May 2011 - Shoot|Photographers Agent London | Shoot|Photographers Agent London









Celebrating Turnbull & Asser’s 130 years of bespoke mens tailoring, Pip shot England rugby international Lewis Moody in the London flagship store.

Since 1885 the prestigious company has created custom shirts for a jaw-dropping list of high profile clients from all over the world, including: Winston Churchill, Charlie Chaplin and every James Bond. Having been awarded the Royal warrant of appointment, they are now also official suppliers to the Royal Family.

Lewis Moody was impressed with the journey to create his luxury bespoke shirts: “Having a bespoke shirt has been a real eye opener for me and I thoroughly enjoyed the experience at Turnbull & Asser. I was delighted with the outcome of all the shirts as they fit beautifully and are perfectly suited to my lifestyle.’

Join Turnbull & Asser as they celebrate 130 years of British manufacturing and craftsmanship here.



On the 24th May Channel 4 assembled some of the nation’s best known comedians for their annual spectacular Comedy Gala – the biggest stand-up show ever – in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity. It airs on June 9th along with Dermot O’Learys Big Fat Comedy Gala. Dermot goes behind the scenes of the gala and  gossips with a host of stars including Lee Evans, Michael McIntyre, Sarah Millican, Rich Hall, Alan Carr and Jonathan Ross, among others. Our comedy king Ray Burmiston was of course on hand to capture the funny boys best sides.


we are delighted to be able to share with you a personal insight to the life and work of our celebrated connoisseur of all things sporty and entertaining. Adrian Green’s new blog delves behind the scenes of some of his recent shoots, from his young olympian project – Matti Mortimore; his commissioned work with Speedo, and our personal fave – Mr. Green himself running a 10k race, which as we are in something of a mischievous mood this morning we are posting here for your viewing pleasure.


F2 freelance photographer magazine interviews our rising star Pip for their cover story STARTING OUT.

“Pip, aged 22, talented, and already on his way to success in the ever tough world of music photography”

…. accompanied by a portfolio of Pips rich, intimate images, the feature even remembers to name check the Shoot ladies; thank you Pip & F2 magazine we salute you.