“FREEDOM”

PS6

Light Blue for Schools

As you go on, you find yourself reflected in your achievements, in others perceptions and even in dark corners. If you put anything at all into your work, it will shine back at you.

PS8

Classic Brown for portraits. Spontaneous moments are where we excel.

The questions are: Is it what you thought it would be? Is it enough? Is it what you want? We have had a wee bit of that and decided to clarify the answers and build a plan for the Wild Highlander. Articulate the things we care about and the way we care about them – then it is true for us and will be true for everyone.

PS18

One of my favourite images I have taken - to date.

PS38

Greater clarity would not have made for a better moment. Genuine feeling is a must in our style.

Wild Highlander is about people. It always has been about people. Through all the diversity of images on our site, 90% of them are of people. It is not that we love people, ( although we probably do), it is that we love what people are – fascinating, evolving buckets full of surprises and stories.

We try to make people look like they are and like they are perceived. If we can do that then – job done!

PS43

What you do not see is often more important that what you do. The mind fills in the blanks.

PS24

Even our Commercial work, like this chocolate advert, is driven to catch moments

PS44

Isn't this how every boy is seen by his mum!

There is consistency in our style but not cloning. We do not shake the face of one client into the frame of the last picture. But we do shoot in a similar style consistently and largely unwittingly. s our only reason for taking photographs at all.We have incorporated some legacy images not shown here before to introduce the brand diversity before we update you on many stories that we simply ran out of time to discuss last year.

PS42

This image shortlisted this client into the New York finals of the Ralph Lauren Modelling competition.

It is this creative freedom that sits at the essence of what we do – we have discovered. And it is this freedom that we will continue to place at the centre of our world. In creating our new look we have tried to release that looseness of style. A style that we had straight-jacketed in a fine edwardian script and the monochromatic elegance of our look to date.

Trying to make the brand reflect where we wanted to be rather than who we are.

PS37

Sometimes you find you have taken a picture that comes into your "I wish I'd taken that" category - and be thrilled you did. Found, not Posed.

PS35

Every Dog has his Day !

PS15

Taken in natural light on a cold winter dusk with a door light slightly shining from the left. Tribute to Nikon and the D3 Sensor.

PS12

Looks beautiful in a natural oak frame

PS34

Just light from a stairwell window. Nothing special but the day itself!

That closet is now trashed and we stand basking in natural light. The branding you see in the previous blog post and you will now see tranforming all of our communications and activities is designed to reflect that loose creative freedom that is our only reason for taking photographs at all.

PS32

Lisa Kwei (pronounced KWAY). First album is due out in June. Beautiful Singer who has served her apprenticeship.

PS27

I am proud if this image. It tells the esact story I was looking to achieve.

PS9

Don't know how this got so right but studio madness takes over sometimes

PS1

The Godfather. Looking hale and chipper but muttering ...'get on with it'

PS26

Ulorin Vex shot courtesy of Yerbury. An Honour.

We have incorporated some legacy images not shown here before to introduce the brand diversity before we update you on many stories that we simply ran out of time to discuss last year.

PS13

Athena eat your heart out

PS14

when a model is not a model ...

PS10

A very unadventurous look at skintone with an eye cocked to Mapplethorpe

PS4

Writer, Actor and Director Graham Pountney

PS11

No-one, and I mean No-one, has ever looked better with no front teeth.

PS5

In Memoriam

PS3

A celebration of life

PS25

Ulorin Vex and a wild blue scarf

PS2

Cool and beautiful with great smoky eyes. Reading Vogue all your life pays off.

Catch you soon…

Friday, February 12th, 2010 Uncategorized

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“FREEDOM”

PS6

Light Blue for Schools

As you go on, you find yourself reflected in your achievements, in others perceptions and even in dark corners. If you put anything at all into your work, it will shine back at you.

PS8

Classic Brown for portraits. Spontaneous moments are where we excel.

The questions are: Is it what you thought it would be? Is it enough? Is it what you want? We have had a wee bit of that and decided to clarify the answers and build a plan for the Wild Highlander. Articulate the things we care about and the way we care about them – then it is true for us and will be true for everyone.

PS18

One of my favourite images I have taken - to date.

PS38

Greater clarity would not have made for a better moment. Genuine feeling is a must in our style.

Wild Highlander is about people. It always has been about people. Through all the diversity of images on our site, 90% of them are of people. It is not that we love people, ( although we probably do), it is that we love what people are – fascinating, evolving buckets full of surprises and stories.

We try to make people look like they are and like they are perceived. If we can do that then – job done!

PS43

What you do not see is often more important that what you do. The mind fills in the blanks.

PS24

Even our Commercial work, like this chocolate advert, is driven to catch moments

PS44

Isn't this how every boy is seen by his mum!

