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Pip shot the legendary Bryan Ferry for his record label BMG.  It’s over 40 years since his career began with Roxy Music and he’s a still contender for the world’s suavist man, looking as sharp as ever.

Mr Ferry is taking to the road with tour dates in spring 2016 and a special edition of his latest album Avonmore is out now.


Pip shot the legendary Bryan Ferry for his record label BMG.  It’s over 40 years since his career began with Roxy Music and he’s a still contender for the world’s suavist man, looking as sharp as ever.

Mr Ferry is taking to the road with tour dates in spring 2016 and a special edition of his latest album Avonmore is out now.


ResonatorsScarlet Page‘s project to create a portrait gallery of the world’s greatest rock guitarists – is about to be launched.  The fruits of a two year project, Resonators features Brian May, Paul Weller, Jeff Beck, Graham Coxon, Jimmy Page and many more, all presented in high quality black and white

The book, beautifully designed by former GQ art director Warren Jackson, goes on sale on 1st December and this week, on 26th November, the Resonators exhibition opens at Proud’s Camden gallery.

Scarlet has been hard at work promoting the launch and there has been plenty of press interest in the project.  She even made it on to the famous red sofa for an interview on BBC Breakfast this morning.  See below





Amit and Naroop‘s Singh project is currently gracing the hallowed halls of Leo Burnett London.

Amit and Naroop launched The Singh Project in Autumn 2014 and it immediately caught the attention of the public and the press.  It was covered by BBC World News, The Huffington Post, The Guardian and The Hindustani Times to name but a few.  It is part of a wider change that is taking place in the way Sikhs are being perceived as Lauren Cochrane commented in The Guardian.

‘Including a sword-wielding man in his sixties, a smiling boy, a polo player and finger-clicking magician, the male Sikh subjects of The Singh Project are wildly different but they are also united by the signifiers of the religion – the turban. Photographers Amit and Naroop’s exhibition at the Framers Gallery also shows how the look now has a place on fashion’s radar. Dapper young Sikh men in sharp suits are now a mainstay of mainstream street style blogs and Sikh jewellery designer Waris Ahluwalia something of a figurehead starring in Gap adverts and Wes Anderson films.

Sikhs themselves are behind the shift. Along with Amit and Naroop, Pardeep Bahra, the 23-year-old fashion blogger – and Sikh – set up Singh Street Style in 2013, describing himself as the “Sikh sartorialist”. He has since scored himself nearly 35,000 followers on Instagram, modelling gigs with Adidas and Samsung and a line of sweatshirts with a cartoon Sikh character. Amit and Naroop have his seal of approval. “They have done an amazing job bringing out a sense of mystique, magic and beauty in their subjects,” says Bahra. “Coming from a similar line of work I feel this is an excellent way to not only celebrate the image of a Sikh, but to normalise the image of a turban and beard through the eyes of the west.” Normalised perhaps. Fashionable? Definitely.’





Ray Burmiston shot national treasure and national choirmaster, Gareth Malone, for Sunday’s Event magazine.

The idea of the shoot was clearly to cast off Gareth’s twinkly choirboy image and to release his inner Ziggy Stardust.  To this end he was pictured in one of Camden Town’s sweatier rock venues and the cover of the magazine promises revelations of what he gets up to on tour. Apparently he drinks white wine and wears a onesie!

But the ever dapper Gareth really cuts it.  He looks super sharp in the pictures and the Les Paul really suits him.  We especially like the houndstooth check suit!

Gareth Malone’s current TV series The Naked Choir, a competition to find Britain’s best amateur acapella singers, is on Tuesday nights on BBC2


The producers of #Strictly Come Dancing commissioned Ray Burmiston to produce these glittering and glamourous images of the couples contesting this year’s competition.  But as we know it is hell out there in the world of ballroom, no quarter asked or given, and some have already fallen.  It’s back on again this weekend of course.  Who will be for the drop this time?

We don’t know but less of our money is on Ainsley and more on Jay  ex-out of The Wanted.  We would like to point out that the pictures above are in no particular order!


Strictly Come Dancing – yes there’s more – sets off on its incredible ‘journey’ this Friday with a new cast of sequined and lycra-ed contestants.  See above captured by Ray Burmiston in all their hyper coloured glory.

Shoot’s money, for what it’s worth, is on Ainsley Harriot!

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Danny Boyle for DGA

Jay Brooks was commissioned by the Directors Guild of America’s Quarterly magazine to shoot Danny Boyle, the greatest British film maker of our time, for the cover of their Summer issue.

Boyle whose extraordinary list of achievements includes Trainspotting, Slumdog Millionaire and the opening of the 2012 London Olympics gave a typically down to earth but brilliant interview to coincide with the photoshoot, covering the whole of his career from the first film he ever saw to his up-coming bio-pic of the Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.

Read the full interview here.




Race for Life – The 2015 Pink Army Campaign, shot by Pip.

Pip shot ambassadors  Nadine Coyle and Coleen Rooney  as women warriors for the new Cancer Research Race for Life campaign, promoting women-only events across the UK to raise money and fight cancer.

