Back in the spring I shot the lead imagery for the new 'Dadpreneur' campaign for Not On The Highstreet. We spent a day with the lovely Ed Benn and his family. Ed runs a small design company called Stabo making screen prints from his home in Cambridgeshire. I shot the picture in the same style as my popular Handmade London project.
Here's the final image:
And here's how it was featured online and in print:
Things have been a little slow on the blog lately as we've been out shooting so much over the summer. So I'm pleased to be able to share some of the work we've been doing for Canon Europe and JWT. We've shot in London, Florence and the Italian Alps to create fresh lifestyle images to support the launch of the EOS 7D mark II, the XF205 camcorder and a whole range of Powershot compact cameras. You can see a few of my favourites below:
Been a bit quiet on the blog recently as we've been away shooting so much. But last month we were out in the British Virgin Islands shooting an image library for TUI Marine and their luxury yacht brand The Moorings. I shot for them last year in the Bahamas, and this shoot was to launch their latest boat, the 514 Power Cat - and very nice it was too. We shot for 6 days across 5 islands with 4 models on 3 yachts. Here are a few of my favourites. Big thanks once again to Shannan at TUI for the commission.
Last autumn I was commissioned by R/GA in New York to shoot for the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. The brief called for atmospheric pictures of London life that would appeal to a Generation Y audience, but with a focus on the overall scene rather than the people in them.
After casting a team of extras from Facebook and Twitter we hit the streets for 5 days with a lightweight crew to make staged documentary shots in style that could have been shot with a smartphone. Big thanks to Katie Higson and Tim Bowditch for assisting, Danny Bouchard and Bryony Collins at LPA for production support, and Tamara Lund at R/GA for the commission.
Several months ago I shot a new image library for Simple Skincare. Part of the Unilever stable, Simple are one of the fastest growing skincare brands in the world. We spent a grey rainy day in a location house in London with 10 models and 10 crew, and through some meticulous planning and clever lighting managed to smash our way through 20 sun-drenched setups by the time we wrapped.