There is consistency in our style but not cloning. We do not shake the face of one client into the frame of the last picture. But we do shoot in a similar style consistently and largely unwittingly. s our only reason for taking photographs at all.We have incorporated some legacy images not shown here before to introduce the brand diversity before we update you on many stories that we simply ran out of time to discuss last year.

PS42

This image shortlisted this client into the New York finals of the Ralph Lauren Modelling competition.

It is this creative freedom that sits at the essence of what we do – we have discovered. And it is this freedom that we will continue to place at the centre of our world. In creating our new look we have tried to release that looseness of style. A style that we had straight-jacketed in a fine edwardian script and the monochromatic elegance of our look to date.

Trying to make the brand reflect where we wanted to be rather than who we are.

PS37

Sometimes you find you have taken a picture that comes into your "I wish I'd taken that" category - and be thrilled you did. Found, not Posed.

PS35

Every Dog has his Day !

PS15

Taken in natural light on a cold winter dusk with a door light slightly shining from the left. Tribute to Nikon and the D3 Sensor.

PS12

Looks beautiful in a natural oak frame

PS34

Just light from a stairwell window. Nothing special but the day itself!

That closet is now trashed and we stand basking in natural light. The branding you see in the previous blog post and you will now see tranforming all of our communications and activities is designed to reflect that loose creative freedom that is our only reason for taking photographs at all.

PS32

Lisa Kwei (pronounced KWAY). First album is due out in June. Beautiful Singer who has served her apprenticeship.

PS27

I am proud if this image. It tells the esact story I was looking to achieve.

PS9

Don't know how this got so right but studio madness takes over sometimes

PS1

The Godfather. Looking hale and chipper but muttering ...'get on with it'

PS26

Ulorin Vex shot courtesy of Yerbury. An Honour.

We have incorporated some legacy images not shown here before to introduce the brand diversity before we update you on many stories that we simply ran out of time to discuss last year.

PS13

Athena eat your heart out

PS14

when a model is not a model ...

PS10

A very unadventurous look at skintone with an eye cocked to Mapplethorpe

PS4

Writer, Actor and Director Graham Pountney

PS11

No-one, and I mean No-one, has ever looked better with no front teeth.

PS5

In Memoriam

PS3

A celebration of life

PS25

Ulorin Vex and a wild blue scarf

PS2

Cool and beautiful with great smoky eyes. Reading Vogue all your life pays off.

Catch you soon…

Friday, February 12th, 2010 Uncategorized

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“FREEDOM”

PS6

Light Blue for Schools

As you go on, you find yourself reflected in your achievements, in others perceptions and even in dark corners. If you put anything at all into your work, it will shine back at you.

PS8

Classic Brown for portraits. Spontaneous moments are where we excel.

The questions are: Is it what you thought it would be? Is it enough? Is it what you want? We have had a wee bit of that and decided to clarify the answers and build a plan for the Wild Highlander. Articulate the things we care about and the way we care about them – then it is true for us and will be true for everyone.

PS18

One of my favourite images I have taken - to date.

PS38

Greater clarity would not have made for a better moment. Genuine feeling is a must in our style.

Wild Highlander is about people. It always has been about people. Through all the diversity of images on our site, 90% of them are of people. It is not that we love people, ( although we probably do), it is that we love what people are – fascinating, evolving buckets full of surprises and stories.

We try to make people look like they are and like they are perceived. If we can do that then – job done!

PS43

What you do not see is often more important that what you do. The mind fills in the blanks.

PS24

Even our Commercial work, like this chocolate advert, is driven to catch moments

PS44

Isn't this how every boy is seen by his mum!

There is consistency in our style but not cloning. We do not shake the face of one client into the frame of the last picture. But we do shoot in a similar style consistently and largely unwittingly. s our only reason for taking photographs at all.We have incorporated some legacy images not shown here before to introduce the brand diversity before we update you on many stories that we simply ran out of time to discuss last year.

PS42

This image shortlisted this client into the New York finals of the Ralph Lauren Modelling competition.

It is this creative freedom that sits at the essence of what we do – we have discovered. And it is this freedom that we will continue to place at the centre of our world. In creating our new look we have tried to release that looseness of style. A style that we had straight-jacketed in a fine edwardian script and the monochromatic elegance of our look to date.

Trying to make the brand reflect where we wanted to be rather than who we are.

PS37

Sometimes you find you have taken a picture that comes into your "I wish I'd taken that" category - and be thrilled you did. Found, not Posed.

PS35

Every Dog has his Day !

PS15

Taken in natural light on a cold winter dusk with a door light slightly shining from the left. Tribute to Nikon and the D3 Sensor.

PS12

Looks beautiful in a natural oak frame

PS34

Just light from a stairwell window. Nothing special but the day itself!

That closet is now trashed and we stand basking in natural light. The branding you see in the previous blog post and you will now see tranforming all of our communications and activities is designed to reflect that loose creative freedom that is our only reason for taking photographs at all.

