It’s awards season again and Sarah has been doing her thing.
Latest monochrome highlights from the red carpet and behind the curtain.View more 14 Feb 2019
New work shot for Lufthansa magazine.
The story documents one of the world’s most unusual airports, based at Barra beach, in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland.
It’s the only beach airport globally for scheduled flights.14 Feb 2019
Latest film from Noah’s ongoing series of video documentaries bringing life to the labour market in China.
Live Streamer, part of Work-is, tells the story of Jing Zi, one of a growing number of Internet personalities who has made her career from live-streaming.
Tens of thousands of people tune in daily to watch her broadcast live from a phone in Beijing.
Click the link below to watch the film.View more 31 Jan 2019
New work for Shell involving a six-country shoot.
See more highlights below.View more 31 Jan 2019
Short film about a wig factory, as Noah continues to document jobs in China.
Click on the link below to see the film.View more 28 Jan 2019
Cover shoot for Red Bulletin on the world’s most advanced jet suit and its lone British inventor.
Greg spent time with Richard Browning, of Gravity, at a secret Wiltshire test centre.
By all accounts a crazy but fascinating shoot to undertake.View more 24 Jan 2019
New outdoor work shot for Better Homes and Gardens, featuring the 170-acre Naples Botanical Garden in Florida.View more 24 Jan 2019
Latest work in a series of shoots for New York mag’s The Cut column.
It’s all about focusing on what people wear to work. And this time it’s a portrait of Mimi Valdés, chief creative officer of Pharrell’s i am OTHER company.View more 21 Jan 2019
Cover shoot for Brown Alumni Magazine.
Portraits of climate scientist Bathsheba Demuth are in the latest issue.View more 17 Jan 2019
Latest outdoor work by Jesse.
The images are part of a story for Rhode Island Monthly, focusing on a new generation of farmers.View more 29 Dec 2018
Portraits from Greg’s shoot for non profit Peace Direct and Away.
The work focused on the refugee crisis and plight of Muslim minorities after the Marawi conflict in the Philippines.View more 23 Dec 2018
The first in a series of shoots for New York mag’s The Cut column, on what to wear when you work in an art museum.View more 20 Dec 2018
The Christmas issue of Jørn’s popular I Love Chatsworth Road mag is now out.
It includes more drone shots taken of his local community.View more 19 Dec 2018
Beautiful portraits of Maria Alia for Bloomberg Businessweek.
The new work is for a fashion focused story about how modesty is having its moment.View more 19 Dec 2018
Great interview and photo feature for Greg in World Photography Organisation.
It talks all about taking images people want to keep.View more 19 Dec 2018
Greg went behind the scenes of English National Ballet’s festive Nutcracker.
Featured in The Sunday Times Magazine.19 Dec 2018
Oli Kellett is a self-taught British photographer based in Hasting, UK. After starting his career as a creative in the advertising industry, Oli’s passion for photography took him behind the camera creating conceptual imagery for many campaigns. For the past two years, Oli has focused his time on Cross Road Blues, an ongoing project using large format photography to capture people at urban intersections as they navigate their lives.Read more 13 Dec 2018
Delighted to share Greg’s new Gaucho project.
It looks at a unique, timeless tradition in Argentina, not often seen by outsiders. The project celebrates heritage and a self-sustaining lifestyle, full of mystery and myth.12 Dec 2018
New TV ad directed by Surya for Shoppers Stop in Mumbai.
Created for agency Contract Advertising.View more 7 Dec 2018
Portraits of this year’s Turner Prize winner.
Sarah shot Charlotte Prodger for a feature in The Guardian.View more 7 Dec 2018
Inside the Chanel Métiers d’Art show and after-party.
Dolly documented behind the scenes moments for Vanity Fair.View more 6 Dec 2018
Jørn has also shot work for Visa’s UK Christmas campaign.
He photographed more than 30 independent shop owners around London, the Midlands and beyond.
The campaign, a Saatchi commission, is all about encouraging people to shop on their local high street.
Billboards can now be seen up and down the country.View more 6 Dec 2018
Sarah has been busy shooting a nationwide UK Visa campaign for Saatchi.
It’s all about championing independent shopkeepers.
The images are up on billboards across the country.View more 6 Dec 2018
Dolly documented Chanel’s annual Métiers d’Art Show for Vanity Fair.View more 6 Dec 2018
Work for Northern Rangelands Trust, which supports community conservation across Kenya.
Its work is all about peace efforts, empowering local people to take charge of their wild spaces, and building sustainable economies linked to conservation.
To find out more about supporting the trust, click on the link below.View more 23 Nov 2018
Great press for Jørn’s I Love Chatsworth Road project on A Photo Editor’s site.
