I’m incredibly fortunate to have been given the opportunity to take a portrait of Gloria Steinem, the legendary feminist leader.
The Norwegian newspaper, Aftenposten, invited me to their interview with Gloria Steinem in London, to take portraits to compliment their article.
Having known Jess since 2010, it’s been great to see her career into modelling go from strength to strength. I caught up with her recently and did a quick shoot, at an amazing location called ‘The Lost House’ which we were fortunate to have access to.
I’m happy to share one of my portraits of the very talented photographer, Emily Soto, has been featured in Nylon Indonesia.
I took the portrait with Emily on a super hot summers day in New York, last year.
Taylor has been on my radar a while now, after Leanne recommended getting in touch with her while I was in New York.
Unfortunately the day I got to NYC, she was leaving, fast-forward to a few months later and I saw that she was in London, and looking for a photographer, so I immediately got in touch again, and less that two hours later, I was at her hotel meeting her, getting ready to do a whistle-stop tour of Soho, whilst taking a few photos.
Although we only shot for about 25 minutes, I got captured some of my favourite photos I’ve taken to date, Taylor has a very rare energy that just makes working with her effortless.
Here are a few favourites from our quick shoot. Fingers crossed we can shoot together again in the future.
I had the privilege of shooting a portrait of Giles Andreae (childrens author & creator of Purple Ronnie and Edward Monkton) for ELLE Russia!
The portrait was to be included with a feature on fathers who also successfully work with children, as the series featured people who lived in Russia, America and the UK they needed a team from each country to photograph them so that they could eventually all look part of the same series!
The photoshoot took place at Giles's writing studio in Oxfordshire so on the day I met Melissa from ELLE Russia and Elizabeth from ELLE Uk at Paddington to catch the train out to Oxfordshire.On the train we had a closer look at the other photos that were already shot for the series and discussed our ideas for the images we planned to take with Giles!
We met Lara Himpelmann our make-up artist & Suze my assistant for the day at the train station, from there Lara drove and the rest of us got a taxi to the location!
When we arrived we met Giles who introduced us to his son Jackson who would be at the shoot and his daughter Freya was on her way back from school!
Melissa and Elizabeth began by showing Giles the clothing they had so he could chose what he would be wearing - and also a selection for Jackson to chose from when he arrived. Whilst they did this Suze and I set up a temporary studio and the lighting for the photos!
When everyone had got their selected outfits on and were ready to shoot Lara did some light make-up for Giles and Freya and then we begun shooting!
My aim was to keep everything quick during the shoot to keep Jackson from getting bored - so we worked quickly talking to them throughout the shoot.