Alun shoots portraits and features for editorial, design and advertising clients. Alun travels extensively, working on location with the subject in their environment to create naturally lit, beautifully composed images.
Alun portrays a wide range of people but is most inspired by the diverse creative talent of the artists, craftspeople and artisans he meets and strives to develop a narrative in his image making, drawing out the individuality of his subject in his pictures. Alun has recently begun to create short films to complement his still images.
Editorial clients include Tatler, Marie Claire and Homes & Gardens. Commercial clients include Aviva, The British Heart Foundation, Waitrose, Morrisons and Honda.
Charlotte Bland shoots food and lifestyle on film.
As she goes about her day, Charlotte uses the camera as a visual diary and records the things that often go unnoticed, helping us view our homes, spaces we occupy and our lives in a whole new way.
Previously published books:
The Cornershop Cookbook (Square Peg)
The Set Table (Cicada Books)
Flavour by Ruby Tandoh (Chatto & Windus)
Charlotte on instagram
With nearly 20 years of shooting in more than 40 countries, Dean is not short of experience and anecdotes. Shooting for mainly editorial clients with a healthy mix of Design Groups, Record Companies and Advertising, Dean shoots people mainly both on location and in the studio. London-based Dean works out of his studio in Stoke Newington.
With a diverse clientele and range of subject matter, Dean is as comfortable shooting Celebrities in hotel rooms as he is shooting models in the middle of a field. He likes to run a professional yet fun shoot, which is reflected in the results he gets putting everyone he shoots as ease.
Recently Dean has been working on more personal projects, something he plans to continue as part of a keen balance between commercial work and his own vision.
Simon is a former TV executive turned award-winning travel & portrait photographer.
Based in London, he’s a fluent Spanish speaker and is passionate about travel - his photographic journeys to over 75 countries have taken him to some of the most beautiful but demanding locations in the world – everywhere from Antarctica to Pakistan, Kashmir to Afghanistan.
Also a published writer, one of Simon’s specialities is tracking down photo stories which give a fresh new angle on a destination or country. The resulting copy and images have appeared in spreads for ‘The Guardian’, 'Sidetracked’, ‘Traveller’, and ‘Lonely Planet Traveller’.
On location he regularly combines street casting with location scouting to produce powerful, naturally lit, portraits, which have not only appeared in the pages of his editorial clients but have been recognised in international awards in Europe, the USA and Asia by the likes of Nikon, the Royal Photographic Society and the Association of Photographers.
David is an advertising photographer and director.
His work, often described as being cinematic, is stunning in it’s simplicity. It is simple, understated and beguiling.
David has been involved in countless award winning campaigns, has shot several global campaigns and published a book celebrating the disappearance of the ashtray, launched on the day of the smoking and featured on Radio 4.
David is currently making a documentary about The stranglers.
Royal Bank of Scotland
Mark's teddy bear book was Waterstone's 2013 Christmas bestseller and sold out on amazon. You can see the photos here:
Mark's work has featured in well known publications such as: The Times magazine, Stylist, Fabulous, Sky magazine, S magazine, Weekend (Ireland), Irish Tatler, Stern (Germany), Stuttgarter Zeitung (Germany), Woman (Austria) and many more.
Also a new feature on Mark appeared on FuseVisual: