Super happy to see our new IKEA campaign up on billboards and poster sites all over town.
Super happy to see our new IKEA campaign up on billboards and poster sites all over town.
These were an absolute joy to work on. It was a fun challenge to bring these fabulous concepts to life for the brilliant creatives and production team at Mother London.
Shooting for Bensons in the Lake District with the lovely folk at VCCP.
Lion: Pride Before The Fall as featured in Msafiri, the inflight magazine for Kenya Airways.
The 2022 Born Free Lion and Elephant calendars. All photography by me! Proceeds go towards our Last Lions of Meru fund, protecting the remaining lion population in Meru, Kenya. Available now on the Born Free Foundation website.
Our Lion: Pride Before the Fall book received an honorable mention in the ipa International Photography Awards!
Our Lion: Pride Before the Fall book has won a Bronze at the Px3 Paris Photo Awards.
Great to see our feature on Scarface in today’s Guardian. Thank you to journalist Lisa O’carrol for helping spread the word about the life of this remarkable lion.
We are currently the most popular feature on the BBC News site!
Thank you Sophie Lam for a really great Interview and feature.
Wonderful feature in the latest issue of New Scientist. Thank you Gege Li.
Great to see our conceptual work and the contributing creative agencies highlighted here.
“I love it with all my heart and I’m terribly proud to have my own copy” – Joanna Lumley OBE
“This remarkable book opens our eyes and hearts to the world ofthe African lion, one of our planet’s most magnificent yet vulnerable wild creatures” – Virginia McKenna OBE
Thank you Ross Crae for the interview and for this fabulous spread in the Sunday Post.
Lion Pride Before the Fall words and feature. Thank you Kirsten Jones.
A fantastic article by Amy Davies covering our book and work with The Born Free Foundation.
I’ve written the pro column in the latest issue attempting to describe my obsession with lions.
“Let’s make sure these magnificent animals never disappear from our world” – James Cosmo
Here’s our contribution to the @helpthemhelpus initiative to show support for the NHS heroes on the frontline, and raise funds for HEROES. Shot for Iris and Ross Taylor. Thank you to Dawn Moretti and Lu Howlett for getting me involved.
New project photographing the varied and interesting people who have chosen to adorn their bodies with lion tattoos.
New Bank of Scotland work with the legend James Cosmo for adam&eveDDB.
The 2020 Born Free calendar focusses on new life in the animal kingdom. All photography by me! All proceeds go to the hardest working, most effective wildlife charity, bar none. Available now on the Born Free site at www.
The Lions of Lyon. These four cubs have had a rotten start to life. All are victims of the illegal wildlife pet trade. They were confiscated after being found in awful conditions.
Our new ads for Peckish have been spotted during the Channel 4 news.
Freezing the action for the launch of the Adidas Initiator range. We loved this shoot for Iris. Art Directed by David Missen and choreographed by Darren ‘Tyson’ White.
Very happy with our “Thriving Hexagons’ campaign for HSBC. We loved working alongside Ryan, Emma and Julia at Grey.
It’s the launch of the Remembering Great Apes book this week featuring my image of Chela the Silverback. You can buy the book here at rememberingwildlife.com The exhibition is now on at La Galleria Pall Mall, and you can join us for the talk and book signing at The Royal Geographical Society on Thurs 18th...
New work for Mullen Lowe and the Post Office
Shooting luxury apparel for style conscious dogs! boneidol.com
New campaign for the Born Free Foundation highlighting the sheer scale of the elephant poaching crisis. The posters went up all over the UK.
…from Nelson Mandela, set against our dusty Amboseli panorama.
A great article in the Sunday Mail. Well crafted and beautifully written about my Photography and the work we do with The Born Free Foundation.
The Born Free Foundation has launched Wildlife Heroes. A year-long celebration of inspirational men and women from all walks of life who have dedicated their lives to the protection and conservation of wildlife.
New work for Shell in beautiful Cape town with Iris London.
We have finally lost Sudan, our last male Northern White Rhinocerous and ultimately, the loss of the species. Awful, preventable and unforgivable. We are producing a limited edition print run of this image to support ‘Remembering Rhinos’. Please contact me if interested.
New stills to sit alongside moving image from an incredible shoot in Iceland with Grey Healthcare
Back from a brilliant shoot in Cape Town with Iris London and Gavin SchneiderProductions.
The team group shot, from our moving image shoot with Grey Healthcare in Iceland
We loved working on this powerful and poignant campaign for Children’s Air, Ambulance with the brilliant team of Kev Patel, Dave Eyre and Clair Dawkes, at McCann Birmingham.
Photographing the magnificently handsome Ciam, at the Born Free Sanctuary in Shamwari, South Africa.