The latest ILCR mag issue is featured on The Daily Promo, including a short interview all about the project.
A Photo Editor comes from Rob Haggart, former director of photography for Men’s Journal and Outside Magazine.View more 21 Nov 2018
A shoot for Condé Nast Traveler took Gabriela to the colourful Navajo Nation land.
She captured some fabulous portrait and landscape work around the Navajo Intertribal Pow Wow.View more 20 Nov 2018
Surya has directed a TV commercial for Vodafone.
It’s about the telecommunication giant’s new Sakhi app, a safety net that empowers and encourages many more women to work towards their dreams, giving them more confidence to travel away from their homes to work and study.
Most of the HODs for the commercial were women.
Watch the film below.View more 20 Nov 2018
New portrait work by Sarah for The Guardian.
She photographed actor-playwright Stephen Berkoff, best known for his role as Bond villain General Orlov in Octopussy.View more 20 Nov 2018
Gabriela’s latest shoot for The New York Times Style Magazine took her ingredient-hunting in the Massachussets woods.
She photographed Yael Alkalay, founder of beauty brand red flower. See the article and more images below.View more 20 Nov 2018
Portraits of actor Paul Ready for The Guardian.
Sarah shot Paul for a feature about his new role as Macbeth at London’s Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.View more 12 Nov 2018
Sarah has been nominated for the Royal Photographic Society’s hundred heroines campaign, celebrating women in photography today.
She did a takeover of the RPS Hundred Heroines Instagram account for the initiative, sharing work and insight on three projects, including West of West.
The campaign will culminate in a landmark exhibition.View more 7 Nov 2018
The seventh issue of Jørn’s I Love Chatsworth Road magazine is now out.
Around 5000 copies were hand-delivered to local households and businesses in the area. Mostly by Jørn on his bicycle!
That’s some serious community commitment.View more 6 Nov 2018
Jesse is featured in Cause of a Kind’s hero spotlight. He talks about life behind the lens, his passion for nature and exploring the wild with his family, plus some of the challenges he has faced on his photographic journey.
Cause of a Kind is a publication that aims to feature ‘amazing people, pursuing amazing goals, who have a focus on reducing their own environmental impact’. Go Jesse!View more 6 Nov 2018
Portraits of Maisie Williams, aka Arya Stark of Winterfell, shot by Sarah for The Guardian. This is the second time Sarah has photographed the Games of Thrones star.View more 6 Nov 2018
New portrait work by Sarah of singer Neneh Cherry.
Hats off to both of them for producing such beautiful shots, given that the singer’s dad had died just a few hours earlier.View more 20 Oct 2018
Inside this year’s Vanity Fair Best-Dressed party, thanks to Dolly’s coverage.
Pictured is U.S. rapper Diggy Simmons. Follow the link below for more highlights.View more 8 Oct 2018
Jens give us a view of air travel from the pilot’s seat in a shoot for Lufthansa.
Follow the link below for more of Jens’ Lufthansa work.View more 4 Oct 2018
Dolly’s portrait of singer Cardi B for Rolling Stone is now online.
It’s part of a feature on 25 artists with unexpected ties to Tennessee.View more 1 Oct 2018
Sarah and her brilliant West of West project finally have a cover for the book version.
Thanks to all those who have pledged support, more than £25,000 has been raised to make this monograph a reality.
Crowdfunding publisher Unbound aims to release the book next spring.
West of West is all about tender, human moments that unite people. All shot at the end of Route 66, in the bleached beach sun around Santa Monica Pier.
Sarah teamed up with writer Laura Barton for the project.View more 1 Oct 2018
Great spread for Dolly in Milan-based publication, C 41 Magazine, on her Dolly Does Vegas project.
The project explores the surreal world of Vegas, with all its colour, faux architecture and vices.View more 1 Oct 2018
Micheal has been exploring the community of Rhode Island, documenting local people’s lifelong careers and passions.
Among the stories of people with special connections to their communities are local legend Bob Dickerman (pictured) and Micheal’s own brother, Mark McLaughlin, associate head of school and baseball coach at Providence Country Day School.
Mark has coached baseball at Providence for 25 years with Bob, who has coached at the school since 1957 and is a legend in New England baseball. He has been a mentor to Mark for many years and still throws batting practice in his 80s.
In summer, they coach a team together in the Connie Mack League, an amateur baseball league. Baseball keeps them both young and involved in a game they love.26 Sep 2018
Jørn was lucky enough to shoot the new BMW i8 Roadster for AD Germany.
The images were taken at night on London’s streets, around Hackney Wick, Leyton and the Olympic Park.
Jørn photographed well-known designer and engineer Moritz Waldemeyer as part of the assignment.26 Sep 2018
Sarah donned her wetsuit to photograph MP Hannah Bardell for the 209 Women project.
