September 2011 - Shoot|Photographers Agent London | Shoot|Photographers Agent London



The Boston Globe asked Jay Brooks to picture comedian and Twitter lord Rob Delaney for their cover to coincide with the launch of the hilarious Catastrophe (series 2) in the USA.

Here are some things about Rob you may not know.

He was raised in Marblehead, Massachusetts.

In 2010, Paste magazine named him one of the ten funniest people on Twitter.

In May 2012, he became the first comedian to win the ‘Funniest Person on Twitter Award’ at The Comedy Awards hosted by Comedy Central.

His book Rob Delaney: Mother. Wife. Sister. Human. Warrior. Falcon. Yardstick. Turban. Cabbage. was published by Spiegel & Grau in November 2013.

It’s that time of year again when the Creative Review Photography Annual brings together and honours the finest photographic work produced in the last year and we are thrilled to announce that work from our very own, Dean Chalkley, will appear not once, not twice, but a total of three times!!!

The first image selected for publication is taken from a commercial project for Everything Everywhere, created by Figtree agency, to launch the new company formed by the Orange and T-mobile merger.

Everything Everywhere campaign

Even more exciting, the second and third pieces have been selected from Dean’s own personal project, Young Souls – a celebration of today’s Northern Soul club scene, currently enjoying a revival – and includes both a photograph and moving image entry. As quoted in Creative Review, ”The photographic aspect is a study focusing on the current burgeoning generation of young people getting into the scene, whereas the film brings the atmosphere and wonder of Northern Soul to life”.

Young Souls - Dean Chalkley personal project

Photography Annual 2011 will be published 26 October 2011 and you can watch the short film here on 125 Magazine’s website.

Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant are back with the notorious Karl Pilkington for Idiot Abroad 2: The Bucket List, and once again Ray Burmiston was there to capture them in the action (and having a laugh!).

If you haven’t seen it already, we’re sure you’ll see 1 of the 525 billboards around the UK…and yes, that’s a real block of ice!!

Dean’s interview on Brighton’s Cult Radio show ‘Pelirocco Platters’ will be broadcast on the evening of Tuesday 6th September between 6pm-8pm.

Click to go through to Pelirocco Platters at 6pm-8pm

The show hosted by Mick Habeshaw Robinson has had some great guests in the past, notorious characters such as Captain Sensible, Paolo Hewitt, Don Letts, Mark Baxter and Charlie Harper from the UK Subs have all been on the show …

If you miss this broadcast then it will be repeated on Wednesday 7th September between 10am-Noon and then available to download on Soundcloud

Appearing in Empire’s October 2011 issue in only her third ever interview, Jessica Chastain is now already a shining star. Playing Terrence Malick’s spiritual mother in The Tree of Life, Shoot photographer, Adrian Green, wonderfully captures her natural beauty and grace.

Journalist Tom Hibbert, who died last week, was one of the most influential writers about music and a key figure in the development of the music press, in particular Smash Hits and Q, that we have known and loved since the 1980’s. He was witty and subtly subversive and a full time enemy of pomposity and phoneyness in all its guises.  “Tom was the funniest, sharpest and most willfully eccentric person I ever worked with, probably ever met.” writes Paul Rider.  “The news of his death last week is very, very sad.  He had a very special talent that is sorely missed.”

Last chance this weekend to see Dean Chalkley’s amazing  ‘New Faces’ at the Reading Museum, where it has been part of ‘Reading, Steady, Go’ a celebration of Sixties style and all things mod.  The show, which previously ran for a month at London’s Book Club gallery is closing on Sunday 4 September.  It’s a study of eight young ‘Modernists’ who, with their sharp suits and sharper dance moves, are the latest inheritors of the smart but cool ‘Mod’ tradition.  To see images from the exhibition go Dean’s web site