Eau De Parfum

Shot for Aromatherapy Associates, they wanted their EDP to be set amongst the ingredients that feature in the scent. The floral environment was created by a specialist florist. We took what she created and worked with the individual stems to position them to that they featured but didn’t take over from the bottle as it nestled in it’s busy environment. Drop focus and focal point play a crucial part in the success of this shot, along with beautiful soft flattering lighting.

Not quite a drone…

Love this image of a hop garden in Kent for Shepherd Neame. There are places where drones are outlawed, but an 8 metre camera stand with remote trigger can also get you up there, with the benefit of being able to carry the weight of my full frame SLR! So there’s no loss in resolution or image quality. 4.00am start to get to the location for the dawn sunrise and only one chance to get the shot in rapidly changing light. A great buzz when it all comes together. Superbly art directed by Bob Wheller at The Team Brand & Communications agency.

IMAS City Portraits

Thought I’d share a few more shots from the IMAS shoot, previously posted. Nice people, great location and lovely light! Sometimes the stars align!

CUBE Execs

Updating the shots of the executive team for CUBE since we last shot them a couple of years back. They wanted some nice head shots but also asked for some more animated shots of the team. They were very good with a little help from each other. Shooting on a Friday evening before they headed out to dinner also helped loosen things up a bit and get some natural expressions. Thanks to Kyan Design for commissioning these images.

New Heights!

Commissioned by Atticus Creative to shoot at Floplast guttering manufacturing. These are the most impressive warehouse racking systems I’ve ever shot, and I’ve seen a few. Towering over ten metres above the ground we shot from one of the forklifts that take the forks along with the operator (and me!) to those heights. Each forklift valued at around £100k, this is an impressive company and needed shots to demonstrate this. Good job I don’t suffer from vertigo! Great as always to work with Sean, creative director at Atticus.