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Rebecca Miller and designer/stylist Ellie Lines came together in London to shoot this completely gorgeous story with the beautiful and elegant Amanda Pasquali.  See below for full credits.

Styling: Ellie Lines
Make up: Lica Fensome
Hair: Dayaruci
Model: Amanda Pasquali from Wilhelmina
Retouching: Studio Invisible
Backdrops: Hapaca Studios

 

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Rebecca Miller and designer/stylist Ellie Lines came together in London to shoot this completely gorgeous story with the beautiful and elegant Amanda Pasquali.  See below for full credits.

Styling: Ellie Lines
Make up: Lica Fensome
Hair: Dayaruci
Model: Amanda Pasquali from Wilhelmina
Retouching: Studio Invisible
Backdrops: Hapaca Studios

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Rebecca Miller shot the divine and delightful Ophelia Lovibond – Guardians of the Galaxy and W1A – for The Untitled Magazine’s mega Girl Power edition.

Styling was by Holly Ounstead from Frank, with make up by Justine Jenkins and hair Fabio Nogueira also from Frank.

The Untitled Magazines’s Girl Power edition is out now with added controversy (see the Mail Online side bar for details).

 

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Pip photographed hard working actor Joe Dempsie for GQ in the dramatically ‘Blade Runner’ wind tunnels at Farnborough.

We don’t usually see Joe looking this sharp, here styled by Dan Blake, as his recent roles have included Chris in the very dark Southcliffe and the luckless Gendry in Game of Thrones, and he is about to reappear as Higgy in Shane Meadows This Is England 90.

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Along with the start of ‘Strictly’ and the beginning of the X Factor, the annual arrival of the layers story, in one of its many forms, is a clear sign that autumn will soon be with us.

Pip shot his layers story in the derelict greenhouse of a nursery near High Wycombe on the hottest day of the year.  The model was Boyd Alves @Elite London, while Eric Down styled, with hair by Kevin Luchmun and make up by Yin Lee.  Time to wrap up!

 

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Pip has been hard at work for the last few months and two of his commissions have just been released.  For the jewelers Daisy London, he flew to Bodrum in Turkey to shoot their new Daisy and Chakra collections against the fabulous backdrops of ancient ruins and fishing villages.

For Parlophone Pip went to the more mundane environs of east London but the results are no less dramatic or dazzling.  He was shooting the label’s new signing singer-songwriter Martin Luke Brown whose tune ‘Scars  on Scars’ is out now.

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The July issue of British GQ is out today and features Pip‘s Ralph Lauren Wimbledon story. Shot on Centre Court at the world famous club itself!

The shoot was styled by GQ’s Grace Gilfeather and the groomer was Anabel McCrory.  The models were Adam Loft Schulz and Jamie Kendrick @ FM London.

 

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Odalisque Magazine’s ‘Funnel of Love’ shoot with Rebecca Miller is out now on the Odalisque Digital website. Odalisque offers its readers contemporary photography, fashion and literature and you can check out the digital version here.

Photography by Rebecca Miller, Stylist Ellie Lines/Frank Agency, Make-up Jaimee Thomas/ Frank Agency, Hair Aaron Carlo, Model Serena Amirante/ Elite London.

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Derby Ambassadors announced.

The ambassadors for the 2015 Investec Derby at Epsom Downs Racecourse have been announced: Frankie Dettori, Laura Whitmore, Millie Mackintosh, Denise Lewis and Michel Roux Jr. The chosen figures champion sport, food and fashion, a combination that makes the world famous Derby Festival a distinguished event in the British social and sporting calendar.

As Michel Roux Jr said: “A day at the Derby isn’t just about racing, it’s about food, wine, fashion and a great atmosphere.”

The Ladies’ Day on Friday 5th June combines high style with the world of horse racing. Elegant and fashionable attendees compete to take the title of ‘Best Dressed Lady’ and the coverage is seen world wide, followed by the race on the 6th June with the champion taking winnings of 1.25 million.

More information about the 2015 Epsom Derby can be found here

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Celebrating Turnbull & Asser’s 130 years of bespoke mens tailoring, Pip shot England rugby international Lewis Moody in the London flagship store.

Since 1885 the prestigious company has created custom shirts for a jaw-dropping list of high profile clients from all over the world, including: Winston Churchill, Charlie Chaplin and every James Bond. Having been awarded the Royal warrant of appointment, they are now also official suppliers to the Royal Family.

Lewis Moody was impressed with the journey to create his luxury bespoke shirts: “Having a bespoke shirt has been a real eye opener for me and I thoroughly enjoyed the experience at Turnbull & Asser. I was delighted with the outcome of all the shirts as they fit beautifully and are perfectly suited to my lifestyle.’

Join Turnbull & Asser as they celebrate 130 years of British manufacturing and craftsmanship here.

 

 

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Rebecca Miller has won the fashion award in the first British Life Photography Awards (BLPA) with her picture of Brit – see above.  What’s more, she also had four more images highly commended in the fashion category as well as one, her shot of Vivienne Westwood, in the portrait section.  (See below).

The BLPA is a new event that aims to promote photography and ‘showcase contemporary and imaginative images that capture the essence and spirit of British life.’  It is sponsored by Sony and supported by Time Out, Conde Nast Traveller and Country Life and judged by a panel publishers, picture editors and photographers including Lara Jade and Caroline Metcalfe, the Director of Photography at Conde Nast.

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The winning photographs can be seen at The Mall Galleries, London SW1Y 5BD until 7th March.

 

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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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Pip recently travelled to the coast to shoot this rugged fashion story for Men’s Health November issue.  He says “we shot in an incredible coastal quarry location down in Dorset – a battle against the elements but well worth the trek!”

