Rebecca Miller’s latest fashion project, My Marching Band, is a personal one that has reignited our excitement for the French Horn and definitely makes you stand to attention and look! Just a little bit gorgeous, here she talks about her inspiration…
‘I was in my high school marching band my freshman year. The flag team to be specific. Something about marching around my little town throwing this flag around with these huge brass instruments and massive drums behind really stuck with me. It was pretty much the nerdiest thing you could possibly do at that stage in your life and I kinda loved it. I’ve wanted to do a shoot in honour of this awkward time in my life for years. Thanks to my amazing team for helping me make it happen!’
Jay Brooks is the latest of almost 400 photographers to photograph Tim Andrews for his now legendary Over The Hill project.
In 2007 Tim was forced to give up his job as a solicitor when he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. Uncertain at first what to do, on a whim he answered an ad in Time Out from a photographer looking for subjects. He went to the photographers studio, the photographs were taken, Tim enjoyed the experience and the Over The Hill project was born.
Tim began to write to photographers and ask if they would take his portrait and since then has had his photograph taken by just short of 400 different photographers, ranging from the most august professionals to the completely amateur. The work is fascinating in its range and variety but it is driven by Tim’s generosity and enthusiasm to make the best possible pictures in every situation. He is open to any idea, will work clothed or naked and as you can see is quite happy in a gorilla suit.
Tim has recently decided to call it a day and end the project. There will, he says, be no more new photographs added after the end of May but we are sure that with such an amazing body of work there will be more shows and exhibitions in the future.
Learn more about ‘Over The Hill’ and the amazing Mr Andrews here.
Ferrari Magazine (TOFM) flew Pip and crew to Valencia to shoot the fashion story for their spring edition. They were drawn there by the location, the dramatic Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia, a cultural centre opened in 2005, which gives the shoot its futuristic backdrop.
The styling, including pieces from Ferrari’s own range, was by Jess Punter with hair and make up by Annabel McCrory. The models were Alissandre Martines at Milk Management and David Pascual from Mad Models in Madrid. The shoot was overseen and art directed by Official Ferrari Magazine creative director Warren Jackson and the all important car is a California T.
The Boston Globe asked Jay Brooks to picture comedian and Twitter lord Rob Delaney for their cover to coincide with the launch of the hilarious Catastrophe (series 2) in the USA.
Here are some things about Rob you may not know.
He was raised in Marblehead, Massachusetts.
In 2010, Paste magazine named him one of the ten funniest people on Twitter.
In May 2012, he became the first comedian to win the ‘Funniest Person on Twitter Award’ at The Comedy Awards hosted by Comedy Central.
His book Rob Delaney: Mother. Wife. Sister. Human. Warrior. Falcon. Yardstick. Turban. Cabbage. was published by Spiegel & Grau in November 2013.
Congratulations to Scarlet Page‘s old mates and long term clients The Lumineers on topping the album charts on both sides of the Atlantic. Their second album ‘Cleopatra’ has knocked Kanye West from the number one spot on the US Billboard 200, while in Britain they have out sold Adele in the last week.
The band, who come from Denver Colorado, are touring at the moment and play London’s Brixton Academy on 24th April.
Pip was commissioned by Marks and Spencer to showcase their new menswear range designed for them by the ultimately cool Kestin Hare. The range is available in selected stores from today.
Kestin Hare hails from Edinburgh the home of the original store, although the empire has grown quickly to encompass Glasgow as well as Soho and Shoreditch. The style is sharp but understated with an emphasis on carefully sourced materials, attention to detail and a quality finish.
Pip shot the story in the conservatory at the Barbican in London. Kestin Hare art directed with Angela McBride, the stylist was Daniel Carey and the groomer was Tim Pateman.
What Katie Ate at the Weekend, Katie Quinn Davies second cook book, has won the award for the best food photography from America’s IACP at their annual conference in Hollywood.
What Katie Ate at the Weekend is the second project to spin off from Katie’s very successful food blog and, as in her first book, she cooked, styled and photographed every dish herself. A major feat!