Taking the Cullinan for a spin (/splash)… New work shot for Rolls Royce , photographed across various locations in the highlands of Scotland.
Potter Chris Keenan photographed by Tom Bunning for Floris London.
Tom Bunning focuses on Tom Broughton, spectacle maker and founder of bespoke hand-made eyewear company Cubitts, and furniture designer/maker Juan Junca at his Bermondsey workshop for Floris.
Since 2016, Berry Bros. & Rudd, London wine merchants founded in the 17th century, have commissioned a different artist each year to design the label for their much loved 'Good Ordinary Claret'. In 2019 Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard were commissioned to produce the label and they recreated a long forgotten Victorian invention - the multigraph - which, by clever arrangement of mirrors, allows people to be photographed in such a way as to render 5 versions of the sitter, all at different angles in the final image. Iain and Jane adapted the original invention by laster cutting the bottle's silhouette into the edges of the two mirrors that meet in the middle and slotting the bottle into the available hole. This clever trick and use of 21st century technology allowed for a final image with just one bottle but 5 wine glasses, the idea being that 'one bottle may nourish many glasses'. This photographed image then became the label for Berry Bros. & Rudd 2019 Good Ordinary Claret.
Artist Es Devlin for The Observer, shot at London’s Almeida theatre with her set-design for The Hunt.
Tom's recent campaign for Floris London and their new fragrance, Vert Fougère.
A beautiful and playful portrait series for Ink Global for the Atlas in-flight magazine. A wonderful shoot where Phil worked with fantastic chefs who were open and happy to perform in front of the camera.
Chris photographed Welsh TV broadcaster John Humphrys in the BBC Radio 4 'Today' studio. His final broadcast for the program was on Thursday 19th September 2019 and his new book is out on 3rd October.
Contemplative portraits of actor Renee Zellweger for the Observer, marking the release of her new film "Judy", about the life of Judy Garland.
Tom has been working with Rolls Royce for over 4 years now. Here’s his latest shoot, photographing the Wraith Eagle VIII and it’s fabulous interior.
Beautiful portraits of the simply stunning Amanda Holden for Mail on Sunday, You Magazine by Chris
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.
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.
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.