Whilst on assignment in Paris last week, we frequently passed the National Library of France that dominated the otherwise six story skyline of the 13th arrondissement. With striking symmetry and a cavernous expanse of subterranean forrest, this structure was a must shoot for us.Read More
Another exciting commission for the good guys at Biasol over in Melbourne took us to the newly opened Liverpool Street Grind location. With the typical Grind features and colour palettes taking centre stage, Biasol have developed yet another environment that is perfect for brunch, lunch and into the evening for cocktails. Their ability to develop spaces that transition throughout the day is seamless. Always a pleasure to capture Biasol’s work for them as they continue to grow here in the UK.Read More
A recent assignment for Studio Makgill led us to working once again with G.F Smith’s beautiful papers. With a detailed brief and an intricately designed product, this shoot was a real pleasure. Combining Studio Makgill’s stunning designs with some much appreciated creative freedom, we developed one of our favourite shoots from the year so far.Read More
We recently had the pleasure of stepping behind the scenes and back in time with a new client to capture the history, character and spatial diversity of some abandoned spaces before their redevelopment.
It’s always fascinating to document these structures in their abandoned state, leaving room for imagination and capturing the patina of their history.Read More
Recent interior work with Faber, capturing the lakeside dining experience at the Bracebridge pool in the heart of Sutton Park. Bringing the outside in through light, texture and palette.
Capturing the essence of the interiors and the true atmosphere of the environment was a real pleasure on this one, leading to a rich, tonal set of imagery.Read More
A recent assignment took us to east London to work with Andrew, the mastermind behind No Idea. Our task was simple, capture the essence of his dishes and the atmosphere of his pop up while he prepares for his opening week which is pending. The menu is paired perfectly with a selection of wines and cocktails that have been carefully curated to compliment Andrew’s culinary creations. Each dish blends sweet and savoury in a completely unique manner, leaving a tasting experience to be enjoyed like no other.Read More
Our latest assignment for Intervention Architecture took us to this beautiful residential property title “Illustrator’s Botanical house.” An intricately designed living, kitchen, dining space flooded with natural light and open space. Bringing the outside in perfectly, blending clean lines and organic fabrication.Read More
A recent assignment took us to the beautiful home of Oxford Metrics director, Nick. With an open brief and a desire for some timeless contemporary portraits, we spent the morning discussing photography, travel and architecture.Read More
A recent assignment found us at Uncommon Fulham, documenting the wayfinding system designed and implemented by the good guys at Studio Makgill. With various internal directories and exterior signage, the subtle but functional design serves it’s purpose perfectly while complementing the interior of the space.Read More
“Discover the insights we encountered when asking the simple question, what is your favourite colour? The 170 page report maps out the colours the world most associates with a range of emotions, elements of the natural world and physical attributes.”Read More
We took another outdoor adventure with Brooks recently to capture the latest colour ways in their C-17 saddles. Set atop a beautiful Temple Cycles frame, the earth toned colours fit perfectly with the location, creating a tonal palette for the shoot.
Looking forward to more location shoots as the year unfolds!Read More