Philip Lee Harvey travels in the footsteps of Jimmie Angel, the first American to discover Kerepakupai Meru, known as Angel Falls in Venezuela. This "Behind the Scenes" of a photoshoot is narrated by Philip Lee Harvey, commissioned by Patek Philippe and is the most interesting "Behind The Scenes" we have ever had the pleasure of posting or watching. Click the picture to view the film:
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This image proved to be quite tricky to create - not only getting acces to an FIA truck but shooting the angle over the drivers shoulder without destroying the truck. Fusing CG and photography perfectly the image reads as a single photograph. The image was to promote a Shell competition - the winner gets to blast round the Hungarian circuit in Budapest in an FIA truck!
Tim Flach shot these cute little koala's for San Diego Zoo.
We are pleased to announce that David Ryle has joined the Peter Bailey Company. David photographs people, places and automobiles and he likes to retouch as much of his own work as possible. He is quite hard to pigeon hole. His images, whatever the subject matter are beautiful.
Parker Biley shot the print campaign to accompany J20's brilliant TVC which you can view here. One of the challenges of this shoot was using the shots of cats and dogs which were shot on the Red Epic for the TV and then integrating them into the backgrounds and the other elements shot by John Parker. It was great to be part of such a brilliant campaign.
To view all 16 MLS Soccer players visit Dylan's site: http://dylancoulter.com/Major-League-Soccer/1/
Alex Telfer’s work has been extensively honoured at this years prestigious Roses Creative Awards 2013.
His work in Photography and Direction took the top two honours of the night in collecting the Grand Prix for the Manchester Art Gallery campaign (featured below) and The Chairman’s Award for the Scottish Government Breast Cancer TV spot. You can view the TV Spots on Alex's new website http://www.alextelfer.com/the-roses-creative-awards-2013
We are pleased to be part of Luerzers Archive 200 Best Digital Artists Worldwide. Both Parker Biley & Circle Media are featured.
When people look at Philip's work they always marvel at the wonderous places he has been. It is easy to forget about all the planes, trains and automobiles he has to take to get to the destination. In the last year Philip has been commissioned to go to Siberia, Utah, Congo, U.A.E, Spain, Italy & Lapland. Read more about Philip's adventures by clicking onto his blog http://www.philipleeharvey.com/news/
LifeProof gives you the freedom to make your iPad your constant companion - so get your case on and your clothes off! Have some fun today - what ever you are doing.
Vincent shot a fair few frames to get the expressions just right. Then when the guys streaking stripped completely Nuud - the extras weren't acting and literally "all" was shot in camera! This is the frame you see now.
Nutrition Works make and supply leading athletes with high quality energy gels. Phil was commissioned to shoot the U.K's leading squash and badminton players on location as part of Nutrition Work's branding. Check out some of Phil's dynamic shots.
We are thrilled to announce the launch of the comprehensive new Alex Telfer branding. The whole project has been a real labour of love and as a result, has brought together a collection of some of the greatest creative minds in fashion, literature and graphic design to help make Alex's vision a reality. You can view the new website @ http://www.alextelfer.com/
Alex firstly commissioned the very talented Studio Precept to undertake the extensive work which included redesigning the portfolio, logo type, website and the limited edition monograph of St Mary's Asylum.
During the process Alex worked with the great fashion designer Nigel Cabourn and Taylor Kent to design and make the amazing portfolio bags. Nigel used a range of fabrics in their manufacture for which he has become synonymous, Ventile, Harris Tweed and the finest Army Canvas and Leather are lavished on the finished product.
The new portfolio design consist of a gorgeous handmade box which contains 30 photographic prints each made on 325 gsm art stock and debossed with the newly created logo. In the bottom of the box is a space to house the St Mary's Asylum Monograph. It is a design which gets right back to basics in understated, high end photographic presentation but in a way that allows the viewer to feel fully connected with the work.
Tara Fisher shoots the photography for James Martin's latest book Slow Cooking.
I dont often blog about our photographers individual websites as the name of the game is to keep the readers of this blog on the "Mother Ship". But hold on a minute... Have you looked at Dylan's website recently? It is new. The imagery is so crisp and sharp. It made me proud to represent such a talented photographer. So if you have 5 mins use that time wisely and enjoy his work: www.dylancoulter.com
Word has it Dylan is lining up a trip to the Euro Zone in the next couple of months. Stay tuned!
Simon Norfolk has submitted this gorgeous landscape photograph to the 'Landmark: The Fields of Photography' exhibition that is currently on show at Somerset House until the end of the month. Click on the link to read more about the exhibition: