Lovely new portrait amongst the Cherry Blossom from Joseph’s Knitted Camouflage series.
Seth Globepainter is one of the world’s best known street artists. For the last 15 years he has been working around the theme of childhood. Joseph met him when they were artists in residence at MAUSA museum of street art in Alsace last year (Joseph photographed him infront of his work THOR which you can see in his folio.)
Seth had painted a series of murals around the Marché des Batignolles in the 17th in Paris, all based on children’s books which were the perfect backdrop for another playful portrait in Joseph’s Knitted Camouflage series.
Joseph had the pleasure of being featured on ITV this week. He and knitter Nina Dodd were interviewed on their ongoing personal project Knitted Camouflage.
Beautiful portraits of the simply stunning Amanda Holden for Mail on Sunday, You Magazine by Chris
Earlier this year, Chris was commissioned to photograph the amazing Jack Savoretti for his album Singing to Strangers and sold out European tour.
A perfect project for Tom where he documented the craftspeople at Burleigh Pottery as they collaborated with Ralph Lauren on future classic pieces.
New commission from Tom who was delighted to revisit Lord's Cricket Club this year and explore artefacts from the museum for a new campaign.
Portrait of Director Yann Demange by Phil to accompany an essay on his tussle with identity in the US which can be read here. This and others are featured in a forthcoming book ‘The Good Immigrant US’ compiled by Nikesh Shukla and Chimene Suleyman. A collection of essays by first and second-generation immigrants exploring what it's like to be ‘The Other’ in an increasingly divided America.
New from Joseph from his Knitted Camouflage series. Joseph and his collaborator knitter Nina Dodd spotted the perfect location near Brighton, then Nina used 1950’s swimming costume patterns for that authentic itchy woollen feel to these rockpooling costumes.
Very happy to share new work from Phil Fisk for SkyOne: Curfew . Are you ready for the drive of your life…
We did some rather amazing short teasers with superb talent for the campaign - muted above but see three of our favourites here with the print campaign below.
Joseph chases the new Mazda 6 amongst and against the iconic, soaring London skyline for Zoom Zoom magazine.
Super campaign for the skincare specialists Elemis featuring their 4 Skin Story ranges, photographed by Jonathan.
Chris photographs the wonderful Emilia Fox for You Magazine.
We’re absolutely delighted to now represent photographer and director Joseph Ford. Long-time fans of his witty and cleverly executed imagery, we can’t wait to start on the next creative project.
Chris Floyd photographed seven actors for The Violet Book in one day for a fast and fun shoot. Tallulah Haddon, Aiysha Hart, Elise Chappell, Sarah Greene, Sorcha Groundsell, Elarica Johnson and Debbie Korley all feature in the article in the magazine, which interviewed each woman about femininity and how it feels to break into the industry in the era of #MeToo.
Chasing the Velar P300 weaving through the mountains through fading golden light in the Alps, Tom Bunning camped in a tent on the side of a mountain to get these brutally beautiful images, 2112 metres above sea level in a recent commission for the upcoming Swiss issue of Lodestars Anthology in collaboration with Land Rover.
Jonathan and his long-time collaborator, the fabulous food stylist Peta O’Brien worked together on this powerful graphic personal project. Both aware of the negative impact of plastic in our seas they developed this series loosely based on a distant memory of ships in (damaged plastic) bottles. There was only a small amount of retouching needed and everything on set was recycled and composted.
Phil had the pleasure to photograph Paula Rego in her studio for The Observer recently. Paula was born in Portugal in 1935, studied painting at the Slade in 1952 with Lucian Freud as her tutor and began exhibiting in the 1960s alongside David Hockney and Frank Auerbach, Paula has always been fascinated by fairytales and much of her pastel work reflects cruel fables and folklore with women at the epicentre. She is one of our greatest living painters and her work is currently exhibiting in Paris at the Musée de l’Orangerie till mid January 2019. Go see!