Now available for your viewing pleasure in the August issue of Mens' Health.
..is Joel of Nutrifix. In Leon. In that there London.
The finished story will be appearing in the August issue of Mens Health.
The MH story continues..
In disused a air raid shelter 30m below Clapham High St..
..no one can hear you scream. Or see you wearing a beard net.
Street cred intact, we emerged with some of these.
Which led to this delicious dinner..
Happy to be renewing a long standing relationship with Mens' Health. A feature titled 'Nutrition Mavericks' (I guess you'll have to read the piece) leads me to deepest darkest Dorset and the breeding ground for Cabrito goat. Took some pics of Cabrito founder James Whetlor and made a friend or two along the way.
Another job with the good people of TMPW. A day spent in Sainsbury's Coventry offices and on the shop floor in Rugby (insert Rugby factoids here). Pictured is the nice outside bit where you can have lunch.
Work has already begun on the Wiltshire College 2019 Prospectus. Four days across four sites - Trowbridge, Chippenham, Lackham and Salisbury. Two down, two to go. Stonehenge featuring heavily on the drives to and fro. As are the podcasts of Adam Buxton:
Principle Photography for the Peter Symonds 2019 prospectus done, yes?
Glad to see the right hand image being used. Always my favourite.
Just about managed to squeeze the studio set up into the flat.
And then took it outside. Not the first time we've tried shooting up against the garage. Abandoned on the previous occasion due to wind. No not that sort.
Yep, we're photographing the bins.
University of Winchester promo. Shot last summer at the same time as the stills. Some familiar faces & locations if you check the pics in 'work'.
Surprise cameo at 1:47.
Making work for something loosely titled 'The Idea of Things' or possibly 'A New Taxonomy of Photography' (work very much in progress), I found myself spending a couple of days in Tetbury (near Bath). The kind people of the police museum provided me with a vintage photo-fit system and a room to fiddle about in.
.. Which turned out to be an absolute gift for a project involving golf courses. More on that later.
A few spreads from the new prospectus. The last one always repeats. Don't know why.
The start of a new project. This is our mobile studio in which we encourage/coercere/bribe dogs to photograph themselves. By biting/chewing/sitting/standing on or otherwise squishing a remote shutter release, a photograph is taken. Treats and squeaky toys help. Certain breeds are more cooperative than others. A survey of sorts.
Technically you could play this with the normal Monopoly accessories, should you feel so inclined.
There is an official Winchester version but I like to think this one's more.. accurate. Also it didn't cost £9k to get your name on the board. Just a degree of smugness..
New website up and running. Lots of photography on there. Some mine, some not..