We’re loving the rich colours of this fabulous beetroot feature shot by Susan Bell for the latest issue of Waitrose Food. Susan spent time on a beetroot farm photographing the growing crops and then almost a year later we went into the studio to shoot the recipes. It’s such a treat to shoot an ingredient from the ground to plate – we hope you enjoy the images as much as we did photographing them.
We really needed our Christmas break this year as we finished off 2016 with a 3 days shoot for a new beauty client with Susan Bell and started 2017 with a 4 day shoot for David Boni with another new – this time pharmaceutical – client. It’s only halfway through the month and we’ve already been out and about with the portfolios and treats for hungry browsers and had a creative PPM at the top of an unfinished skyscraper with Mowie Kay. So all in all 2017 really started with a bang for us – and we hope it has for you too.
Looking forward to working with old and new clients again this year – and do let us know if you’d like to book us in to come into your office to show you portfolios and bring you cake…
We had a very happy, champagne fuelled, night out (thank you Tattinger and Pink Lady) at the Food Photography Awards last night . It’s always a lovely chance to see many of our favourite clients in one place, and to look at some amazing food photography on the walls. But last night, we had even more to reason to enjoy it as our very own Susan Bell won first prize in the Production Paradise Food off the Press category (https://www.pinkladyfoodphotographeroftheyear.com/finalists-gallery-2016/ ) To say that Susan was surprised to win would be an understatement – but she rallied round and we helped her to celebrate late into the evening. Congratulations Susan on a fabulous win!
We are absolutely delighted that Robyn Vickers and the Ogilvy and Mather crew won a graphite pencil in the D&AD for their project for Amnesty. It was a tricky project involving hours and hours of work with melted wax, candles, models and hidden figures. The project raised both money and awareness for Amnesty and was a great success. We are proud that Robyn was involved – you can see more about the project here: