November 2012 - Shoot|Photographers Agent London | Shoot|Photographers Agent London

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The Winslow Boy by Terrence Rattigan– currently showing at The Old Vic these rich and discerning posters bring this Edwardian classic to life- photography by Jay Brooks.

Its big and beautiful

Gavin Watson is in the 02 edition of the super sized, biannual Upon Paper Magazine, appearing along side the greats: David Bailey, Nick Knight, William Eggleston, Wolfgang Tillmans, Solange Brand & many more.

To get your very own copy  Upon Paper Stockists

Ricky Gervais and Karl Pilkington are returning this November for another rip roaring season of An Idiot Abroad and this time round they are toting the brilliant Warwick Davis.

Ray Burmiston was there to see them off on their travels. Keep your eyes peeled for the digital 6 sheets and billboards up now all over the uk. Click here to see more.

Jay Brooks Photographs Sex Machine and Class Clown Jack Whitehall for the ShortList, see the full story here. Happy Friday Everyone!

 

Currently showing at Rock City Art Gallery is The Smiths and Morrissey Exhibition. Featuring a couple of images from Shoot photographer, Paul Rider, his illustrious archive never fails to surprise.

The show runs until November 29 and entry is free.

Working with brand agency Beige London and Virgin Media, Ray Burmiston photographs “devout onesie wearer”, Lucy Mecklenburgh.

Unveiling the Virgin Media TiVo onesie, Ray captured these playful images of the TOWIE star as she showed there are many ways to rock the garment from cosy to sexy…we think she wears it well.

Jack and Jones AW12 campaign – currently one of the biggest jeans brands around, Søren Solkær Starbird is the resident campaign photographer for Jack and Jones.

Featuring a rustic and masculine- Andre Van Noord- here are just a few images from the AW12 Vintage collection.

This weekend was all about Jay Brooks as his images graced the covers of both the Guardian Weekend and The Sunday Times- Culture.

 

First up was Britain’s latest (reluctant) hero, Bradley Wiggins for Saturday’s Guardian Weekend feature, as the Tour de France winner sported a very different look for the camera.

 

Second up was Jay’s images of starry eyed Sally Hawkins and Rafe Spall, on the cover and inside The Sunday Times – Culture, for their upcoming play – Constellations.

Check out more of Jay Brooks’ amazing portfolio here.