator while writing in his journal with beautiful women in the African landscape.
Born into a creative family, Squire was influenced by his mother, a painter and quintessential southern hostess and father and grandfathers - all furniture craftsmen who drank bourbon and ate oysters.
After studies at Savannah College of Art and Design and at The Maine Photographic Workshops, Squire moved to NYC in 1993 and assisted Bruce Weber, George Holtz, Gilles Bensimon, and Mary Ellen Mark. Since breaking out on his own, he has developed a client base that includes Vanity Fair, UK Conde Nast Traveller, Travel & Leisure, Food and Wine, Bon Appetit, Martha Stewart, Garden and Gun and he has created books for chefs Tyler Florence, Alex Guarneshelli, Jim Lahey and the Lee Brothers. Ad campaigns include Converse, Schwinn, GE, Target and Corning.
Squire lives with his wife and children and commutes between NYC and the surf in Charleston SC.
Represented by Tricia Joyce Inc