September 2012 - Shoot|Photographers Agent London | Shoot|Photographers Agent London


Søren Solkær photographed Arctic Monkeys for one of the five covers of the GQ Men of the Year 2013 special issue which is out today.

Ahead of the GQ Awards, Søren joined the Band of the Year winners in LA for a typical day of sun, palm trees, burgers and milk shakes.

Get your copy of the GQ ‘Arctic Monkeys’ Limited Edition and see the full 5 page spread – OUT NOW

Time is the theme of the new issue of 125 Magazine and Gavin Watson‘s 14 page story ‘Neville’ reunites him with his brother, the model/muse of his teenage years.  This is the first time the pair have worked together as artist and subject for many years and it serves to highlight the changes time has wrought on them.

When 125 asked Gavin what was the biggest difference he cited the difficulty in persuading Neville, now an internationally renowned DJ, to participate.

Gavin explains, ‘Previously, he was at ease in front of the camera but Nev didn’t want to look like the person he was at that young age.  He wanted his evolved personality to show through.  He’s very different man today.’

But in spite of Neville’ initial doubts, the piece, centred on the sharp but simple idea of contrasting images of past and present, works brilliantly.  It is evocative and grittily tender as it explores the interplay of constancy and change.

To see more and find out where to buy 125 go to


The prolific Gavin Watson returns a third time for Dr Martens campaign this time featuring punk princess and ‘IT’ girl, Alice Dellal for AW12. Individual Style. United Spirit.

Creating an intriguing tale from the bar to the bath tub, as always, Gavin leaves us wanting more.

Jay Brooks brings you The Teds – a sneak preview. As part of his ongoing dance project to photograph the unusual to the extreme, his latest endeavour, The Teds, is really something special.

Recently Jay spent a very sweaty Saturday night locked up, camera in hand, doing his own dance to capture these intimate portraits. Absolutely brilliant!

During the month of August, Pip set out to photograph a series of contrasting urban and natural landscapes. Shot in London throughout the Olympic games he describes his motivation behind the  project …

“Although I love portraiture, it’s always nice to break away and do something completely different once in a while. Despite the unprecedented crowds in our sprawling metropolis, these images are about human absence.”

See the full set of images and read the introduction to Track and Field.

Strictly Come Dancing 2012 – Currently on set shooting day 5 (of 6), Ray Burmiston is right in the swing of it photographing the team, celebrities and dancers.

Here we bring you the judges – Craig Revel Horwood, Darcey Bussell, Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli

It all begins this Saturday 15th September on BBC1 with an all star line up.

The gorgeous Fearne Cotton gets sultry for the camera and photographer Ray Burmiston as she shows of her latest fashion range for Very.

Recently Shoot Production has been busy working closely with the Sky Creative team to produce two of these fantastic billboard campaigns…

Brand new comedy shows – Moone Boy – starring Chris O’Dowd –  photography by Danielle Levitt and Spy – starring Darren Boyd and Robert Lindsay – photography by Dimitri Daniloff

America’s favourite Jewish moms, Ronna and Beverley, looking fabulous on the couch for You Mag with Jay Brooks behind the lens.

Rebecca Miller photographs the Slashies – young entrepreneurial Londoners making two job works.

On the cover and inside of today’s ES Magazine, Rebecca’s playful portraits capture the energy of these savvy moonlighters; .

Citizens of Farah – these trendy guys put their best face forward when they entered to become models for the Farah A//W12 campaign and they didn’t disappoint.

Photographed by Gavin Watson he brought out the inner bad boy whilst sharply cut in their Farah fineries.

The Farah A//W12 collection is out now.

Jay Brooks photographs Tamsin Greig once again and this time in character for the Royal Court’s critically acclaimed play, Jumpy posters. A must see.