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.
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.
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.
Ruth Wilson photographed by Phil Fisk for Observer New Review.
Delighted to work with Nieves Barragan Mohacho who is head chef at the most excellent Barrafina Restaurants. Nieves and her pet Octopus were on the cover of June's Observer Food Monthly.
Delighted to see Phil's portrait of Paddy Considine in today's Guardian. Paddy is currently in the sold out Ferryman set in rural Derry in the early 80's written by Jez Butterworth and directed by Sam Mendes.
Glorious international campaign commissioned by Sky. Featuring Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan promoting The Trip to Spain directed by Michael Winterbottom.