The album is his second self produced record, and features good friends and fellow musicians Blood Orange, Robyn, Kelela, Tawiah, and Ghanaian rapper M.anifest. Drowned In Sound said “everything is played to perfection throughout the album, the vocal performances uniformly excellent, the mix about as professional and clear as it gets, the gentle jazz feel perfectly and faithfully recreated”.
An interview for Noisey, Vice Magazine’s music title, featuring Rebecca’s images can be seen on their website.
Pip recently swapped his usual portrait work in London for a perfect sunny day in Tunbridge Wells to photograph BBC rising star, Fergus Flanagan, who introduced him to the world of magic and illusion.
Totally convinced by his powers, Pip captured these amazing images of Fergus doing his thing.
One European fashion brand, one NY fashion photographer, thirty photography and film crew, six outdoor London locations in one day…
It was just over one week ago the clouds broke and the rain decided to have a day off (phew!) allowing us to produce one epic shoot!! We can’t reveal the campaign images and film just yet but as soon as we can, you’ll hear about it!
Behind the scenes photo by Richard Johnson.
Throughout the 80’s Paul Rider photographed every major musician/ band in the country so it’s no surprise to see his illustrious archive having a revival in the music press as they continue to reform, re-release greatest hits and honoured with legendary status.
This week is a double feature of Manchester lads (and gal) – Stone Roses‘ Ian Brown (and the band) graces the cover of Q Magazine whilst his picture of New Order takes a full page in NME as ‘Blue Monday’ is listed No.5 in the ‘100 Greatest Songs of NME’s Lifetime…So Far‘.
To see more of Paul Rider’s celebrated archive and reminisce in the 80’s (plus much more) please visit his website.
Rocking the 50s look in girly pastels, golden light, and of course bubblegum!!
Rebecca Miller shoots the ‘Bubblegum Bitch’ pop star, Marina and the Diamonds, for American fashion and culture magazine, PAPER, as she promotes her follow up album, Electro Heart.
Laura Wade’s acclaimed play Posh, a fictionalised account of a Bullingdon style Oxford dining club, has reopened in the West End at The Duke of York’s Theatre.
Jay Brooks photographed the cast including some of London’t most eligible young actors for these very POSH posters.
Jay Brooks’ cover story for Saturday’s Guardian Weekend brilliantly revealed a very different Gordon Ramsey from the foul mouthed kitchen god of old. The intimate, subtle images show a man battered but unbowed, but vulnerable; devoid of brashness and with an honesty that has rarely been seen before. Ramsey’s next project is Gordon Behind Bars, training a select band of inmates of Brixton Prison to become chefs, which airs on Channel 4 from 26th June.