In a recent collaboration with set designer Lou Blackshaw, we created a new still life story with a fine art feel. The reluctant forms project explores organic shapes by twisting, bending and stretching our chosen materials to create a series of abstract sets.
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In a recent personal project, we set out to explore the pigment effects of acrylic paint. Using water, ink and oil, we manipulated the paint and captured the unfolding story as the liquids interacted. The result was a series of striking organic patterns and colourful cosmic landscapes.
At the forefront of contemporary fashion, beauty and still life photography, the latest issue of Schön Magazine celebrates ‘interconnectedness’ and the international cities bringing the art world together. In collaboration with set designer Aliki Kirmitsi, we set out to explore the work of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo with a creative series using fruit and jewels.
I recently teamed up with San Francisco-based creative agency Eleven Inc to work on a two-part project shooting both stills and moving image. Using a combination of high-speed camera equipment, jewels and seasonal ingredients, the team and I worked over two days to create the final series. Here's some behind the scenes images of the creative project coming to life...
With plenty of creative challenges keeping us busy over the summer - here's a quick peek behind the scenes at the team and I working on set. Don't forget to keep an eye out for further project updates!
In recent weeks I've worked on some festive projects - which included these icy test-shot images for a cosmetics editorial, a collection of luxury gifts for Harrods magazine, and this Christmas shopping campaign for Heathrow Airport!
125 Live is celebrating photographic creativity, and the fantastic work of the magazine’s contributors of the last decade. Bringing together a major exhibition featuring the work of 100+ artists, my contribution to 125’s exhibition is an image named ‘Skinless’, which is taken from the series Naked. 125 Live has already kicked off, and my work - along side many other fantastic pieces - is currently on display at 28 Redchurch Street, until the 28th September 2014.
Don't forget to come and check it out!
A collection of images that I created for Schon magazine was mentioned in this copy of 'Setting the Scene', a set design book published by Index Books. The story was based around the notion of Bespoke/Craft. We wanted to create a set that would show this concept, but would still work with high-end jewellery.
Set Designer & Prop Stylist: Linnea Apelqvist
Fashion: Huma Humayun
Client: Schon Magazine
I recently collaborated with set designer Carrie Louise on a personal project inspired by Bauhaus.