 

Model: Patrick O’Donnell @ Models 1  |  Stylist: Eric Down  |  Grooming: Oscar Alexander

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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.

 

 

 

 

 

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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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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

 

 

 

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Tatty Devine AW14 collection was recently shot by Rebecca Miller for this gorgeous campaign.

‘The mystic arts of fortune telling and divination are the starting point for pioneering new jewellery, handcrafted in Tatty Devine’s inimitable style’.

Rebecca worked closely with Harriet Vine, the brand’s creative director to incorporate the collection’s ‘smoke and mirrors’ inspiration, using kaleidoscopic imagery and mystical sets, as well as Rebecca’s own signature diffused light and romantic feel.

Styling: David Hawkins at Frank Agency | Make up: Bea Sweet | Hair: Ben Moth | Model: Elena Sartison at Nevs

 

 

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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!

 

 

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Pip recently photographed Mr Sloane star Ophelia Lovibond when she was interviewed for Matches Fashion’s Style Report.

In the story, Lovibond talks writer Ivy Storvik through her style rules and fashion influences, and the pain of not being able to keep her costumes, whilst Pip photographs her in these summery outfits styled by Ursula Lake, exhibiting what she calls a ‘personal style heavily influenced by the 1960’s, but I add modern touches through accessories’.  In April she shared her wardrobe with Vogue UK for the month in their ‘Today I’m Wearing’ photo blog.

Of her current role, the free spirited San Franciscan, Robin, she says; ‘we wanted her to be as colourful as possible, to accentuate that she is the polar opposite from Sloane, who’s always dressed in brown and grey’. Nick Frost stars as the slightly sad Mr Sloane, and BAFTA winner Olivia Colman as his estranged wife.

Mr Sloane airs on Sky Atlanic, Friday 9pm.

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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

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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!”

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Rebecca Miller shot this dreamy and romantic fashion story, ‘Brocade and Bloom Tapestry’, for the latest issue of Phoenix Magazine.   Styled by Ellie Lines –  it features clothes by Tara Jarmon, Malene Birger, Desert Designs, Red Valentino, Katya Katya Shehurina, and YMC, shoes by Gina and jewellery by Jesse Western.

‘Summer encroaches slowly on the English rose. In the hush of rambling country estates, modern debutantes shade their alabaster complexions against a faded backdrop of flocked wallpaper and draped floral textiles. As temperatures rise, lightweight transitional coats and elegant printed tunics give way to romantic folds of white tulle and lace, accented by embroidered motifs and sequin details…’

See the full story in bloom on Phoenix Magazine online.

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Ray Burmiston recently shot Britain’s Got Talent judge Amanda Holden for the cover of Sunday Mirror magazine Notebook.

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The House of Wedgwood photographed by Rebecca Miller: please excuse the poor quality image but instead choose to focus on the fabulous piece written by academic Judith Williamson which recently appeared in Source Magazine.

Picking out the carefully crafted subtleties and elements of surrealism, Judith dissects and puts into words exactly what photographer Rebecca Miller and props and set designer Twig Hutchinson set out to achieve when they joined forces with BuroCreative, to create the rebrand imagery for Wedgwood.

Subsequently Rebecca and co have gone on to shoot the follow up campaign and you can see the project in its entirety  here.

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Rebecca Miller was commissioned by fashion brand Internacionale to shoot their Spring/Summer 14 collection.

Shooting across two locations, across two days, Rebecca collaborated with stylist Ellie Lines to create this summery fashion story.

Campaign Credits  –  Production: Shoot Production // Make Up: Lica Fensome // Hair: Robin Pawloski // Stylist: Ellie Lines

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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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Rebecca Miller art directed and photographed The House of Wedgwood, continuing the rebrand collaboration for a second season.

Working with creative agency BuroCreative and co-art director and props stylist Twig Hutchinson, the team dreamt up these wonderfully eccentric and hyper-real concepts for the iconic English brand.

Returning to Barlaston Hall (part of the Wedgwood Estate) for a 3 day shoot, the team created these scenes of contemporary English elegance at it’s finest.

Behind the scenes and capturing all the beauty, watch the film here.

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Campaign Credits

Creative Direction: BuroCreative // Art Direction: Rebecca Miller & Twig Hutchinson // Photography: Rebecca Miller // Props Styling: Twig Hutchinson  // Hair & Make Up: Marco Antonio & Craig Marsden // Models: Cecile Sinclair @ Union and Holly Denny @ Next models// BTS Video: Other Finger Films // Producer: Jodie Hamilton @ Shoot Production

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Pip was commissioned by Gaolhouse – a new London denim brand – to shoot their launch campaign. Working with model Ricki Hall and designer & art director Will Unwin, the team shot against the industrial backdrop of Hoxton Docks, East London.

Gaolhouse is an old English term for ‘jail’. Their products are designed and developed in collaboration with Her Majesty’s Royal Prison Service – a unique approach that supports prison industries and utilises a skilled workforce as part of their rehabilitation.

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Rebecca Miller recently shot a series of fashion portraits of Consuelo Asper for online store Frida Larsen’s Vintage.

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It’s warming up- Rebecca Miller‘s latest fashion shoot at Friendly Place.

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Jack & Jones has unveiled Oscar – winning actor Christopher Walker as the face of their autumn/winter ” Made from Cool” campaign, for their tailoring brand Premium by Jack & Jones.

Our very talented Søren Solkær shot the still images of the Hollywood legend, while fellow Danish director Martin Werner shot the 4 films that accompany the campaign.

Check out an exclusive article on the GQ website which also features the short films.

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