With the first episode hitting our screens tonight, this series sees the Cardiff crew take their club night ‘Valleywood Nights’ around on a boozy tour of the UK, visiting the bright lights of Liverpool, Bristol and Dublin.
We are very excited to share the cover of George Ezra‘s up coming debut album, shot by Pip!
Pip was commissioned for the cover by Columbia Records, and says he ‘worked closely with art director Rob Brandon and the Sony Creative team to shoot a series of images that worked with George’s Budapest video. ‘Largely George’s family and friends, the cast represent different characters from his life – many of which are lyrically mentioned throughout his album.’
Wanted on Voyage is set for release in late June. Keep an eye out – more images will be released closer to the date!
Shot in and around picturesque Hartwell House, this couture fashion editorial by Rebecca Miller was commissioned by Kensington and Chelsea Magazine.
Styling: David Hawkins @Frank Agency || Makeup: Marco Antonio || Hair: Bart Ben
‘A Hemel Education’ has been featured in Rough Magazine! Gavin Watson photographs this fashion story with styling by Katie Greengrass.
Photography: GAVIN WATSON @SHOOT GROUP || Styling: KATIE GREENGRASS || Stylist Assistant: GORGIE HILLIER || Hair: ALEX TAKKO ||
Makeup artist: KYM MENZIES FOSTER @PHAMOUS || Model: ASHLEIGH @STORM MODEL
Clothing credits include Nike, Stella McCartney, Nasty Gal and Tommy Hilfiger.
See the full story at Rough Online here
Amit and Naroop‘s SINGH project was featured in Creative Review’s May iPad edition! This is fantastic exposure for the project, and Amit and Naroop will soon be launching a Kickstarter campaign to fund the SINGH exhibition.
The pair want to ‘put on a beautiful exhibition where people can learn more about the symbols of Sikh identity in their varied and striking styles.’
SINGH is a series of portraits of British Sikh men. The men who feature in this project are businessmen, boxers, IT professionals, doctors, fashion stylists, temple volunteers, magicians and a host of occupations , all adapting the interpreting the Sikh traditions in their own way.
Double bill: Jay Brooks‘ photographs Martin Freeman and Jane Horrocks for this retro, comic-book style poster for the second season of Jamie Lloyd’s Trafalgar Transformed.
Never heard of it?
Curated by Artistic Director Jamie Lloyd, Trafalgar Transformed is a season of politically-charged, socially conscious theatre located in the iconic Trafalgar Studios on Whitehall. The season aims to thrill audiences while stimulating open debate and dialogue around the issues central to each play. Through pertinent programming and accessible pricing Trafalgar Transformed is also enabling the development of a new, more diverse audience and welcoming one and all to London’s West End.
Keep an eye out for more of Jay’s theatre work coming soon!
In 77 countries it’s a crime to be gay. You can be thrown in jail or even killed for who you love and who you are by an accident of where you were born. Across the world, there are millions of reasonable, fair-minded people who don’t think that’s okay – but many fewer know that this is the reality for lesbian, gay, bi and trans people in so many places.
So, we’re going to make 77 the number everyone’s talking about – from our friends and family to our co-workers and representatives in government.
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Rebecca Miller was snapped up by Cargo to work with them on their Spring/Summer campaign, which sees the popular lifestyle brand take a striking new direction.
The collaboration came about following the phenomenal success of Rebecca’s recent Wedgwood rebrand.
Rebecca worked closely with Cargo’s in-house stylist to create playful images that showcase their new collection as well as Rebecca’s signature style.
Wardrobe Stylist: David Hawkins @Frank Agency || Model: Olivka Chrobot @ Elite Models || Hair & make up: Lica Fensome @ Soho Management
Clean Bandit, photographed by Søren Solkær in this weekend’s Sunday Times Style Magazine. Shoot Production worked closely with Atlantic Records, photographer and our prop stylist friends, Propped Up, to produce the band’s first major photo shoot following a whirlwind of gig dates. Clean Bandit’s debut album, New Eyes, is set for release in the UK on June 2nd. The album features their fourth single “Rather Be”, which has garnered them international attention, topping the charts in the UK and reaching the Top 10 throughout Europe and Australasia. The song currently holds the record for the most streams in a single week on Spotify. Well deserved guys.
Pip photographs Jodie Kidd for Derby Festival
Pip photographed polo-playing supermodel Jodie Kidd, as she became the official face of the Investec Derby Festival 2014.
Shooting in an old dilapidated church, Pip captures Jodie in all her elegance as she posed in hats by legendary milliner and official festival designer, Philip Treacy. The fashion was inspired by 3 areas of the Epsom Racecourse – the Hill, the Duchess Stand and the Queen’s Stands.
Kidd says she is “really proud to take on the role of official face of the Investec Derby Festival. Modelling three different looks for the shoot shows that despite its prestigious racing reputation, fashion is a huge part of the day. I have been a fan of horses since I was 10 years old and find racing almost hypnotic, I look forward to sporting one of Philip Treacy’s creations and watching these beautiful animals compete in the greatest flat race of them all!”
The Ladies of London, stars of Bravo TV’s latest ‘Real Housewives‘ style reality series, were recently photographed by Rebecca Miller.
The Ladies are a mix of socialites, aristocrats and businesswomen, including reality regular Caprice Bourret and former model Annabelle Neilson. The show has been described as ‘the biggest celebrity catfight ever caught on camera’.
Bravo TV says: ‘while these Brits and Americans all live in the same city, have been married to rock stars, dated royalty, are darlings of the paparazzi and enjoy wealth beyond belief, they are still culturally, worlds apart’
The excessively wealthy and enviably chic Ladies of London will grace screens in the UK this summer.