Although the project is still in it’s infancy, it has already received a phenomenal response, including a feature on It’s Nice That
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.
Gavin Watson‘s latest images for menswear brand Farah Vintage include The Gavin t-shirt, The Watson shirt and bomber jacket.
The pieces use one of Gavin’s Raving ’89 images, spliced together into this design. The shoot, for the brand’s AW14 line, took place amongst the Brutalist architecture in and around the National Theatre in South Bank.
Here is Gavin looking pretty chuffed about his new t-shirt!
Check out the collection featured in British GQ Magazine here!
Daisy Jewellery’s latest campaign has been released, with a series of stunning images by Pip. The 14/15 campaign featured pieces from the brand’s famous Chakra and Vintage collections.
Pip said; “paying homage to the brand’s roots we shot on location in sunny Notting Hill, West London. Many thanks to Ruth & Kiran at Daisy HQ for all their hard work!”
More images from the shoot can be seen on Pip’s blog or the Daisy website.
Model: Sarah Louise @ Models 1 | Styling: Zoe Graham | Hair & Make Up: Roxy Habibi
Shoot newbie Scott Grummett recently shot the cover and feature story for Esquire Weekly’s ‘Man Food’ issue.
This week’s issue is a Man Food Special, featuring the manliest restaurants in Britain, go-to recipes that will make you a hero in the kitchen, ten foods every man should try at least one from alpaca to zebra… and much more.
These images were taken at The Dairy Bar & Bistro in Clapham (and we hear it’s the best pork you’ll ever find).
Rebecca Miller was commissioned to shoot legendary British designer Dame Vivienne Westwood and her muse, actress Christina Hendricks, for The Hollywood Reporter’s ‘Designer A-List’ issue. The shoot took place in Vivienne’s London workshop, where she created the pieces Christina was photographed in.
Of the dresses, Christina said “I enjoy this dress because I’m quite a woman of soft curves and I love these sharp little angles on me that contrast who I am.”
Rebecca previously shot a Vivienne Westwood dress for this couture fashion story.
Shoot is ecstatic to announce the new addition to our team; food and still life photographer, Scott Grummett!
Scarlet Page recently shot guitar legends Jack White and Hank Marvin, who will join the Resonators line up in the soon-to-be-released book!
Jack shows off his serious side here, but we did manage to catch him smiling this behind the scenes shot.
The Resonators photo book, including all of the new additions and some of Scarlet’s stories from the road, is now available for pre-order from Red Giant Publishing in Deluxe and Collectors editions.
Prints are still available from the Shoot website (signed ones too!), sales of which are in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust.
Jay Brooks‘ photographs of Yotam Ottolenghi were recently featured in the Guardian Weekend!
The star chef, who writes a popular column for the Guardian’s website, returned doing his best Caravaggio in these shots for a piece on his new book, Plenty More. Ottolenghi strays far from his Le Cordon Bleu training in his new title, presenting rich vegetable fusions – just in time for winter!
The luscious, still life set was designed by Alun Davies at The Factory, with Ottolenghi dressed by the experts at Angels the Costumiers.
More of Jay’s recent commissions and portraits can be seen here.
Pass round the gazpacho!
We have the first look at Tamsin Greig as Pepa Marcos in Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, opening in January 2015 at the Playhouse in London.
Jay Brooks worked with Tamsin and the play’s creative team to put together a series of fantastic images – more to come later. Jay’s stunning first image has been featured by the Guardian, Vogue and The Stage.
More footage of the shoot, and Tamsin’s transformation, can be seen here. Tickets for the musical are on sale now, from the Playhouse Theatre’s website.
The first of Scarlet Page‘s Spandau Ballet shots was released last weekend in Event Magazine.
They spoke to the magazine about their reformation, future plans and film, Soul Boys of the Western World. The documentary will screen on the 30th of September with a live streamed performance by the band, before it’s general release on October 3rd.
Some behind the scenes action from Scarlet and the band at the Portland Place shoot can be seen here.
Scarlet worked with hair and make up team Jackie Tyson and Hannah Lonergan from Alchemy and stylist Barry Kamens.
Looking good boys!
Rebecca Miller recently shot this stunning look book for up and coming designer Danni Lin.
Rebecca shot the meticulously constructed pieces against the dilapidated backdrop of Church Walk Studio in Hackney, her new favourite place!