Phil was commissioned by Observer Food Monthly to take portraits of key chefs alongside an article on the moment that made them a cook. The images above evoke that particular memory.
Jonathan was commissioned by Puma to produce a series of image that encapsulate the unique qualities of each of their three new football boots, Power, Speed and Touch.
Tom travelled to Iceland photographing the extraordinary landscape and the equally extraordinary Land Rover Discovery, Tom created a set of images that let the both the landscape and the 4x4 compliment each others rugged, yet beautiful forms.
Tom was commissioned by Levis to create a set of crafted images for their new Lot 1 project. Lot 1 was created by Levis as a way for customers to purchase made to order jeans made by their in house tailors.
I am absolutely delighted that Flock now represents amazing photographer Phil Fisk. A master of lighting and mood, a lover of film and narrative he was the perfect choice for BAFTA who commissioned this project which shines a light on the whole filmmaking process from famous faces in front of the camera to the magicians behind the scenes.
Mads worked with Art Director Gemma Fletcher on this personal project exploring photographing portraits through ink. Proud to say that the work went onto win a place in the PDN Photo Annual 2016.
Outstanding travel publication Lodestars Anthology commissioned Tom to explore the Stockholm Archipelago, the largest in Sweden for a forthcoming issue. Originally the inhabitants of the archipelago were farmers and fishermen but now it’s a popular holiday destination. Around 15% of the area is owned and protected by the Archipelago Foundation so that everyone can have access to the natural world offered by this beautiful place which has approximately 24,000 islands and islets waiting to be explored.
Delighted to be working with Virgin Active again on their launch for their new high intensity group cycling classes. Mads shot stills and a series of films specifically for their launches across the world. Flock managed all the pre and post production on the worldwide campaign.
AnCnoc commissioned Tom to photograph their new limited edition single malt created in partnership with Scottish fashion designer Patrick Grant. The golden honey coloured malt tastes sweet and fruity with notes of lemon and candied orange peel. The finish is long and satisfying with a bitter-sweet cocoa aftertaste. Patrick spent time with the men of Knock to fully understand and appreciate what brings anCnoc to life. This, of course, meant ensuring the golden liquid was a perfect match to the design!