May 2013 - Shoot|Photographers Agent London | Shoot|Photographers Agent London

“It was with great sadness that I heard the news of Amy’s death. She was such a talent and will be missed not only for her music, but also her unique and wonderful character” – Dean Chalkley.


Mr Burmiston has delivered yet another marvellous set of movie style posters for Doctor Who. “The Name of the Doctor” and “Journey to the Centre of the Tardis” see The Doctor and his companion Clara’s adventures continue in the much loved British Sci Fi series.

Doctor Who is currently showing on BBC One






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Today the Paris based Le Journal De La Photographie, the bilingual and essential monitor of all that is photographic, features Gavin Watson and his ‘English Chronicles’!

View the full article here


After many teacups of work and months of anticipation we are extremely delighted to finally share these beautiful images by Rebecca Miller for the rebrand of Wedgwood.

WW_blog2Behind the scenes: James Loveday

Entitled The House of Wedgwood, BuroCreative was tasked with repositioning Wedgwood as a ‘modern, current and relevant English luxury brand’. Wanting to ‘apply a more high-end fashion-led approach and celebrate Wedgwood’s Englishness’ they commissioned Rebecca Miller as photographer of choice.


Shot on location at Barlaston Hall– part of the Wedgwood estate- each shot was specifically crafted to accentuate Wedgwood’s heritage, eclectic prints and timeless design all with a contemporary twist.




“Giving a heritage brand like Wedgwood a contemporary look needs both creativity and sensitivity. Rebecca demonstrated both in abundance; her images balance an ambitious fashion-feel with a tone and character that honours Wedgwood’s rich past. When it’s getting late and your cabbage-flower jellies are starting to melt, you need a talented, organised and committed team around you. Rebecca and the Shoot team delivered”. Roly Grant, Creative Director (BuroCreative)

WW-blog6WW_blog8Behind the scenes: James Loveday

The House of Wedgwood campaign consists of still and lifestyle imagery by Rebecca Miller with a ‘making of video’ by James Loveday– soon to be released.

Production by: Shoot Production

Special thanks to: Twig Hutchinson (set stylist), Aradia Crockett (wardrobe stylist), Marco Antonio (hair & makeup)

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Screen Shot 2013-05-15 at 18.06.44 copy Amit and Naroop have come back with their latest personal project – Only Connect

Only Connect (OC) Central is a creative arts centre and members club for ex offenders and youth at risk. It’s mission is to it’s members; delivering arts projects, social activities and practical support services.

The portraits that feature in this project are of the staff and members of OC, where Amit & Naroop hold mentoring workshops in photography.

“…As their background is in theatre, we stripped down the portraits and used a stage in their building to symbolise their roots in the arts”- Naroop

Click here to view the behind the scenes video.



Jay Brooks delivers another great Old Vic poster once again!

This time it’s for the theatre’s forthcoming production Sweet Bird of Youth starring Kim Cattrall and Seth Numrich.

Cattrall plays a fading Hollywood legend  alongside acclaimed Broadway actor Numrich who plays a younger dreamer turned gigolo in Tennessee Williams’ powerful classic, directed by Olivier Award-winner Marianne Elliott.

Sweet Bird of Youth will be showing at the Old Vic from 1st June – 31st August


Our very own Rebecca Miller captures a relaxed Rose Leslie for Bust Magazine.

First appearing on our screens as housemaid Gwen Dawson in the first series of Downton Abbey back in 2010, Leslie has since gone on to appear at the Globe Theatre in Neil Leyshon’s Bedlem, before joining the cast of HBO’s fantasy TV drama Game of Thrones.

Games of Thrones is currently showing on Sky Atlantic HD



Of course Dr Lecter and Lord Sugar didn’t really meet.  Hannibal Lecter is thankfully fictional and Lord Sugar is, apparently, real so the odds were against it, but they do come together in the gallery of extraordinary, dramatic portraits by Søren Solkær on the Shoot website.

Lord Sugar is there as himself with his plane, while Hannibal is represented by Mads Mikkelsen, the latest actor to take on the Lecter mantle – and muzzle – in the new production Hannibal, now showing on Sky Living.

Click here to see more of Søren Solkær’s intense and powerful portraits.



Playhouse Presents , Sky TV’s high profile series of one off dramas, is back on our screens, currently showing on Sky Arts 1 .

Shoot Production worked with SKY to produce posters for two of the “TV plays” –   Hey Diddly Dee,  starring Kylie Minogue, Matt Horne and Peter Serafinowicz, and The Call Out, starring Vanessa Redgrave and Stephen Graham.

The photographer was Phil Fisk @ Alyson Jones with art direction by Nick Allen @ Sky


Jay Brooks was granted access to the studio of one of Britain’s most provocative and celebrated artists – Tracey Emin.

In her space in Spitalfields,  Jay captures a relaxed Emin for You magazine.   Speaking to Liz Jones for You, Tracey opens up about her career and why her “not so palatable” past has shaped her life’s work.TraceyEmin_20128_