This is my latest shoot involving children falling from a plane over the city of London. I would like to thank BMA Models & Sade in particular for providing the three wonderful children.
If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn't thinking
My latest shoot. ‘Cadagan Sq’
Photographing the sublimely talented model Emma Langwith in what can only be the most eye popping location I have ever been trusted to step into.
Emma was wearing Michael Kor dresses straight from the Oscars, Issa dresses from the catwalk and a vintage one off piece. Using our friend Archie as a delightful prop, I managed to create these enchanting, elegant profound images that can only make everyone involved proud.
Check out the images below and let me know what you think.
Work in the Financial Times makes Chris a happy photographer
I had the pleasure to work with the super talented creatives Dan & Ben at Leo Burnett last month.
I was asked to photograph and film badly spelt graffiti for their client thetutorcrowd.com and it was cheekly re wrtitten so the grammar made sense.
Here is some lovely PR on the work…
Thank you Jonny.
I owe all the credit to my wonderful assistant for this one.
Two weeks ago she decided to submit my work to the a magazine called Scout. (Think Timeout but more boutique)
I love the vibe of the mag, the art direction and the presence. For that reason I was honoured to hone the front page and be named ‘cover star’ for the month of March. Slip inside to page 6 and you get to know a bit more about me, why I live in London and what places keep me happy.
Thank you to my assistant, thank you to ScoutMag.
After a recent trip to San Diego California I was surprised how the city splits. From the rich finance district to the shore line littered with homeless people.
San Diego is a Naval town and has been for many many years. This is evident by the amount of Ex Veteran Homeless people begging for what little they can get. They had a different look about them, a more distinguished weathered appearance to the average homeless person I see.
I planned to photograph these people and it was never spontaneous but the reactions I received from them was. To photograph them I offered each person money and each person refused it. ‘I would only waste it on drink’ was the main response. What they wanted from me was conversation, and I was more than happy to do us. I learnt a lot. We talked about the surrounding areas, how the homeless situation is growing and evolving and the tigers at San Diego Zoo.
As we talked I photographed and this gave the distinct looks into the camera.
My partner produced this beautiful, powerful emotional advert for the Marie Curie Great Daffodil Appeal.
Super proud of her.
I am today, shooting in the great Stationers’ Hall in St Paul’s, central London.
Usually you would walk past this building in a blink of an eye but if you give it a little time and step inside you will be pleasantly surprised.
A grand old building littered with paintings of Lord Mayors, Grandfather clocks and enough Axminster carpet to lose your poppy in.
A beautiful beautiful setting to what hopes brings fantastic results.
Now live I can share these great portraits I captured on the TV shoot for the Marie Curie Great Daffodil Appeal.
The touching TV advert masterfully directed by Tom Tagholm and art directed by Seb and Ben at DLKWLOWE.
You can see the advert here.
Here are the shots…