BKB

BKB stands for Bare Knuckle Boxing. This shot from a series of personal work when I was invited to shoot these guys before and after their fights. It’s a controversial sport but they do it because they love it and were fantastically accommodating for me to sit immediately after their titanic battles in the ring. I can think of many other controversial things in our world to worry about. Oh, and the body art…!

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!

Cider from a Brewery!

Here are some images shot for Shepherd Neame’s first own branded cider, Orchard View. This is produced by Aspall cider makers in Suffolk. We were invited to shoot the product in the the historic Aspall facility where they house the original apple pressing machinery which are centuries old. These sit alongside their state of the art processing and bottling facilities on the site. We were fortunate to have good weather and sunshine burning through the old barn windows to create a warm nostalgic feel to the shots. Of course if there had been no sun I would have made some for myself!!

Aromatherapy Associates Christmas Campaign 2017

Christmas usually comes in the summer as well as the winter for the likes of us photographers. I am very proud of my 12 year working relationship with AA and very happy to have worked on another Christmas campaign with them. We shot their Christmas range in the studio but also headed out to a location house to shoot some lifestyle scenarios for them. Here is a selection of those shots. Lovely rich colours really embrace the warmth of Christmas and the luxury of the brand. Beautiful styling by Ali Moloney as always.

IMAS Website

IMAS are a financial management firm based in the City of London. As part of their new corporate ID and website I was asked to their offices to shoot images of their Partners and consultants, individual and group portraits. Although their boardroom was only on the sixth floor it had astonishing panoramic views of many of the iconic buildings in the city and beautiful natural light even though we were a stones throw from the ‘Walky Talky’. We had a day there so were able to produce a good selection of images for them from formal portraits to some more natural fly on the wall images.