A new series of conceptual landscapes in collaboration with One White Chair
Our new wonderfully surreal campaign for E.ON, brilliantly art directed by Carole Eppleston, Helen Sharp and Aaron Goldring @ Engine.
We teamed up with Katy Hopkins and Steve Hawthorne from WCRS to create the 2018 Born Free calendar…and bloody brilliant it is too!
I loved spending time watching and photographing this crazy little Elephant,in Oj Pejeta,Kenya.
Hoping these cubs make it. Their mother is carrying a serious looking hunting injury, so they are likely to have a tough start to life in the Maasai mara.
A brilliant week shooting stills and film in sunny Cape Town, with CDM London and immaculately produced by the unflappable Steel Productions.
The Remembering Rhinos exhibition was followed by a massively successful book launch with inspirational and passionate speakers. Just happy to be part of such a pro-active movement. Thank you.
Great to be involved in Remembering rhinos celebrating the Rhinocerous, and supporting the anti poaching campaign www.rememberingwildlife.com
New sunny work for Colgate. Lovingly art directed by Mr Tim Brookes at and Y&R London.
All over the UK and looking great!
Fun and frolics in beautiful Studland. Thanks to all the team!
‘BORN TO BE FREE, NOT TO PERFORM’ is a Finalist in the Communication Arts 2017 photography competition!
New Workspace ads, shot in and around London, with the lovely Simon Haselhurst at Amp London.
The new campaign for the Born Free Foundation aims to highlight the problems of keeping Orcas in captivity, and forcing them to perform. Launching on World Whale day this poster campaign aims to appeal to people worldwide, bringing the facts to their attention and encouraging them to challenge their opinions of keeping whales, dolphins, and...
Our fab new TUI campaign, shot during our long cruise through the Carribean. Art Directed by Elliot Tiney @ Y&R London.
Back with The Lions, in Kenya, shooting for the Born Free Foundation.
Drinkers include Vervet Monkeys, Hyena, Warthog family, Porcupine, Baboons and even a very rare Serval sighting…our first big(ish) cat!
The new TUI Moments campaign, from our fun week in the Majorcan sunshine. Art Direction by Tim Brookes @ Y&R London. Brilliantly produced by Alana.
Here is our new Christmas campaign for the Born free Foundation, created in collaboration with Katy Hopkins and Steve Hawthorne @ WCRS London.
We have once again teamed up with The Born Free Foundation to create an exclusive 2017 wildlife calendar, featuring stunning images of iconic African species.
Very pleased to have five images selected for this years AOP Awards!
‘Coffin’ for The Born Free Foundation, has received an honorable mention in the Climate Change category in the IPA Awards.
The Remembering Elephants book launch is tomorrow Thursday 22nd September at the Royal Geographic Society. All the proceeds go to much needed anti poaching programmes in Africa. This is an amazing cause and I’m massively honoured to have been invited to contribute. Visit www.
We. Love. Majorca.
The latest issue of the PDN Photo Annual 2016 magazine featuring our winning Monkeys campaign for IKEA
IKEA’s “The Wonderful Everyday” campaign has won in the Advertising section of the PDN Photo Annual 2016
A pleasure to meet and photograph fellow Scot, James Cosmo. Turns out he loves Lions too!
‘Remembering Elephants’ will be published in September 2016 featuring two of my photographs
Shooting for Land Rover, long time sponsors of The Born Free Foundation in Amboseli, Kenya.
On safari in South Africa with Paul Best for Iris London
‘Falling Ladies’ wins a Silver at the IPA Awards
The latest Born Free campaign ‘Born To Be Free’ has won second place in the Conceptual Advertising category of the IPA International Photography Awards
The Metro featured an article with photographs by myself, raising awareness about the work of The Born Free Foundation and the illegal animal trade. You can see it here… www.metro.co.
NEWS RELEASE EU Action Plan announced to step up fight against wildlife trafficking The Commission has announced it is preparing an EU Action Plan to step up the fight against wildlife trafficking, following a successful campaign by the Born Free Foundation and Liberal Democrat MEP Catherine Bearder. The comprehensive plan will bring together environmental experts,...
Despite poison ivy, insect stings and wild animal bites…Cost Rica was AMAZING.
We documented the opening of Born Free’s wonderful new wildlife centre
Shooting for the new Business Is Great campaign on the moors in County Durham
Here is Virginia Mckenna OBE, Actress and co-founder of the Born Free Foundation, photographed in front of one of our latest digital posters for The BFF. Her words… “We can go to the moon. We may go to Mars. But- we cannot recreate elephants, lions, rhinos and all the other critically endangered wild animals when...
