Chris photograph 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.
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!
Increasingly, we live in a 24 hours world but what’s it like going to work when everyone else is heading for bed? Phil Fisk spent several nights working with the night crew meeting Maxi More, Edwin, Darren, Ramjen and Chris. To read the full article online, click here.
Chris Floyd always has a story to tell when photographing celebrities. Experienced, confident, swift and above all charming on set. Here, in his own words is what happened when he photographed Robert De Niro.
When he walked in I introduced myself to him but he never introduced himself to me. Just a short but not unfriendly “heyhowyadoin’”. More of a statement than a question. At a certain point during the course of the shoot he becomes distracted by a series of questions from one of his business advisors. The clock is ticking so I have to say the guy’s name to get his attention and get him back to the matter at hand. But what do I call him?
For a good two minutes I’m turning it over in my head. The publicist had referred to him as ‘Mr de Niro’ but I thought I’m not going to call him that. What else? Robert? Bob? Bobby? Scorcese always calls him Bobby. We’re not at that level of familiarity yet, maybe I should split it down the middle? Respectful but not overawed. So finally, I take the plunge and say it.
“HEY BOB!….” and he looks back at me and says “Yes Sir!” with a small salute.
It is with great pleasure to share these wonderfully honest and authentic portraits of Gary Barlow taken by Chris at Wormwood Scrubs late in the afternoon on Midsummer’s Day with barely a soul around.
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.
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.