Coleen said: ‘I am so thrilled to be supporting Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life. Regardless of your age or how fit you are, everyone can take part or sponsor someone.’

And Pip’s shots of the glamorous pair in Game of Thrones-esque warrior attire have been a hit with the media and the Race for Life team.

For more information about Race for Life and how to enter an event near you over the summer head here.



The final of  The Voice UK  took place on Saturday and the winner’s single came out on Monday so each of the finalists had a single cover ready to go all shot by our Ray Burmiston.  Chosen by the public, the finalists were Stevie McCrorie, Lucy O’Byrne, Emmanuel Nwamadi and Sahsa Simon.

Three judges Tom Jones, Ricky Wilson and all had contestants in the final but not Rita Ora who was left ‘shame faced and devastated,’ that her first year on the panel ended without one of her acts in the grand finale.

The chosen track ‘Lost Stars’, was originally performed by The Voice US coach, Adam Levin, and the track was recently nominated for Best Original Song at the 2015 OSCARs where it was performed by the Maroon 5 front man to an American audience of over 36 million people. Proceeds from the single will go towards the BBC’s Performing Arts Fund, a BBC charity created to support and encourage the performing arts sector across the UK.

Stevie McCrorie walked away the winner and his shot by Ray was used on the cover of the winning single!

Visit The Voice UK official YouTube channel:


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Rebecca Miller recently shot these glamorous portraits of Brit Award winner Jessie J, just minutes before she took to the stage for a performance in London.

Jessie, who got her break with the 2010 single ‘Do It Like A Dude’, began her career as a songwriter for Sony/ATV Music Publishing, writing hits for artists like Chris Brown and Miley Cyrus. Her credits include Cyrus’ ‘Party In The USA’.

Rebecca’s images were featured in Billboard Magazine, who interviewed the singer days before the release of her third studio album, Sweet Talker.


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Ray Burmiston recently photographed rock music legend Billy Idol for his interview with Event Magazine.  Idol spoke to the magazine about his recent performances, upcoming album, and the difficulty of writing an autobiography.

‘I had to look at myself dispassionately at times and confront addiction and my various demons. I really thought I was indestructible. When punk rock proclaimed, “There is no future”, I took that pretty seriously.’

The new album, Kings and Queens of the Underground, is set for release on the 20th of October.  Idol’s memoir, Dancing With Myself  is available here.

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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.






Danni Lin by Rebecca Miller

Danni Lin by Rebecca Miller

Danni Lin by Rebecca Miller

Danni Lin by Rebecca Miller

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!


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‘I remember it as being one of the nicest photo shoots ever.  Richard Attenborough was a delightful man, he was concerned, warm, did everything we asked of him, told brilliant stories with casts of the ultra famous, charmed the pants off everyone concerned, called me darling and left after forty minutes in a haze of profuse apologies because he had to go to lunch.  I only met him once and not for long but it’s something I will always remember and be proud of.’  Paul Rider

Drenge in GQ Essentials shot by Pip

Flyte by Pip for GQ Essentials

The Heartbreaks by Pip for GQ

Pip recently worked with GQ Essentials, shooting ‘The Art of Noise’, combining fashion, art and three breakthrough British bands.

Pip shot grunge duo Drenge outside the Rainforest Public Pavilion, London band Flyte by The Sun in Berkeley Square, and The Smiths-esque band The Heartbreaks in front of the Paternoster Vents.

The bands ‘rocked their fashion credentials’ in looks styled by Dan Blake, featuring pieces by Ben Sherman, Paul Smith and Topman.

Hair: Oliver Woods at One Represents and Carol Morley at Carol Hayes Management




Pip photographs folk band Hudson Taylor for Shortlist Magazine


Pip photographs folk band Hudson Taylor for Shortlist Magazine


Following his fantastic work on Savile Row editorial ‘The Sartorialists’ last week, our photographer Pip was all over Shortlist for the second week in a row!

This Wednesday’s issue features Irish folk music duo Hudson Taylor, who were styled by Elilidh Greig at Stella Creative, in the magazine’s ‘Style + Grooming’ section.  There are some exclusive shots too, which can be seen on Pip’s blog.

The brothers, Alfie and Harry Hudson-Taylor, are currently playing festivals all over the country and will release their debut album on a secret date in September!




Conor Maynard was recently shot by Pip for Untitled Magazine as part of their ‘Legendary’ issue.

Conor Maynard appears in the ‘#Future Legends’ feature which sees him in the company of Imogen Potts (actress) and Birdy (singer/songwriter)

The British pop star is currently working on his much anticipated second album, so watch this space!

Untitled Magazine, The Legendary Issue – OUT NOW


Back in February we showed you a sneak peek at Kian Egan‘s debut album artwork which was shot by our very own Ray Burmiston. Now, with the album recently released we’re very pleased to share the album cover.

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Scarlet Page’s new exhibition – ‘Resonators’ – is about guitar heroes.  It is a stellar collection of portraits featuring some of the biggest names and most famous faces in music.

