All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Advertising Photography’

C.G.I. – Capture, Generate…..Innovate!

C.G.I. – Capture, Generate…..Innovate!

For those of you with long memories, my ‘CGI journey’ started in 2004, setting up a CGI production studio AIR-CGI (Automotive Image Rendering) in 2006 and creating Ford USA’s first CGI press ad campaign for their new model, the Ford Edge. Our Mars press ad with AMVBBDO London won a Campaign Photo Award shortly after, […]

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Poetry In Motion

Poetry In Motion

This week I purchased a Minolta XG-1 – what a blast from the past, old school analogue. I spent some of this morning re-acquainting myself with the all manual controls (took about 2 minutes!) – and ordering Ilford HP5 B&W film for it (when was the last time you did that, I ask?) This was […]

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Studio Killed the Instagram Star

Studio Killed the Instagram Star

Ever get a song stuck in your head? After reading that title, you might…you’re probably singing it in your head. And why not? It’s catchy, popular and a good representative of it’s era. Kind of like Instagram. Anyone who has a penchant for photography can get their craft out there. It’s making it tougher to […]

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Finding Epic 49° 10′ 49.30″ N  -2° 14′ 45.06″ W

Finding Epic 49° 10′ 49.30″ N -2° 14′ 45.06″ W

Head South, not North – in the UK when most people think 4×4 locations they think Scotland, Wales & all points north – yawn, predictable and possibly rather cliched! But then I suppose if you are a clothing company – waxed jackets, wellies & tweed caps with gundogs…why not? To find something different you need […]

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Creativepool Spotlight interview

Creativepool Spotlight interview

It was great to be interviewed by the guys at Creativepool a few weeks back for their Inspiration section, so yeah 🙂 without further ado…here it is… “I’ve been freelancing since 1989 and have shot globally for most automotive brands from Rolls Royce to Renault, Bentley to Buick, Cadillac to Kia,” says Nigel Harniman, reflecting […]

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Tranquility and the Muonionalusta meteorite

Tranquility and the Muonionalusta meteorite

Released to the press & public in Geneva this week – our latest work with Rolls-Royce – the Phantom Tranquility. The brief was to produce a suite of images and cinemagraphs inspired by celestial bodies to give a feel of ‘other worldliness’. This stunning car has some incredible features including a piece of the 1906 […]

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For The Ride – Thruxton, Rocket…and a Milo?

For The Ride – Thruxton, Rocket…and a Milo?

If you follow any of our social channels, you may have seen the behind-the-scenes of us working with the Milo arm . . .this project was conceived as an interactive web experience for the viewer to get up-close & personal with the new Thruxton through the Triumph website.  (Hence no funky soundtrack on this one!)  […]

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The Dark Side…Rolls-Royce Black Badge

The Dark Side…Rolls-Royce Black Badge

We went to The Dark Side with Rolls-Royce, when we were invited to shoot a very special collection of 40 Wraiths and 30 Dawns. The Black Badge Collection named Adamas feature laboratory grown black diamonds encrusting the Black Badge Infinity symbol amongst many other special details, the Spirit of Ecstasy in machined carbon fibre and […]

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Saatchi & Saatchi…and MadCow

Saatchi & Saatchi…and MadCow

Just released this week is the latest press campaign commissioned by Saatchi & Saatchi London for Zovirax/GSK. We were tasked with creating a press ad to fit both 48 sheet and 6 sheet poster format executions, shooting models, props, vehicles and landscapes on location then integrating with CGI elements of a virus and force field. Production […]

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Gone in 178 seconds…film #MadeLikeAGun

Gone in 178 seconds…film #MadeLikeAGun

The Royal Enfield ‘Pegasus’ limited edition motorcycles went on sale this week…and were gone in 178 seconds! It was an amazing project to be involved with especially for someone like me whose first love at 16 was motorbikes prior to getting into cars. Great to be involved in such a unique backstory meeting WW2 veterans, […]

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