Last year I was asked by Marina Willer from Pentagram to shoot a poster for the Ferrari Exhibition: "Under the Skin" at the Design Museum. I've worked with Marina on a number of interesting projects over the years so jumped at the chance. The car chosen was the iconic Ferrari F40, a "racing car built for the road", and the team at Pentagram managed to track down an immaculate example. Ideally we would have shot this in a car studio, but due to deadlines and logistics the onl
When certain Art Directors approach you, you almost don't need to ask about the project. You just say yes! Jay Hess is one of those people, so when he called me about a potential shoot for Harlan + Holden I didn't hesitate. The shoot would involve a number of still images and a motion piece. The subject would be the Camino shoe, the key feature of which is its lightness. The brief was to explore different natural materials and actions that suggest lightness. A recurring theme
I regularly shoot Jewellery for UK Harpers Bazaar. Usually it's Still Life but sometimes the shoots will involve models. This particular shoot was one of my favourites from last year. It appeared in the December 2017 issue. The model is the amazing Alana Henry at Lenis. The styling was by Florrie Thomas, Hair and Make up was Julia Wren and the manicure by Zarra Celik.
Throughout 2017 I collaborated with Gillian Obrian and The Flower Laboratory on a number personal and commercial projects. Gillian has an incredibly intuitive and creative approach to plants and flowers. This particular series involved taking single stems and slicing away sections with a scalpel. As is often the case, what lies beneath the surface can be more intriguing than what is on the surface. Through a process of trial and error, we narrowed it down to four flowers. T