AOP Awards 2017

Excited to announce that two of my portraits have been nominated for this year’s Association of Photographers Awards; one in the Commissioned Editorial Single category and one in the Non-Commissioned Portrait Single category. “The AOP Awards is the most prestigious and highly respected competition for professional photographers, worldwide.”

The awards ceremony itself is taking place on 12th October at the Old Truman Brewery in East London, with the exhibition open to the public until the 16th.

 

The Prime Minister – Ten Downing Street

I was recently asked to photograph the Prime Minister, Theresa May at 10 Downing Street. A tricky shoot from the outset. I presumed time would be tight: details their end were at best vague.

Access was heavily restricted so it was just me and whatever I could carry. Time was tight; very tight; three minutes from first to last frame.

Crissy Field

Here are some more images from my recent Athleisure shoot in San Francisco. These were taken right by the landmark Golden Gate Bridge and recreation ground Crissy Field. Styling and makeup was handled by Californian-based stylist Michelle Rivet.

Stand Up To Cancer

I’ve recently been working on a lot of aspects of this year’s Stand Up To Cancer campaign. These images featured in the press launch and were widely used across national and regional titles. The theme was centered around rebellion with select celebrities being transformed into their rebel heroes. Kirstie Allsopp turned Queen for a day, Davina McCall portrayed Joan of Arc, Krishnan Guru-Murthy was Jimi Hendrix and comedian Aisling Bea became Princess Leia from Star Wars.

The rest of the imagery, including an OOH campaign will be revealed ahead of the October event.