Argos shoots with Igor Emmerich

Worked with the lovely Igor Emmerich on a series of shoots for Argos recently. We were in various locations around London, including Notting Hill and The Cobden Club.

I sourced mainly wardrobe for this as Argos had all their goodies as props. Clothing came mainly from the high street and had very much a contemporary, lifestyle/natural feel to it. Final images to follow, but here is a behind the scenes view…

Sony Ericsson, Panini Football Album shoot for Iris

Worked on a shoot for ad agency Iris. I had to source a long list of official 2010 world cup football kits for various countries for a Sony Ericsson shoot. It seemed to work quite nicely in the end – especially seeing as some of the kits actually hadn’t been released yet!

Behind the scenes, vintage style

These are some snaps of us all – we couldn’t resist being in front of the camera and pose in wardrobe! Check out my bouffant hair carefully crafted by Miss Marshall – we went out for drinks after and as the night progressed the ‘bouff’ slipped somewhat into a crazy growth on my head!

Vintage shoot on the Isle of Wight

Myself, and my good friends Simon Winnall his good lady Vicky and H&MU Artist Hannah Marshall all decided to set sail to the beautiful Island of Wight. I organised models from Dadina at Island People and cast them in view to carrying out a snapshot style, vintage inspired test shoot in fabulous and quirky locations; Vintage Vacations Helen from VV was fantastic and allowed us to use her bungalow by the sea and cute town house. These are a few selects from the shoot, there are plenty more to come!

Styling wise all clothing was vintage, mainly from either Beyond Retro or Absolute Vintage as well as several charity shops. I had great fun picking pieces out, shoes, accessories, dresses, aprons, shirts and suits. We decided to just go with who we felt suited what era, so they float a little from 50’s through to 70’s. This is pure artistic license!

Great fun, am gonna post the behind the scenes shots of us too!

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