A thrilling evening was had by all last thursday 14th July, at the Bethnal Green Working Mens Club. Many great and good folks gathered for an exclusive premiere screening of Dean Chalkley’s short film – “Young Souls”. You too can now watch the full piece here on the 125 Magazine website along with a Facebook link to images of the cast, crew, DJ’s and friends who gathered to dance and celebrate the evenings events.
No need to hang out for late night reruns, the Inbetweeners are BACK! Following the huge box office success of their first movie, The Inbetweeners 2 will follow the boys on their Australian gap year, which they describe as “generally having a ball in a very British boys on holiday kind of way”.
To kick off the countdown to the release of their new movie, Shoot photographer Pip shot the group (in a rarely seen well-dressed state) for the cover of this week’s Shortlist Magazine.
The Inbetweeners 2 is out in cinemas on August 6th. Get ready, friends!
Sabrina Carpenter, who had her breakthrough on the Disney Channel, released her first US single this year with this artwork by Rebecca Miller.
Rebecca also shot album artwork for Ward Thomas, a twin sister country music duo from the UK, ahead of the recent release of their debut album, From Where We Stand.
This shot by of Lady Antebellum was used in a campaign for Samsung Mobile. Rebecca also shot the artwork for their latest single, Bartender.
Ray Burmiston was commissioned to shoot this MAJOR moment in music history: the birth of McBusted.
In absolute secret (and with absolutely secret props) Ray joined the boys for their first ever photoshoot as a pop rock super-group!
This is the first image we are able to share, and there will be more to come! Throughout 2014 McBusted, former members of the bands McFly and Busted, have played support for One Direction, started their own arena tour, and began work on an album.
We hear the McBusted live experience is a must for mid twenties who fancy a warm fuzzy night of throwbacks.
Phoenix Magazine‘s Summer issue features Clairvoyants, a personal project by Shoot photographer Jay Brooks:
I can’t say I’d ever yearned for my fortune to be read, I just wanted to get away from London and shoot something with no entourage. Having worked with a lot of actors and musicians, this time I was after a project that felt more ‘real’. That seems so funny now. I soon learnt that fortune-telling could be just as much of a performance…After four days, I still didn’t know if I believed, but I knew that they did. I guess that’s all that really mattered.
See more of Jay’s work with people and places here!
Scarlet Page Resonators at The ArtHouse
Scarlet Page‘s exhibition at the Arthouse in Crouch End opened to the public on Thursday, following a packed screening of the Led Zepplin film on Wednesday night. Ahead of it’s opening Scarlet’s images for Resonators have received a great response from both viewers of the exhibition and the press.
Jay Brooks: Richard Armitage for The Crucible
The Crucible swings into the third week of it’s season to great acclaim, this is merely a small selection of the five star reviews. Jay Brooks‘s images of Richard Armitage, featured in the posters for the show can be seen all over London including, in some lucky tube stations, right next to his picture of Martin Freeman for Richard III!
Amit & Naroop: The Singh Project’s Kickstarter success
The Kickstarter campaign for Amit & Naroop‘s Singh Project has achieved its target after a staggering show of support from the public, and we are very happy to confirm that there WILL be a Singh Exhibition this year.
The project has received amazing international press coverage, from Huffington Post and Buzz Feed to the Wall Street Journal India.
See you next week!
George Ezra’s debut album, Wanted On Voyage, is out now on Columbia Records. Here is the rest of the album artwork by Shoot photographer Pip, watch out for the posters and billboards going up all over London!
Shoot photographer Rebecca Miller was recently commissioned to shoot the latest collection by London based label, Ghost. Rebecca photographed the range of handbags and dresses in her trademark soft, romantic style. The label is known for it’s vintage inspired collections, bucking trends in favour of classic designs.