Here are a few images from my on-going work for international specialist banking and asset management group, Investec. These images of their staff are being rolled out as part of Investec’s ongoing marketing campaign. Shot at The Hari Hotel, London.
We were up in Manchester recently to shoot Manchester City’s man of the moment Gabriel Jesus. We set up in the ever glamorous changing room and had 20 minutes to capture the shoot. Gabriel’s interpreter was on hand to translate “eat the candy floss” – some of the concepts were on the wacky side. The brief was to keep it childlike, fun and energised. We took care of all the production – finding a drum, candy floss and confetti, as well as a small ride-on motorbike – all with only 8 hours’ notice – no problem.
The Bobby Moore Fund was set up by Stephanie Moore in partnership with Cancer Research UK, following the death of her husband, Bobby, from bowel cancer. The England Footballers Foundation is the charity’s official partner and has worked alongside the Fund to raise awareness of bowel cancer and its symptoms. England’s friendly against Brazil is in aid of the Fund’s work. Here are some images I took of the players as part of the campaign.
For more information on how you can support Cancer Research UK’s life-saving bowel cancer research, visit www.bobbymoorefund.org.
Shot on San Francisco’s Potrero Hill, here are a few more images from my recent Athleisure shoot. We chose the location because it provided a strong sense of place with great views across the city, as well as vibrant colours from the mural which we used as a graphic backdrop. Shooting in high temperatures with strong harsh sunlight, we scrimmed the sun and bounced in available to fill.
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.