This was shot at White Rabbit Studios in Shoreditch for the cover of Sport, for a retrospective feature on Peter Crouch’s career, in anticipation of him scoring his 100th Premier League goal. Peter had a few days off, so we managed to get a very easy-going full hour with him for this cover and main feature spread.
In light of the release of the animated adaptation of Raymond Briggs’ book, Ethel & Ernest, Waitrose Weekend interviewed Jim Broadbent, who voiced the part of Briggs’ father, Ernest. This image was taken in London.
Shot for the ongoing project Sport Uncovered, but this time we went on location and photographed Louis at his training gym in Northampton. We practised a few moves beforehand to make sure we got the right body positioning and used a harsh clip light to define his silhouette. Louis is back from a two-month suspension by British Gymnastics.
These images were taken for a feature on Northern Irish boxer Carl Frampton, shot on location at his gym in West London (where he trains with Shane McGuigan, son of boxing legend Barry McGuigan). Carl was training in a sparring session, so we couldn’t use any flash. After he’d finished we had 10 minutes to take some portraits.
Shot for the Army, in conjunction with Forever Sports, as part of a feature highlighting the importance of teamwork within Army jobs. The shoot took place at the Royal Artillery Barracks in Woolwich.
This shoot was for a marketing campaign for Save the Children. We have just received new visuals of how the work was used in different contexts and across different platforms including mobile and digital apps, the main microsite, as well as DM and social. The project was Art Directed by James Wright. You can view more of his outstanding work by clicking HERE.
Shot for EasyJet’s Traveller magazine at Texture restaurant in West London. This image is the cover for a wider feature on the Icelandic food revolution. The aim was to create a light and amusing visual – a big beastly Viking sat at a table of very delicate Michelin food!
An alternative image from the shoot is below, as well as the finished front cover. Click HERE for a sneaky behind-the-scenes video.