Mark Hixon & Iain Steel at the launch of the renovated Chesil House.
From the Fast Stream Twitter feed:
A couple of pics from last week's film screening, panel discussion and photography workshop.
Organised by Birds Eye View, and chaired by Director-at-large, Mia Bays.
We shot this over a day back in August. That's every art director's favourite caff, The Regency, followed by The Skylight bar in Tobacco dock, and Bignor hill in The South Downs.
Available for your reading/viewing pleasure in the October issue.
I've very kindly been invited to take part in a panel discussion following the screening of the 'Faces Places / Reclaim the Frame' film event. I will also be giving a workshop in response to the film's subject matter. This Tuesday, 4th September.
Paint's still wet on these. Finished shooting Monday, up on Friday.
.. looking great. Lean, mean and in rude health.
Photography underway for the new University of Winchester post grad prospectus.
A taster of a new project, tucked discreetly inside the current issue of Smug.
The hoardings surrounding the new 'state of the art' development at the university.
Studio 9 at The Worx Parson's Green to be precise. A fine studio serving a fine lunch. Day 2 of 3 shooting a new campaign for the Civil Service's Fast Track recruitment initiative. Another job with the folk at TMPW.
..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 one of these.
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.