It seems the blog is suffering from a lack of updates at the moment, mainly due to time pressure. Stacks of new work has been shot over the last month or so with much more in the coming months so I’ll pop things up when and where I can.
Here’re are a couple from yesterday, a hair shoot with Rick Roberts to produce his final collection for the National Hairdressing Awards. We shot earlier this year and it’s from those that he made it to the final, these are the ones that he will win or lose on. No pressure then . . . . . . .
Plus the moment in between the moments, one that won’t make the cut but I love it all the same.
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It’s only fair that someone facing the camera all day gets a triptych.
Thanks Chloe, I kinda had to pick this one with the hair.
Leica M8.2Voigtlander 50mm f/1.1 nokton
The crazy thing is I swear I didn’t do anything in post to her eyes other than a general B&W conversion (a la Mark). Great light & Blue / green eyes given an Orthochromatic style B&W conversion makes for some captivating peepers.
Plus a little peek of the shots from the Leica which got itself a good workout alongside the Canon today –
Voigtlander 50mm f/1.1 nokton
Things are cranking up a little around these parts with me being a busy bee. Portfolio tweaking, meetings all over the place, some interesting leads and a good number of shoots in the planning. Just how I like it.
So if things go quiet for a week or so you know why.
Final of an initial six triptychs shot for The Blind Swine (although there are another few in the pipeline already), the soon to be sleaziest (in a good way) place to hang your hat whilst indulging in the finest of eating and drinking pleasure in York.
So the secret to becoming a full on awesome chef is out, all you need is three hands. Mike has indeed gone one step above us all on the evolutionary ladder.
Oh yeah, the boots, they would be GOLD.
Headed over to Hull for a shoot with Ashley last Sunday. If I had thought that Yazi’s session on Saturday was cold, putting ourselves next to the North sea wind made for some really biting conditions. Still I did manage to find myself some wicked bright backgrounds.