I met Richard on a very unrelated family function, being his grandparents-in-law and my parents friends’ 50th wedding anniversary, and when he needed some photographs to accompany his first record we decided to collaborate. At first I wasn’t really sure of where to do the shoot so about a week prior I went on a drive looking for a cool location. I found a derelict, abandoned mansion just a few minutes from where I live and decided that was the perfect place to shoot. Although we couldn’t actually get in the building the grounds were rather enchanting, quiet and provided us with enough privacy to simply get on with it.
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I was asked by copy-writing agency Schrijf-Schrijf to photograph all their employees for the company website. The website has a serious vibe and they wanted photographs to reflect that they were a professional yet young and informal agency. I suggested taking i-phone pics during an typical office day as well as taking more official portraits. They could use the “social snaps” in an Instagram kind of way, to off set the more serious portraits.
Portraits of 4 out of 8 employees
The Social Snaps
Listening to some older Warpaint – “Undertow” and some new Jamie XX