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Neil Kirk


Tag Heuer

Neil Kirk shoots Tag Heuer’s ‘Don’t Crack Under Pressure’ campaign with their new brand ambassador Cara Delevingne, watch this space.

Jessie Craig


BAFTA Backstage Exhibition Pics

BAFTA’s group show BAFTA Backstage opened this past week at BAFTA’s HQ in London, we went along to check out Jessie Craig’s prints that were looking stunning.
Open to the public this weekend only, the show had over 2000 visitors through its doors for both the exhibit and the Q&A with the artists, see below for a taster of the show and Jessie prints.

Joey L



Joey L’s billboards for Stephen Daldry’s latest film Trash are popping up all across the UK in ahead of its release on January 30th. Shot in Rio, Joey spent over a week with the crew living and filming in the favelas, shooting both the press and keyart for the film starring Martin Sheen and Rooney Mara and local stars Selton Mello and Wagner Moura.

Jason Gould



Jason Gould photographs the Charlotte Hornets’ shooting guard, Lance Stephenson for And1′s latest campaign.

Jessie Craig


BAFTA Backstage Exhibition

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts has announced that on the 19th of January they will open the doors to BAFTA 195 Picadilly, London, for a special photographic exhibition from the BAFTA archive.

‘BAFTA Backstage’ opens to BAFTA members on the 19th January and then to the public on the 24th and 25th of January. Showcasing over 80 images the exhibit features a large amount of work from Jessie Craig and seven other photographers who have all previously covered BAFTA’s Film Awards.

The exhibition includes a a wealth of film talent including Brad Pitt, Kate Winslet, Leonardo DiCaprio, Daniel Day Lewis, Colin Firth, Danny Boyle, Gary Oldman, Goldie Hawn, Kevin Spacey, Martin Scorcese, Helena Bonham Carter, Ian McKellen Tom Hardy and this years EE Rising Star nominee Gugu Mbatha-Raw (pictured).

Amanda Berry OBE, Chief Executive of BAFTA, said: “Our latest exhibition, ’BAFTA, Backstage’, is a stunning collection of photography from the BAFTA archive. It features film’s biggest names captured by some of the very best photographers working in the UK today, so I encourage everyone to come along and enjoy a small selection from our archive as we open our doors to the public on 24 and 25 January, ahead of the EE British Academy Film Awards on 8 February.”

Tickets to the exhibition are free of charge and can be booked through http://bafta-backstage.eventbrite.co.uk The exhibition opens the the public from 10.00 to 19.00 on both Saturday 24 January and Sunday 25 January.

For more info see: http://www.bafta.org

Jason Gould


Personal Project

Jason Gould has spent the past few weeks working on a personal project photographing the players and teams competing in the NY Rugby Sevens Tournament, the largest and longest running sevens tournament in the USA. In this its 55th year the tournament attracted teams from across North America and Canada.
Rugby, while not often associated with the USA, is ever growing in popularity with the vast number of its players and fans coming from collegiate Rugby and the military. In a follow-up to the project, Jason emphasised this point by photographing the teams from West Point US Military Academy & Kutztown University in one of their regular league games.

Ronald Dick


R.Newbold SS15

Ronald Dick shoots the SS15 campaign for Paul Smith’s Japanese range R.Newbold, shot on location in Manchester and drawing on the Hacienda/Madchester vibe of the collection.