Chris Everard shot the Autumn/Winter 2018 collection for The White Company on location in Surrey. With styling by Lesley Dilcock and art direction by Liz Hanlon

Nato Welton shoots “Love Notes”, a fragrance story of enticing essences for winter weddings for the Jan/Feb ’19 issue of Conde Nast’s Brides Magazine

‘From soft sensuality to spicy, invigorating, or gently feminine fragrances, here are the best new bridal scents of the season, selected by Sophie Cullen.’

Marco Rufini shot the FW 2019 collection for Antocostasette Milano. With Styling by Silvia Canavese and Art direction by City Frame.

Chris Everard shot the AW18 collection for John Lewis with styling by Elkie Brown and Sania Pell, and art directed by Laura Eyres. The pastel hues and monochrome accessories shown with contemporary design details create delicious spaces to hibernate in this winter.

Nato Welton shoots the annual Watch and Jewellery Guide’s front cover and main feature available with Condé Nast Traveller’s December 2018 Issue

Three artists and their studios where they worked are reimagined as the backdrops for this year’s most masterful watches. Styled by Jessica Diamond. Art Direction by Paula Ellis.

We are proud to announce that John Davis’ portrait, ‘Felicia’ was awarded a Portrait of Britain Award 2018 and is featured in the first ever Portrait of Britain book compiled in collaboration with the British Journal of Photography

‘These magnificent photographs capture at once the great diversity and the inescapable identity of the British.  Gay, straight, bisexual and non-normative; male, female and non-binary; old, young and in between – how can it be that these – every one a compelling identity in its own right – are nonetheless trumped by a Britishness as heavy and irresistible as a Dundee fruit cake?’
Will Self, from the introduction of Portrait of Britain book


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