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.
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.
Chris photographs the wonderful Emilia Fox for You Magazine.
If I'm too strong for some people, that's their problem.' Glenda Jackson pulling no punches.
Chris photographed Greta Gerwig for her Oscar nominated directorial debut Lady Bird.
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.
Just love these beautiful fashion portraits of mothers and daughters Phil took for The Observer. 6 portraits in all - photographed over 3 hectic days on location at their homes.
Being a fan, Phil was delighted and a little nervous to photograph Louis Theroux for the Observer who ran an indepth article for his forthcoming film My Scientology Movie.
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.
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!
A very small selection of work from Tom who documented the exceptional fabrics and calm tailored clothes at back of house at the wonderful E. Tautz Autumn Winter 2016 collection during London Collection Mens.