I was on set producing for
and managed to get a few behind the scenes pictures of
and his creative team at work. Personally I find still life to be one of more creative shoots you get to produce. The lighting and set builds are so crucial to showing the reader an object in a new way.
This shoot brief and concept was devised by a leading ad agency British Airways for BBH
It's been a busy past few weeks at the Lisa Pritchard Agency so lets catch up. This year LPA held a competition to find the best new and emerging photography talent which has just been launched under the
division for 2013-2015. The work ranges from both abstract art portraits to beautifully lit food photography. As a producer what I'm looking forward is seeing how this translates to a commercial shoot for the new futures.
To mark the occasion the launch has been teamed an exhibition at
along with a series of events. One of the events which I was invited to be a part of was a Q&A panel along with industry experts
from the fields of advertising, design and insurance. We were tackling a few preselected questions from people new to the industry or just looking for advice.
The panel included:
Danielle Bouchard Production (Yup me)
Tom Carson Managing Director /
Sarah Knight Senior Project Manager & Producer /
Lisa Pritchard Founder
Paul West Partner /
A breakdown of the questions and my answers can be found on the
. For me it was a great to meet see so many truly hard working people out there in a competitive industry trying to make it work. The exhibition is on until the 9th June please check it out if your in the area.
Hard at work is
stylist. Alice had an amazing time working with both Joanna Lumley as Marie Antoinette and Jennifer Saunders as Edina. Shot in aid of
shot by portrait and celebrity photographer
. I'm looking forward to seeing the final images looks like it was a lot of fun and how could it not be with these two?
, who received her CBE on Tuesday 26th March.
had the pleasure of shooting, styling and doing the hair and makeup for the
former Olympian’s retro styled bikes designed for
More behind the scenes images are to follow, but Victoria clearly liked the cape
brought for the shoot, so much so that Victoria wore it the following day to collect her CBE.
a beautiful stately home in Stratford owned by the
9th Marquess of Hertford. Such an amazing location it warrants a second visit.
So two images that make me smile.
Not sure which one it should be?
Who am I kidding the cat wins hand down. Funny animal images are an advertising trend showing now sign of slowing down.
talented still life photographers
worked In collaboration with
to shoot an image for each of the four seasons which were then compiled into a calendar. Being a John Lewis customer for several years now it was great to finally work with them on such a creative brief.
Rowan was given free choice to choose the products and how to shoot them to represent each of the seasons. Being the producer on the shot has given me a new found respect for still life photography and patience required. Rowan we salute you and lets see what John Lewis do for the upcoming year