All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘motorcycles’

A Two-Wheeled Tribute to Wartime Heroes

A Two-Wheeled Tribute to Wartime Heroes

Fit as a Flea With Remembrance Day just around the corner, I felt like revisiting the Royal Enfield Pegasus project that I was called on to shoot in the early part of 2018…I’ll show you why. “”The story of the Flying Flea is both remarkable and inspiring, and it has a history like no other […]

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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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Ton of Fun on the TT

Ton of Fun on the TT

When you are called up & asked if you fancy hanging out with the legendary world champion motorcycle racer ‘Fast Freddie Spencer’, Royal Enfield Main Man Sid Lal and Bike magazine editor Aspi Bhathena, what do you say? …… I’m all in obviously! The VeeDub was packed before the phone went down & we jumped […]

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International Motor Film Awards 2019 nomination

International Motor Film Awards 2019 nomination

International Motor Film Awards 2019 – nominated as Director in Best Creative Film category – had a blast working with the whole team on this – Triumph Motorcycles, their advertising agency McCann, our crew, the editors, and of course the lighting designers who created an amazing environment for us to create some cool film & […]

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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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All Indians…no cowboys

All Indians…no cowboys

Our latest project to share here is with Indian Motorcycles. We shot the bespoke custom Indian Chief Bobber and classic ’41 Scout along with a rather cool collection of Indian range apparel & accessories – leather jackets, t-shirts, boots, glasses gloves… all shot on location at Mid West Moto. A fun shoot, despite the freezing temperatures […]

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Triumphant…the Speed Twin 2019 launch

Triumphant…the Speed Twin 2019 launch

This week Triumph Motorcycles launched their latest Speed Twin model and we were tasked with shooting the teaser film & stills! Triumph Motorcycles new 2019 Speed Twin Teaser from Harniman Photographer on Vimeo. We spent a week in the studio with the secret bike which was under embargo until this week. The preparation started way […]

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Royal Enfield KX – CAD to Concept

Royal Enfield KX – CAD to Concept

Today Royal Enfield unveiled their KX concept motorcycle at EICMA Milano and yep, we were the lucky guys who shot the launch film & stills! The KX is a stunning homage to the historic KX produced by Royal Enfield in the late 1930’s. The original KX was a 1140cc V Twin & the most powerful […]

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‘Made Like A Gun’ – shooting Pegasus

‘Made Like A Gun’ – shooting Pegasus

For the first half of 2018, we have been working with the Royal Enfield team on the exciting Pegasus motorcycle project. The shoots have been pretty diverse and really enjoyable – from atmospheric World War Two Nissen hut locations, banter at sunset around the fire, meeting World War Two Parachute Regt. veterans and hanging out […]

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