Pip shoots the Lawson boys for their forthcoming sixth single Juliet – from their upcoming Chapman Square album repackage.
Single release date, 13th October on Polydor Records
Check back soon to see more from Pip’s Lawson shoot…
Nine years after their debut album, Hopes and Fears, indie boys Keane have reached a career milestone with the release of their greatest hits collection – The Best of Keane
Jay Brooks worked with Island Records to photograph the band for the album cover which is set to be released on 11th November.
Gavin Watson continues his collaboration with Farah Vintage, shooting on the iconic Dungeness beach for their AW13 campaign.
Production: Shoot Production / Grooming: Joe Mills & Co / Make up: Hannah Wynne / Styling: Julien Ganio
Pip delivers another great portrait for Matchesfashion.com. This time his subject is actor Harry Treadaway – star of summer blockbuster The Lone Ranger (out in cinemas now)
In his interview, Harry talks about his first Hollywood role, the importance of challenging yourself and the path to true style.
View the full article here
Pip shoots rising star Nikki – Amuka Bird, who has become a house hold name following her success in the role as under cover cop ” DCI Erin Gray” in the critically acclaimed BBC psychological crime drama Luther – also starring Indris Elba.
Currently featured on GQ online, Jokerface! Serious photographs of funny people is Ray Burmiston’s ‘homage’ to the nation’s comedy elite and is currently showing at Riverside Studios.
Closely associated with Comic Relief, Burmiston has photographed every major comic talent of the last ten years which includes: Lee Evans, Michael McIntyre, Miranda Hart, Bill Bailey, Al Murray, not to mention Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant (who he has photographed extensively), and all who appear in the exhibition.
Initially curated and staged for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Jokerface offers a rare opportunity to purchase limited edition prints which are priced from £125.00-£185.00 and can be purchased here.
Jokerface! runs till 31st August at The Gallery, Riverside Studios, Crisp Road, London, W6 9RL – free entry
Recently Jay Brooks spent a day at ShortList HQ to photograph and record ‘first day on the job’ with it’s new Culture Editor- Alan Partridge.
Not wasting any time, Alan was a true pro as he jumped straight into journo mode- chasing leads and making tea all before sitting down to write his debut story- Norfolk: A cultural hotbed– sharing invaluable tips on his beloved hometown.