A recent image of Phil Neville - head coach of the England womens football team the ‘lionesses’. The team had a great run in the World Cup. As well as shooting Phil up at St Georges Park I also photographed key player Fran Kirby down at Chelsea just before she departed for England squad duties. The sports portrait of Fran were shot on the training pitches.
Recent advertising photography shoot for BBH Shanghai. We were tasked with capturing images of Neymar for huguley popular Chinese beer brand Harbin. The portrait images will be used across China in a range of forms from social to point of sale. As ever a very tight schedule (and an injured ankle) called for some lateral thinking. We shot a number of excursions from traditional sports portraits to more lifestyle photography. Below is are some of the final images, one of the final pieces of artwork, a small behind the scenes time-lapse and some behind the scenes images.
A recent studio lifestyle shoot for Benefit Cosmetics as part of their new product launch on their Hoola range. We handled all aspects of the shoot production in-house. Working with some of the UK’s biggest influencers we designed a two set shoot plan, allowing us to quickly jump from our tropical jungle setup to a simpler, cleaner plain pink background. Below are some of the final images, some behind the scene images from the shoot day as well as our original scamp for the concept. The images have been rolled out across a number of assets including in-store.
A recent commission to produce the key visual identity to this year’s Third Sector Awards. The awards highlight all the amazing work done by those working for charities.
We used a light painting technique to capture a series of portraits of previous winners - all done in camera. Below is the first released press advert, a timelapse of the shoot and some other shots that will be rolled out across a range of assets in coming months. It was great working as an advertising photographer for such an important cause.
These images are from a recent shoot with drag queen and gay rights activist Rory O’Neill, also known by his stage name of Panti Bliss. The focus here was on life and celebration. Shot for Gilead Sciences, a research-based biopharmaceutical company, which actively addresses unmet medical needs for patients living with life-threatening diseases globally. As an advertising photographer it was a joy to work with Rory a consummate professional.
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 in London a great space to shoot these commercial photography portraits. .
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. As a sports portrait photographer I was asked to capture these images ahead of 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. As a lifestyle photographer more used to working in London the heat make a pleasant change.
A recent shoot for Russell Investments, travelling between Seattle and London. Using real employees as models, and custom built props on both sides of the Atlantic. As an advertising photographer it was my first time shooting in Seattle.
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. It was a great shoot and and i’m really happy with the images - a great addition to my body of work as a lifestyle photographer.
Here are a few images from a recent Athleisure shoot in San Francisco. We had a reccy day to scope out the best sites and shot these images on Ocean Beach to the west side of the city. Overlooking Seal Rocks, the shots were taken in the early morning, so that the beach would be relatively quiet. As a lifestyle photographer you can’t beat the light on the west coast.
Here’s a sneak peek at some of the work I’m doing with Stand Up To Cancer, an initiative launched by Channel 4 and Cancer Research to help raise funds for research and ground-breaking clinical trials in the battle against cancer. The main campaign will run later on this year across various platforms; lots of great people involved, including Edith Bowman and Ore Oduba as featured here. A fun shoot and as a portrait photographer everyone was a dream to work with.
Here are some more images from my on-going work for international specialist banking and asset management group, Investec. These latest pictures of their staff are being rolled out as part of their ongoing advertising campaign across a multitude of their assets.
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. As a sports portrait photographer I love working on location as much in in the studio.
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.
A recent shoot to revamp leading cosmetic surgery firm Transform’s library of images. All subjects are real life patients who have undergone a number of non-surgical procedures. We shot in the studio in Shoreditch and handled all aspect of production in house including: styling and shoot production for OOH, print and web use.