January 2012 - Shoot|Photographers Agent London | Shoot|Photographers Agent London




Rebecca Miller photographed Natalie and Elliot Bergman, the duo at the heart of American rockers Wild Belle, for The Untitled Magazine.  They were celebrating the release of their second album for Columbia, ‘Dreamland’.  Brother and sister, they are definite about the importance of their relationship to the music. ‘Nothing gets between blood. We’re unbreakable. We have a bond that you can’t fuck up.’ said Natalie.

Here’s some of what The Untitled Magazine said about the band.  ‘Growing up in a musical household in Chicago, a city known for its Bluesy roots, it was only natural for siblings Natalie and Elliot Bergman to form a band together. Known as Wild Belle, the duo’s signature style combines Elliot’s penchant for reggae rhythms and tropical sounds with Natalie’s raw vocals and rockstar swagger. Both musicians play instruments and collaborate on songwriting but it was Natalie’s life that provided the basis for their second full-length album, Dreamland. Reeling from the end of a romantic relationship, she packed up her bags and drove across country, settling in Venice, California. There she penned most of the album which proves to be a slightly darker follow-up to the band’s catchy debut, Isles.’

Styling: Tiffany Briseno @ Wilhelmina Artists
Hair by Deborah Brider using Shu Uemura Art of Hair
Make up by Tadayoshi Honda
Shot on location at The Carlton Hotel and The Millesime restaurant, NYC

Taking a modern twist on what historically has been perceived as leisure wear for aristocratic gents, Gavin Watson captures these urban lads about town, and officially reinstates tweed as hip.

Reinvigorating ‘Dashing Tweeds‘ for a modern market, it’s simply illuminating, literally!

Read the full feature in the current issue of Jocks&Nerds – Winter 2011/2012 


Having photographed some of the biggest and breaking urban/ hip hop artists of 2011 – Wretch 32, Example, Stooshe to name a few – Amit & Naroop are showing no signs off slowing down for 2012 but they are shifting gear.

Here is just one image taken from their shoot with the sultry Delilah – chosen as one of 1Xtra’s hot 20 acts and MTV Brand New for 2012 – a very talented young thing with stars in her eyes.

On the streets of Shoreditch, Scarlet Page shoots the boys from Feeder – Grant Nicholas and Taka Hirose – ahead of their 2012 sellout shows.

Firstly, I know we’re a bit late but an official Happy New Year from Shoot! After a short break over the festive season Happy Archive Friday is back!

In celebration of it’s restoration and 2012 new beginnings, we think this image perfectly sums up those mixed January feelings.

Tricky and the lovely Martina circa 1995 by Paul Rider 

Big name, big sound! At the end of 2011, Pip did a press shoot with Liverpool rockers Sound of Guns for Distiller Records. The lads are set for their biggest UK tour to date, kicking off in March, so we expect to be seeing them and these pictures everywhere!

For your chance to see Dean Chalkley‘s ‘Young Souls’ photographic exhibition- with an addition of some new, exclusive, never-before-seen images- get yourself down to ‘England’s most Rock ‘n’ Roll Hotel,’ Hotel Pelirocco in Brighton.

The exhibition opens to the public from 20th January until 29th March 2012 and is FREE!!! For more info on the event and DJ line up, please join the Young Souls Facebook Group.


Simply entitled SKIN, Gavin Watson, ever so delicately, exposes the beautiful Theresa in Vice Style.

The exhibition showcasing the winners of the Nikon sponsored NME Music Photography Awards opens at The Printspace Gallery in Shoreditch on 6th January.  We would like to take this opportunity to once again congratulate Dean on his achievement, winning the award for The Outstanding Contribution to Music Photography!  Well done fella!

The awards exhibition features a collection of Dean’s work, while the picture above comes from his recent Kasabian shoot.

The show runs until 11th January.  For more information about it see www.nme.com/photoawards