Latest slo-mo: London 2012 anti-doping ad for GSK featuring Marlon Devonish, Olympic Gold Medal sprinter.
A recent ad I worked on for Diesel eyewear has been released. Great team to work with – I particularly love the lighting – flare, low contrast, superb!
It’s that time of year again. And this year, i’m happy to have been asked to co-curate the show. As usual, a fantastic selection of work has made it into London Independent Photography‘s 23rd annual exhibition. The standard of much of the work & its presentation is extremely high. Pop along and take a look – its at the Strand Gallery in London from 18-29th October.
I’ve been working with Green Door Films filming some slo-mo sequences for Kasabian’s ‘Switchblade Smiles’ (above), GDF also worked on the promo piece for their upcoming O2 gigs… Just check out that opening overhead pan shot…:)
I’ve also recently been working on the new Guy Ritchie feature ‘Sherlock Holmes 2’ with Robert Downey Jr and Jude Law. Filming finished in Greenwich last week and the movie is due to open on October 31st in LA. Some teaser footage is here. It was fantastic to get to work on such a big, well-oiled feature production.
Presenting Instantia, the degree show for this year’s UWL MA Photography students. Having been through the course myself, I was really honoured to have been asked to curate this years show at the PM gallery in Ealing, London. There’s some fine work on display by a number of emerging and established photographers, and the show is shaping up to be a superb and exciting showcase for these artists work in a prestigious London gallery.
The show runs from 21 Sept to 15 Oct at the PM Gallery and house, W5 5EQ; come down and have a look!
Instantia website: http://www.instantiaphoto.co.uk/
Take 107 contemporary photographers, including the likes of Elinor Carucci, Andrew Phelps, Vanessa Winship, Laura Pannack and Harry Borden, ask them to submit a title or instruction for the next photographer to respnd to, and after a few months you get The Chain, dreamt up and curated by UK curator Stuart Pilkington. Great fun!
The Viewfinder Gallery is relaunching itself as an online gallery and hub for London-based fine art photography. I was interviewed by Kathleen Brey earlier this year for the ‘Non | Fiction’ show and this interview has been published in ReViewFinder 3, the third in a series of Blurb books published by the gallery.
You can preview the book below and paper copies can be ordered through the blurb site here.
I have some images from my Domestic Fables series in the forthcoming UnRevealed show at the Cafe Grove Gallery in Ealing. The show runs from 13th May 20111 to 2nd July and it includes some fantastic work from a number of UWL students and alumni. Stop by, have a look, eat, drink and see Ealing’s hippest Polish cafe.