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
We paid a long overdue to our old friends at Honest Skincare recently, capturing their new products and in store progressions. It’s great to see them going from strength to strength and it is always a pleasure to shoot with them.Read More
Our latest assignment with Biasol Design was to capture their project at Greenwhich Grind. With contemporary details and vibrant colours, it was a real pleasure to shoot. We were excited to see our imagery get some coverage over on Dezeen too, justifiably so, as the Biasol team have done an amazing job bringing this project together!Read More
Finlay is a British eyewear brand born with a rebellious spirit when it comes to designing frames. The collection is inspired by a desire to create frames which celebrate the individuality of our wearers.
Adopting the long-established techniques of eyewear artisans located in the foothills of the Italian Alps, we work with expert craftsmen and women to lovingly create each frame.Read More
ola is a British paper goods brand established in 2013 by designer Katy Goutefangea.
Working exclusively with UK makers, ola produce beautiful everyday items with an emphasis on craft, quality and traditional manufacture.
Each item is a celebration of pattern and simplicity. Informed by elements of architecture and abstract geometry, and inspired by artists such as Sol Lewitt, Anni Albers and Donald Judd.
Documenting the roasting process for Quarter Horse Coffee recently, such a satisfying experience to see Nathan take the beans from their original state all the way through to a perfect cup of coffee. It’s always a pleasure to shoot too.Read More
“Our journey began with an idea to reimagine light based on a modern and sophisticated design, this led to our first product being introduced in July 2018.
We felt that the value of light had been lost, buried underneath a disposable society, mass production and outdated products. Following three key principles: design, quality and functionality, we were able to create a lighter made to last and one suitable for our time.”Read More
The Awling design approach blends traditional English leather goods materials and techniques with simple functionality and a modern aesthetic.
Our designer has 25 years’ creative experience in the leather goods industry, this is apparent in our understated yet confident design style. During the creative process details are pared back and distilled to their essence. This simplification creates a strong aesthetic and also highlights the quality of our materials.
We aimed to capture this ethos in our shoot.Read More
Inspiration for the rear extension has stemmed from its context, a garden of mature timbers and greenery. The pitched roof mirrors existing roof pitches, a simple form enhancing the shaping of the existing site, within this conservation area.Read More
Climbing amongst the peaks of Shropshire, we found the ideal location to document the new C-13 saddle for Brooks England. The goal was to show the texture, technicality and durability of the product whilst exploring the outdoor environment. With a unique water resistant woven fabric, the new C-13 comes in both black and white, we look forward to sharing the rest of the campaign with the black series soon.Read More
We began 2019 with another assignment from the good people at G.F Smith and Colorplan. To help launch their new label collection we were asked to take their latest products into the studio and see what we could come up with! We always work to a brief with G.F Smith, however we inevitably end up experimenting with concepts throughout the project to come up with new and interesting compositions.Read More
“The rituals of offering presents in paper ave connected cultures and united people throughout history. Today, in the digital age, paper’s special qualities as an analogue, tactile material are even more pronounced. In a world filled with so much technology, we wanted to highlight old-fashioned ways of presenting gifts bring us together. On display until December 21st.”Read More
“This is the most comprehensive exhibition of work by Haroon Mirza in the UK to date, filling Ikon’s exhibition spaces with moving imagery, sculptural installation and electronic sound. Involving smart sampling, sometimes through collaboration with other artists, Mirza’s practice overall is characterised by a knowing eclecticism and sheer physical impact.”Read More
'“Spotting an opportunity in his hometown of Birmingham for a design-led lifestyle store, Lewis Jenkins decided to open Kin Home. Stocking a hand-selected range of homewares, gifts and stationery, we hope to be the perfect location for shoppers seeking beautiful, functional items that you won't find everywhere else.”Read More
Having worked with Matt for a while now, he recently tasked us with the project of pulling all his projects together and curating them online. With a focus on abstract imagery, details of his craft and a general overview of his projects, we paid a visit to his workshop to see him and his team putting together some bespoke carpentry for a new shop install in Birmingham.Read More
We captured some imagery of the charmingly eclectic ‘The Hedge’ this week in conjunction with a project we are bringing together for MJM Bespoke Fabrications. The store is full of charm and character, enticing visitors to delve into their archives. The dark atmosphere photographed beautifully.Read More