The epic project saw Scarlet travel far and wide to capture the likes of Sir Paul McCartney, Slash, Brian May, Wilko Johnson, John Squire, and, of course, her father Jimmy Page.


Media interest has been strong with radio interviews and features in The Times, Mojo and GQ Online amongst others.  The opening at the Royal Albert Hall was an impressive media and music business gathering. Radio 6 Music’s Shaun Keavney lived the dream having his picture taken with John Squire AND Jimmy Page!

Resonators can be seen at the Royal Albert Hall from 24th March  to 24th April

Profits from the sale of limited edition prints go to the Teenage Cancer Trust

The first print of each edition of 25 is signed by the ‘Resonator’ and Scarlet and are currently being auctioned on ebay. The auction closes this Sunday 30th March 2014 – click here to place your bid.

The rest of the limited editions, signed by Scarlet, are on sale at Shoot

Listen here to Scarlet’s 6 Music radio interview with Shaun Keavney.


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Jay Brooks was commissioned by Shortlist to shoot Guest Editor – Lily Allen for their How To Be A Man issue.

This special edition, sees the weekly mag assemble some of the sassiest female minds from actress Alison Williams (Girls) to singer Katy B, for their thoughts on what really makes a man.

See the trailer to Shortlist’s How To Be A Man issue here

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In his first feature with Tatler UK, Jay Brooks worked with renowned body painter Emma Cammack for their “Lose Yourself” article in this month’s issue.

The piece focuses on the rising trend of “immersive entertainment” –  interviewing founder of Secret Cinema Fabien Riggall, The Templeton family who started the extraordinary Shuttlecock Inc, and co-directors Felix Barrett and Maxine Doyle from Punchdrunk, which has achieved cult status among theatre goers.

– The March Issue is OUT NOW

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Currently making electronic waves…Rebecca Miller captures the emotional intensity of East India Youth as his debut album- Total Strife Forever- is launched in the UK.

Listen now and look out for East India Youth on his many Summer festival lineups.


Back for it’s third series and already at the top of Saturday’s TV ratings, it’s BBC1’s The Voice.

Ray Burmiston captured the official campaign images with this year’s all-star judges; Kaiser Chiefs frontman Ricky Wilson, Kylie Minogue, Tom Jones and


Stepping back in time, into an impressive stage recreating the eery streets of Victorian London, Shoot Production travelled to Budapest to produce the dramatic billboard for new SKY series, Dracula, starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers.

Shooting alongside filming of the promo, access to talent was always on a tight schedule. Careful planning and timing was of the essence to ensure we got our shots and showed due respect to the many parties & actors involved.

Photographed by Hervé Haddad and art directed by Liesl Ellnor, it was truly spect’acular’!






Last week saw GQ turn 25, and to celebrate, a private view of their new exhibition The Greatest Photographs (a collection of  some of the most iconic photographs that have appeared on its pages, with prints being auctioned off for The Prince’s Trust) was held.

Our very own Søren Solkær whose playful images of The White Stripes, James Corden and Dizzy Rascal  feature alongside the work of the other industry heavyweights that have worked with the magazine over the past two and a half decades.

You can view the other selected images here

The Greatest Photographs exhibition –  1st Nov to 8th Nov 2013,  Phillips Gallery, Howick Place, London, SW1. 

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Pip recently worked with You Magazine to shoot these beautiful black and white images of British solo artist, Birdy.

After enjoying immense success with her self-titled debut album, and at just 17-years-old, she’s back with a critically acclaimed brand new record, Fire Within.

Fire Within is out now through 14th Floor Records// Warner Bros.


Jay Brooks was granted access to the studio of one of Britain’s most provocative and celebrated artists – Tracey Emin.

In her space in Spitalfields,  Jay captures a relaxed Emin for You magazine.   Speaking to Liz Jones for You, Tracey opens up about her career and why her “not so palatable” past has shaped her life’s work.TraceyEmin_20128_





 Sound of 2013 nominee and current cover star of Hunger TV Girls issue  A*M*E is storming up the charts- with both talent and beauty this Sierra Leonean-born British singer-songwriter is set for her biggest year yet.

Photographed by Amit & Naroop, pop star A*M*E looks hot in the city as she alternates a number of colourful and detailed outfits, including a design from her Sierra Leon origins.

Signed to Sony Music’s Epic Records you can get a taste for A*M*E here

RB_DrW-blogAs anticipation grows around the 50th anniversary, we are very excited to reveal these images from the new series of Dr Who by Ray Burmiston.

Starring Matt Smith and his latest companion, Jenna-Louise Coleman, Ray captured the duo for a hectic day at one of the final shoots in the famous B609 photographic studio deep in the basement of BBC TV Centre.

“It was actually a really exciting way to work, that of being put on the spot and having to represent the concept and dynamic for each episode from little strands of information regarding each of the story lines.

Refreshingly different from the way that most shoots are done” – Ray Burmiston

Pip-Izzy-L-blogPip‘s new shoot with Izzy Laughlnd whose credits on film include the last three Harry Potters, and Now is Good, starring Dakota Fanning, and on TV The Hollow Crown, Black Mirror and The Inbetweeners.