A new personal series by Jonathan Minster looking at the abstract beauty of offal with just a hint of Rothko. The project shot in collaboration with food stylist Peta O'Brien features obedient kidneys with mustard, liver and bacon and the ever textural tripe and onions. Delicious.
Delighted to share this wonderful new personal project 'Bronze Age' by Chris Floyd featuring the beautiful Hannah Gillespie. Superb bronzing skills by make up artist Caroline Barnes which included painting these delicious freckles and amazing sunny summer hair by Charley Mcewen. Let's hope for an Indian Summer this September and get back to the beach!
The latest instalment of Tom's ongoing project exploring farming through the seasons. Tom visited Fern Verrow, a biodynamic farm set in the foothills of the Black Mountains in Herefordshire. The land has been farmed by Jane Scotter and Harry Astley since 1996 and they’ve created a truly inspiring corner of this island, cultivating a wide range of seasonal flowers, vegetables, fruit, and herbs.
Tom’s project is inspired by Clare Leighton’s The Farmer’s Year - a wonderful book of words and wood engravings, published in the 1930's.
A colourful ongoing personal project by Phil Fisk inspired whilst building his new studio and office space. Working with Mark, a carpenter and builder (and a Goldsmiths Fine Art Graduate), Phil began to appreciate the aesthetic properties of his trade and the materials and tools Mark used whilst around the building. This grew into documenting all the tradespeople who came to work on the new studio. The textures and colours of their tools and materials dictated how Phil then composed the portraits.
Summer holiday has started and it can only mean one thing. Pony Club Camp = more rosettes than you can shake a stick at, being able to dismantle a bridle in under 10 seconds and spending oodles of time with other people who love ponies just as much as you. Wonderful personal series from Chris Floyd.
Recently Chris Floyd photographed the wonderful Victoria Beckham in her Dover Street Store for Sotherby's. Victoria exhibited a range of Old Masters at her London store including these seen here - ‘Portrait Of A Man With Spotted Fur Collar’ by Lucas Cranach The Elder and Portrait Of A Lady’ attributed to Bernardino de’ Conti.
Tom Bunning was delighted to be invited to Lords Cricket Ground earlier this year. His images soak up the atmosphere of the tours at the Lords Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC). Lords is the most famous Ground in the world, steeped in over 200 years of history and tradition. It's also the keeper of the Laws of Cricket and the art, history and evolving cultural identity of the Game at all levels.
Photographed on location at the William Morris Red House in Bexleyheath for the Observer Magazine, Phil Fisk captures the elegance of Florence Welch from Florence and the Machine. The pre-raphaelite location is clearly the perfect place for Florence, with stunning gardens in full bloom and wonderful interiors in the historic house.
Stunning personal still life work from Phil Fisk in association with Vicky Twyman combining biology and food. Inspired by the visual language of cellular photography, they built their own internal dreamy, fleshy, fruity world where colour meets texture.
If I'm too strong for some people, that's their problem.' Glenda Jackson pulling no punches.
These studies were based upon trainee tattoo artists working on pork flesh before moving to human commissions as pig skin is anatomically similar to that of humans. In this personal series, Jonathan wanted to suggest that the animal has been tattooed prior to being slaughtered. He now has a great relationship with his butcher who believes Jonathan is a very adventurous cook. Currently Jonathan's taking a break from eating pork.... and musing on the ethics of factory farming.
Specially commissioned for Bafta, these series of portraits by photographer Phil Fisk celebrate the art and passion of the film making industry,
Portraits of our favourite human for The Observer who featured Julie’s new film “Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool”. Walters plays a scouse mum, who took Gloria Grahame into the back bedroom of her terraced house in 1981 to nurse her through terminal cancer.