She was one of 209 photographers taking portraits of the 209 female MPs currently in the UK parliament, to celebrate a century of women’s suffrage.
A British Journal of Photography write-up about the project leads with Sarah’s portrait.
Sarah said: “This is the only job I’ve ever done where both me and the subject got caught in strong currents and without noticing (we were yabbering away), drifted three quarters of a mile out to sea!”View more 25 Sep 2018
By all accounts an unforgettable campaign, The Gift of Showz, was a co-creation of OC and New York’s drag communnity.
Dolly documented it all in her usual inimitable style.24 Sep 2018
Sarah has been out roaming London’s streets in the dead of night again.
Latest work from her ongoing project, Tender are the Nighthawks, is now up on our site.
All of the photography is captured during the hours of 2-4am, documenting people on the first or last journeys of the day, in moments where shared human connections can happen.
Take a look.View more 12 Sep 2018
American photographer Greg Miller considers himself more of a fine artist with a commercial career. He uses the serendipity of chance meetings with strangers and large format street photography to build insightful, narrative photographs.
From Nashville to New York and now Connecticut, Greg has moved between small town life and the throngs of city living. He’s always gravitated towards …Read more 10 Sep 2018
New portrait work by Sarah.
She shot some images of visual artist Christian Marclay at Tate Modern, ahead of his new installation there, The Clock.
For more of Sarah’s portrait work follow the link below.View more 7 Sep 2018
Noah has directed the music video for Canadian producer Ryan Hemsworth’s Special Girl soundtrack.
He shot the video in the cultish bootcamp world of a Chinese hair and beauty school.
The single, released this week, is from Ryan’s third album, Elsewhere.
The collaboration came about after a chance meeting and mutual admiration. Everyone was on board with Noah’s vision for a ‘Bollywood style dance routine but slightly more outlandish and disjointed’.
Noah was already doing his own documentary and photo project on the training school (due out very soon) when Ryan came along.
Ryan said it was an honour working with Noah, who has a ‘unique perspective’.
He added: ‘I think it’s a wholesome, playful slong and Noah creating a dance video in a beauty college, everyone surrounded by mannequin heads, is all kind of unforgettable imagery.’View more 7 Sep 2018
Thrilled to see Jesse and his work featured again in Outside magazine.
‘Rewilding the American Child’ interviews Jesse’s about his relationship with his daughter Clover and the camera while exploring the natural world.
Jesse talks about how he went from being Clover’s director to her collaborator, and learnt to follow her and her sisters’ leads.
Read more from the interview and see some images below.View more 7 Sep 2018
A shoot for Auer Packaging took Jens to the beautiful landscapes of Bavaria.
See below for more of the results.7 Sep 2018
Issue 7 of Jørn’s popular I Love Chatsworth Road magazine is now out.
The mag is part of an ongoing project to document the community on his doorstep in east London.
A long-term focus, Jørn continues to photograph old and new faces and places in the neighbourhood.
A launch party to celebrate the new issue takes place at Jim’s Café, on Chatsworth Road, on 6 September.View more 6 Sep 2018
New images by Greg from his trip to Sierra Leone for The Sunday Times Magazine.
His assignment was to document how oyster farmers from Kent are out in Sierra Leone, sharing their shucking expertise with local fishermen.
This new body of work also documents life around Bonthe Island, on Sherbro River Delta, while he was there.
‘It was amazing and quite challenging to be working somewhere so remote, only accessible by boat,’ said Greg.View more 6 Sep 2018
Epic new aerial work by Jens capturing some of the magic and iconic landmarks in Los Angeles.
They were all shot from a helicopter.View more 6 Sep 2018
Sarah features in the National Theatre’s new series about photography in the arts.
Kicking off the series for World Photography Day 2018, she appears in a short video interview, talking about her relationship with the camera, shooting with a Leica and communicating emotion.
Sarah also describes how she documented the rehearsal process for Alexander Zeldin’s play, LOVE, and how he asked her to shoot it as if it was the real thing.View more 21 Aug 2018
Surya has directed a campaign film for United Colors of Benetton, to mark 72 years of independence in India.
The film, really a social experiment campaign, is about showcasing the country’s diversity.
It interweaves the social norms of its older and younger generations, and highlights how young people are paving the way for a united future.View more 21 Aug 2018
World-renowned photographer Tim Flach is fascinated by how humans shape animals and shape their meaning, and likes to explore how imagery can be used to foster an emotional connection. He brings to life the complexity of the animal kingdom in a highly conceptual and incredibly unique style. He believes emotions and feelings are a vital part of telling stories and says ‘sometimes the best science has to be put in a form that …Read more 30 Jul 2018