news from the front line

Sølve Sundsbø gets a babysitter

Another calaboration with Spring Studios, this was a series of films shot by the massively talented Sølve Sundsbø who also made it down to my theatre for a day with his cute little girls. Who slept like a baby, as they say. Two world renowned fashion photographers in the same […]

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Nick Knight is the most dapper client yet

I mean seriously, he was wearing a three piece suit and had the most perfectly folded handkerchief in his top pocket. That guy has style, but spanning such a huge career with the most glamourous models and artists may rub off on you, hey. But what an honour to get […]

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Pigeon moves in from Trafalgar Square

This fella was lost, hungry, and needed somewhere warm. No, I’m not talking about Gareth. The lamp has a remote control and all, though that was a Dirty Looks modification. It’s not quite ‘D65’ but what can you do. Also it’s cheaper than FTPing clients large files. Anna Odel, we […]

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Medium Rare Beef – Hue Shifting with Jamie Oliver at Splice

This was a sweet freelance gig (with horseradish), from my friends over at Splice TV in Shoreditch, helping out the talented Chris Rogers. Out of a massive 40 episodes I did about a (baker’s) dozen of them. The highlite was helping to portray the perfect slice of beef in his […]

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The Carpenter’s Arms

If I had a pub it could be called The Blind Beggar, next to where I got married. Or perhaps the Whiter Than White Horse, but I don’t have a pub. Instead I’ve got a Baselight, which cannot dispense beer but can certainly be used to make beer look even […]

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