PS32

Lisa Kwei (pronounced KWAY). First album is due out in June. Beautiful Singer who has served her apprenticeship.

PS27

I am proud if this image. It tells the esact story I was looking to achieve.

PS9

Don't know how this got so right but studio madness takes over sometimes

PS1

The Godfather. Looking hale and chipper but muttering ...'get on with it'

PS26

Ulorin Vex shot courtesy of Yerbury. An Honour.

We have incorporated some legacy images not shown here before to introduce the brand diversity before we update you on many stories that we simply ran out of time to discuss last year.

PS13

Athena eat your heart out

PS14

when a model is not a model ...

PS10

A very unadventurous look at skintone with an eye cocked to Mapplethorpe

PS4

Writer, Actor and Director Graham Pountney

PS11

No-one, and I mean No-one, has ever looked better with no front teeth.

PS5

In Memoriam

PS3

A celebration of life

PS25

Ulorin Vex and a wild blue scarf

PS2

Cool and beautiful with great smoky eyes. Reading Vogue all your life pays off.

Catch you soon…

Friday, February 12th, 2010 Uncategorized

No comments yet.

Leave a comment

“FREEDOM”

PS6

Light Blue for Schools

As you go on, you find yourself reflected in your achievements, in others perceptions and even in dark corners. If you put anything at all into your work, it will shine back at you.

PS8

Classic Brown for portraits. Spontaneous moments are where we excel.

The questions are: Is it what you thought it would be? Is it enough? Is it what you want? We have had a wee bit of that and decided to clarify the answers and build a plan for the Wild Highlander. Articulate the things we care about and the way we care about them – then it is true for us and will be true for everyone.

PS18

One of my favourite images I have taken - to date.

PS38

Greater clarity would not have made for a better moment. Genuine feeling is a must in our style.

Wild Highlander is about people. It always has been about people. Through all the diversity of images on our site, 90% of them are of people. It is not that we love people, ( although we probably do), it is that we love what people are – fascinating, evolving buckets full of surprises and stories.

We try to make people look like they are and like they are perceived. If we can do that then – job done!

PS43

What you do not see is often more important that what you do. The mind fills in the blanks.

PS24

Even our Commercial work, like this chocolate advert, is driven to catch moments

PS44

Isn't this how every boy is seen by his mum!

There is consistency in our style but not cloning. We do not shake the face of one client into the frame of the last picture. But we do shoot in a similar style consistently and largely unwittingly. s our only reason for taking photographs at all.We have incorporated some legacy images not shown here before to introduce the brand diversity before we update you on many stories that we simply ran out of time to discuss last year.

PS42

This image shortlisted this client into the New York finals of the Ralph Lauren Modelling competition.

It is this creative freedom that sits at the essence of what we do – we have discovered. And it is this freedom that we will continue to place at the centre of our world. In creating our new look we have tried to release that looseness of style. A style that we had straight-jacketed in a fine edwardian script and the monochromatic elegance of our look to date.

Trying to make the brand reflect where we wanted to be rather than who we are.

PS37

Sometimes you find you have taken a picture that comes into your "I wish I'd taken that" category - and be thrilled you did. Found, not Posed.

PS35

Every Dog has his Day !

PS15

Taken in natural light on a cold winter dusk with a door light slightly shining from the left. Tribute to Nikon and the D3 Sensor.

PS12

Looks beautiful in a natural oak frame

PS34

Just light from a stairwell window. Nothing special but the day itself!

That closet is now trashed and we stand basking in natural light. The branding you see in the previous blog post and you will now see tranforming all of our communications and activities is designed to reflect that loose creative freedom that is our only reason for taking photographs at all.

PS32

Lisa Kwei (pronounced KWAY). First album is due out in June. Beautiful Singer who has served her apprenticeship.

PS27

I am proud if this image. It tells the esact story I was looking to achieve.

PS9

Don't know how this got so right but studio madness takes over sometimes

PS1

The Godfather. Looking hale and chipper but muttering ...'get on with it'

PS26

Ulorin Vex shot courtesy of Yerbury. An Honour.

We have incorporated some legacy images not shown here before to introduce the brand diversity before we update you on many stories that we simply ran out of time to discuss last year.

PS13

Athena eat your heart out

PS14

when a model is not a model ...

PS10

A very unadventurous look at skintone with an eye cocked to Mapplethorpe

PS4

Writer, Actor and Director Graham Pountney

PS11

No-one, and I mean No-one, has ever looked better with no front teeth.

PS5

In Memoriam

PS3

A celebration of life

PS25

Ulorin Vex and a wild blue scarf

PS2

Cool and beautiful with great smoky eyes. Reading Vogue all your life pays off.

Catch you soon…

Friday, February 12th, 2010 Uncategorized

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