Rummaged through the ol’ hard-drive and came across this neglected shot of Radhika, up in the mountains of Narvik, Norway. I’m feeling pretty inspired by dashes of colour after seeing Spike Jonze’s latest gem, ‘Her’. Did anyone else pick up on the film’s Kodak Portra NC tonality? It’s pretty delicious! Many hats off to Hoyte Van Hoytema, for his absolutely wonderful cinematography.
Today I began my month long internship with Lisa Pritchard Agency. It’s been a great start: the team are lovely, the work is good, and they have a talented bunch of photographers on their books who are worth checking out!
For anyone in London, you might be interested in a couple of events they have lined up. A 'Futures' exhibition will be hosted of five up-and-coming commercial photographers, shortlisted to be represented by LPA for the next two years. The work exhibited is diverse, and portrays a more creative edge to commercial photography. It’s open from 16th May till 7th June, at The Great Eastern Bear in Shoreditch, London, so if you’re around, pop by if you can!
Also held at this venue will be a Q&A session with industry experts, held on Wednesday 22nd May. The panel will answer any questions on professional practice within the commercial photography industry, from marketing and shoot production, to what creatives and art buyers look for in a portfolio. More info on this can be found here.
recently, my photography was used for the japanese release of the band ttng's album, 22.214.171.124.0. this one is pretty special, as it comes with a japanese-only bonus track. it's printed lithographically on uncoated stock.
i’m really pleased with how it’s turned out!
due to tumblr’s image compression, these photos are best viewed when clicked on and enlarged.