- Vodafone shoot in Andalucia with Grey London.
- PDN New York 2013.
- Little Big Cat breaks cover for Whiskas
- New Whiskas posters up and around the UK.
- Whiskas Big Cats with AMV BBDO in Shamwari, South Africa
- A quiet moment in San Francisco
- Shooting In San Francisco with Link9 New York
- Masai Mara on New Years Day
- “The worst zoo in the world”
October 12, 2009
We created this “homeless animals’ campaign for The Born Free Foundation to highlight the problem of habitat loss. The ads were art directed by Katy Hopkins and Steve Hawthorne at WCRS…. “Most people know that deforestation and the loss of natural habitats is a problem. They know that many animals are displaced an killed by this process. That doesn’t mean, however, that they do anything about it. This is partly because people feel they’ve heard it all before and partly because the problem seems so far away. So, in order to address this, we wanted to create a campaign that highlighted the problem in a way that was both surprising and that made the problem feel relevant to people in Britain. That’s where the idea of homeless animals came from. By destroying the areas in which animals would naturally live, we are essentially making them homeless. And homelessness is something that everyone in Britain understands and can relate to. By putting animals in settings where we would normally expect to see homeless humans we are getting across the problems that these animals face in an unexpected, relevant and hopefully engaging way.”
October 6, 2009
The Dark Exhibition was showcased at The Association of Photographers Gallery in London for a week in September. It was curated by my Agent, Alyson Jones, and also featured excellent portrait photographer, Phil Fisk. We had our private view on Thurs 17th and a jolly social occasion it was too. Idiotically, I forgot to arrange for any pictures to be taken of the evening but we managed to track down these few snaps taken by a friendly guest.