February 2012 - Shoot|Photographers Agent London | Shoot|Photographers Agent London
A quite remarkable piece to set you up for the weekend. Here is a dramatic image from Paul Rider of the good ladies and gentleman of The Spirit of the Age, you can see more of his work on their web site (see below). They are Tori Gray, Alexander Sprague, Tanja Tzarovska, Montgomery Sadler, Rodney Earl Clarke performing “Reconciliation” a new work composed and produced by Anthony and Gaynor Sadler who are one of the UK’s foremost writing teams.   The powerful and moving video of their performance of Pie Jesu is on Youtube.

Opening on 1 March, Søren Solkær Starbird‘s exhibition at DCI will, among others, include portraits of Pete Doherty, David Lynch, Amy Winehouse, Arctic Monkeys, Lily Allen, Franz Ferdinand, The White Stripes, together with established music icons such as PJ Harvey, Bjørk and Sir Paul McCartney.

“Søren’s portraits, ranging from deep and intimate studies to large format cinematic scenes shot in mind-blowing locations, have been featured in the world’s leading magazines for which Søren Solkær Starbird also has worked: Q, GQ, Arena, Rolling Stone and Wallpaper.” DCI

The opening is 1 March 5pm-6pm and Søren Solkær Starbird will be present for an artist’s talk 6pm-7pm. Admission is free, but booking to the artist’s talk is essential.

The exhibition opens 1 March and continues until 26 April. The exhibition is on show at The Danish Cultural Institute, 3 Doune Terrace, Edinburgh – opening hours are Monday to Thursday from 10am to 4pm.

For further information, please contact Mette Fruergaard by email: event@dancult.co.uk or phone: 0131 225 7189.

 

Eve Best returns to The Old Vic in March 2012, in John Webster’s great tragedy, The Duchess of Malfi, directed by Jamie Lloyd. Eve Best is photographed by Jay Brooks for the Old Vic.

The Duchess of Malfi will open on 28 March 2012, previewing from 17 March.

It was a big day for Blur…yesterday it was confirmed they will headline an Olympics 2012 show in Hyde Park and then went to the Brits to take home the award for Outstanding Contribution to Music.

It’s not surprising, this week they appear on the cover of NME, photographed by none other than Dean Chalkley – NME winner of Outstanding Contribution to Music Photography.

How Britain fell in love with breakfast…Grace Dent’s breakfast in bed, photographed by Jay Brooks, at the Hazlitt’s hotel, London W1 for Observer Food Monthly breakfast edition – Sunday 19th February, 2012

A man who is usually only seen behind the lens, Pip brings British Cinematographer, Ben Smithard, into focus for 1883 Magazine‘s Film Issue.

Currently the talk of tinseltown with his latest and greatest ‘My Week with Marilyn’….see the full story in Issue 4 out now.

 What is not to love about these exquisite images from Rebecca Miller for Nica Bags.

Colourful, romantic and feminine with lovely textures…we could definitely get carried away and lost in this story forever.

See more from Rebecca’s Nica Bag shoots and fashion photography here 

Although not out on release until 5 March 2012, here are a selection of images from Simon Fowler‘s shoot with Katie Melua, for the new album, Secret Symphony.

Simply stunning! And we’re pretty sure the album will be too.

 

In the same week that Jack White released his first solo single (with debut album to follow), Marcus Collins (not one to mess around following his xfactor stardom) has taken on the man himself and released a very catchy cover version of The White Stripes ‘Seven Nation Army.’

Shot by Amit & Naroop, the single cover image, with its lovely tones and textures, is representative of the Marcus Collins modern pop twist.

 

 

Adrian Green‘s Retro Future fashion shoot for Sport&Street Magazine S//S 2012 – Issue 62