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.
The amazing John Cooper Clark photographed by Phil Fisk for Observer Food at Hix Soho.
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.
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 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.
Holland & Holland invited Tom into their amazing workshop earlier this year. It's not surprising that over 1000 hours are spent engraving the artwork freehand onto the components that go into a Holland & Holland gun which includes engraving pin heads.
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.
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.