Monday, July 09, 2018
We shot this work for accountancy firm PwC as part of their Demand More campaign at the end of last year. It was a packed two days shoot in multiple locations across London, some public spaces, some studio spaces that we had to turn into office and warehouse environments. Great team involved without which we would have been hard pressed to make it work, especially great props have to be given to Lou Greenaway at RAW production who did a sterling effort bringing it all together on time and on budget.
Agency: Geometry Global
Production: RAW Production
Hair and Make-up: Siobhon Luckie, David Artists
Stylist: Sasha Barrie, A&R Creative
Set Design: Lucy Blofeld
Monday, July 02, 2018
This was part of a feature I shot for House and Garden UK up in the wilds of Scotland, on the Black Isle. Part of the story involved visiting a forge called Black Isle Bronze, run by the enigmatic Farquhar Laing, son of the famous pop artist Gerald Ogilvie Laing. Here are some of the shots from the story.
Monday, June 25, 2018
Monday, June 18, 2018
I'm pleased to announce that I am now represented by Tea & Water Pictures in New York, London and Beijing. They are an exciting agency that have a some great production experience and a team with really diverse but complimentary backgrounds, so I'm excited to see what we can achieve together over the next few years!
They've also done a little interview with me which, if you're interested, you can read here
Monday, September 11, 2017
Liv Tyler photographed for Audi’s magazine. For this commission we had to travel to actors home in North London, where we proceeded to set up a small studio in her living room. She was great company, utterly charming and warm.
Below is a quick behind the scenes of our set-up; Profoto lights with brollies and painted canvas background from HAPACA studio. There's a sunbounce just on the left of frame acting as a spill-kill and flag for the window light.
Post shoot team snap
Wednesday, September 06, 2017
I was recently very pleased to be included in the British Journal of Photography's 'Portrait of Britain' exhibition which will be displayed throughout the UK during September. I've had two of my images selected for this years exhibition; out of the 8000 entries they chose 100 that made the cut. They will both be displayed at busy commuter hubs and public spaces across the U.K on JCDecaux digital advertising boards such as those in the images above and below - so keep your eyes peeled out for my portraits of Antony Gormley and the artist Mohammed Qasim Ashfaq!