Nick Simonite got a sneak peak of the about to open Hotel St Vincent in New Orleans, with hotelier Liz Lambert. Photographed for the Wall Street Journal. See Nick’s interiors and portraits portfolios. Read the WSJ article for the fascinating history of the hotel space.
The new hotel from our friends at Bunkhouse Hotels group, the Hotel Magdalena, photographed by Nick Simonite. See Nick’s portfolio.
Often the images we love the most are the ones captured in between the main event. A selection of images photographer Christopher Collie captured on set with Josie Maran cosmetics. Caught over the duration of the scout with talent and on set in between the actual set ups. Too beautiful not to share. See Christopher Collie’s folio.
Bettina Bati styled model Luz Pavon for the Clinique holiday 2020 campaign. Wardrobe Bettina Bati | Photography Troy Covey | Makeup Andie Markoe-Byrne | Hair Louis Angelo.
Shot on location in NYC Nyra Lang photographed Romolo Cricca and Steffany Borges for Glamour Brazil x Avon brazil. Makeup: Akiko Owada Hair: Junya Nakashima. See Nyra’s portfolio.
New SS2020 Handbag Collection from Brahmin, photographed by Christopher Collie. See Chris’s portfolio.
Christopher Collie photographed Hannah Holman for Tidal Magazine. Wardobe @ Bettina Bati | MU @ Andrew Colvin | Hair @ Juli Akaneya. See Christopher’s portfolio.
Nick Simonite photographed multi disciplined creative writer Sandra Cisneros on location in San Miguel for the cover of Texas Monthly. ‘The Art of the Boot’ takes a look at this vital piece of Texas culture. See Nicks portfolio.
Still life photographer and director Dan Matthews shoots new work for BBH London and Dulux Trade. Each number and letter was individually made by Millar Models and lit and photographed by Dan as separate pieces giving each figure a fantastically rich paint effect. This would have been so tempting to do all digitally. A lovely, crafted piece of creative from BBH. See Dan’s portfolio.
Still life Photographer/Director Dan Matthews, brings the latest campaign for the Marine Conservation society to life. Re-use your bags, bottles and coffee cups. And if you forget, Donate Your Guilt.