February 2013 - Shoot|Photographers Agent London | Shoot|Photographers Agent London

Pip photographed actor and fashion designer Sadie Frost for the Lynn Barber interview in The Sunday Times Magazine.

Sadie Frost

The shoot took place at Wilton’s Music Hall in the east end of London where Sadie is rehearsing for a new play, Britten in Brooklyn, which opens at the end of August.

Here’s some of the feature by Lynn Barber. “The play actually sounds very interesting. It’s about a period from 1940 to 1941 when Benjamin Britten, WH Auden and Carson McCullers (author of The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter) were all sharing a house in Brooklyn, along with the stripper Gypsy Rose Lee. Sadie, of course, plays Gypsy. “She’s a great character and has a very sparky wit. She’s known as a showgirl, but there’s this other side to her — she wrote a wonderful memoir and also wrote a bestselling novel during this time called The G-String Murders. But she probably felt a bit in Carson McCullers’s shadow, so there’s this very intense relationship between the two of them. Obviously, I’ve got to work on the accent.””

Read the full article here.

Hair by Shivaughn Murphy

Make up by Sara Menitra

GW-Farahblog1Gavin Watson’s latest fashion campaign is for the spring and summer offering from Farah Vintage which is now available in a host of stores including Urban OutfittersFarah is also the fashion sponsor of this year’s NME Awards.


Photographed by Jay Brooks for Sunday Times Culture, Macbeth starring James McAvoy and Clare Foy is at Trafalgar Studios until  the end of April.


RB_Nica0213_RGBblog2Nica, makers of ‘practical, charming and stylish handbags’, launch their Autumn/Winter range for 2013 at the fashion trade show Pure London with a new set of elegantly, eccentric images from Rebecca Miller.

RB-RussB3blog2It’s The Messiah!  No it’s not, it’s Russell Brand on the cover of Shortlist with pictures by his disciple Ray Burmiston.  Russell is publicising his ‘Give It Up For Comic Relief’ show, a rock and comedy spectacular on Red Nose Day, 15th March.  The images come from a project Ray has been working on for Comic Relief.



The BBC has announced that there will be a second series of sitcom Citizen Khan.  Set in Birmingham, the show centres on Citizen Khan, played by Adil Ray, the self appointed community leader and his family.  The superbly styled and funny publicity images for the show were shot by Jay Brooks.