Monthly Archives: July 2012

A Fashionable Olympics

While the big hitters in fashion industry are usually busy designing collections for runways, it seems those same names have been drawing up new creations for the sports arenas.  Giorgio Armani, has designed the Italian Olympic team’s official kit. Ralph Lauren’s

A Fashionable Olympics

While the big hitters in fashion industry are usually busy designing collections for runways, it seems those same names have been drawing up new creations for the sports arenas.  Giorgio Armani, has designed the Italian Olympic team’s official kit. Ralph Lauren’s

Turbo Charged

As we wait for the olympic ceremony to start later today, I have been looking at the new fabrics we are likely to see on show… Nike’s turbospeed features include “zoned aerodynamics”, small dimples in the fabric designed to help athletes go

Turbo Charged

As we wait for the olympic ceremony to start later today, I have been looking at the new fabrics we are likely to see on show… Nike’s turbospeed features include “zoned aerodynamics”, small dimples in the fabric designed to help athletes go

Kwang-Gae

I spent this morning working with Nikki Leigh, a British Taekwondo champion from Cornwall.  I am shooting a series of thirty-second promo’s which feature Olympic sports and young up and coming Athletes.  It was great to be back in the

Kwang-Gae

I spent this morning working with Nikki Leigh, a British Taekwondo champion from Cornwall.  I am shooting a series of thirty-second promo’s which feature Olympic sports and young up and coming Athletes.  It was great to be back in the

“Do It For The Love!” “That Wont Pay The Bills.”

I just spent two days in London visiting with a group of elite retouchers and studio professionals.  There were two things which struck me… A, the amount of time they gave up to talk industry and education and B, how

“Do It For The Love!” “That Wont Pay The Bills.”

I just spent two days in London visiting with a group of elite retouchers and studio professionals.  There were two things which struck me… A, the amount of time they gave up to talk industry and education and B, how

I Went For A Walk On The Moon: Part 2

I have been really enjoying the last few days, discussing some of the things I enjoy reading, watching and listening to at the moment, from trainers to Milan fashion week, icons to short films. I also wanted to bring you

I Went For A Walk On The Moon: Part 2

I have been really enjoying the last few days, discussing some of the things I enjoy reading, watching and listening to at the moment, from trainers to Milan fashion week, icons to short films. I also wanted to bring you

The Moss Effect

Corinne Day was the first to shoot a Kate Moss Vogue cover. Their relationship was extremely close with Day often shooting Moss away from the limelight.  I find something extremely beautiful in the earlier shots of Moss, the less fashioned her appearance

The Moss Effect

Corinne Day was the first to shoot a Kate Moss Vogue cover. Their relationship was extremely close with Day often shooting Moss away from the limelight.  I find something extremely beautiful in the earlier shots of Moss, the less fashioned her appearance

‘Who needs a handbag? I put my money in my bra.’

As a teenager I always thought of Neneh Cheery as a power house in music and the queen of sportswear. It would be true to say she was a true style icon of the 80’s.  Half Swedish/British, her she was

‘Who needs a handbag? I put my money in my bra.’

As a teenager I always thought of Neneh Cheery as a power house in music and the queen of sportswear. It would be true to say she was a true style icon of the 80’s.  Half Swedish/British, her she was