Photographed at the BFF primate release project, Lilongwe, Malawi.
Behind the scenes shooting Panasonic for Brave in London and Lisbon
Shooting falling ladies for Pan Unlimited London
The 2016 Born Free calendar shot by George Logan! All proceeds go to the hardest working, most effective wildlife charity out there.
We won a Best In Category at the Association of Photographers Awards. Thanks for a great night AOP
WCRS have created two new campaigns for the animal protection charity Born Free. The first highlights the ongoing disappearance of many species of endangered African wildlife and highlights the need to act before it’s too late. The ads were conceived by Katy Hopkins and Steve Hawthorne and created by long time Born Free collaborator George Logan, ably assisted...
‘Translocation’ exhibition in Scotland.
The Sony World Photography Awards in the BBC
The calm before the storm shooting on the beach (in Winter) for Premier inn!
We won Silver!
Thanks for the Best In Category AOP!
We loved working on this rugby lion for Brothers & Sisters
Whiskas wins at Cannes
Behind the scenes shooting Vodafone in Andalucia with Grey London
New Whiskas posters up and around the UK
Whiskas Big Cats with AMV BBDO in Shamwari, South Africa
Behind the scenes pics by Meredith Kennedy and Felicity Crawshaw in San Francisco with Link9 New York
I was very happy to be shooting for ‘Coppafeel’ and AIS. Read about their great work and the inspirational Kris here… http://www.coppafeel.org/
Shooting Cow & Gate with BETC in Italy, Poland and the Czech Republic
Homeless Animals and Red Road projects selected from 8400 images to be exhibited in this years Shanghai Photography Festival
The wellies are on to shoot pigs for Channel 4
Behind the scenes shooting the British Olympic team for BP
New work for Sky Go Formula One for Brothers & Sisters
Behind the scenes shooting O2 in Almeria, Spain for VCCP
It was a privilege to join Born Free on their Lion Rescue in Harar, Ethiopia
Shooting in Lapland shoot for Sky and WCRS
Gold retrospective exhibition at the AOP gallery
Thrilled to be part of my first lion rescue with The Born Free Foundation
Just completed an epic shoot for SKY, through Brothers & Sisters, London. Very satisfying to see the pics up mega size…and they don’t come much bigger than the IMAX on the South Bank
Here are a few of the behind-the-scenes pics from our recent BP / Ogilvy ‘Fueling the future’ campaign. Pics Felicity Crawshaw
Homeless Animals wins at D&AD
Virginia and friends arrive at the Savoy for a gala dinner to celebrate her 80th birthday
We shot these images on the wonderful Highline Bridge in New York’s Meatpacking District. They’re part of the new ad campaign for Canon Cameras to launch their flip-screen 60D
The campaign, commissioned by WCRS London on behalf of The Born Free Foundation, was awarded best in category in the Commissioned Advertising category, as well as being awarded the coveted Gold Award. Art directed by Katy Hopkins and Steve Hawthorne, the campaign aims to raise awareness of the increasing problem of habitat loss for endangered...
Thurs July 22nd saw the launch of Translocation at The Elmwood Gallery in London’s Soho. The book is in collaboration with The Born Free Foundation and Hewlett Packard Indigo, with all proceeds going towards the construction of a major Wildlife Rescue, Conservation and Education Centre in Ethiopia. We’ve had a fantastic response to the book...
Campaign Photo celebrates the use of professional photography in creative advertising, world wide. Short-listed finalists will be recognised and feted at a gallery exhibition and awards presentation, and in the pages of Campaignand its sister titles. Awards may be made to professional photographers, agency heads of art and creative directors, and picture libraries, as appropriate....
A new advertising campaign for Born Free Foundation highlighting homeless wild animal outcasts ‘inhabiting’ the streets of a littered and graffiti-strewn city has been launched.Using animal images from top international photographer George Logan, Steve Hawthorne and Katy Hopkins at WCRS have created a series of thought-provoking scenes to illustrate the plight of hundreds of thousands...
We had a really brilliant Gallery opening for The Red Road Project at Village Underground. I was slightly concerned about filling the venue, as it’s massive, but we had 500+ guests through the door who helped make it a great evening. The event was supported by Corbis so I have to thank Martin Yates and...
The Born Free Foundation (the best animal charity on the planet!) had a concert at the Royal Albert Hall to celebrate their 25th anniversary. I’d been invited to photograph the show so they can produce and publish a book of the event. Whilst shooting celebrities isn’t really my thing, I had an absolute hoot meeting and...
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...
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...
The July issue of F2 magazine featured me blethering about photography amongst other things.
I was privileged to be allowed access to The Limbe Wildlife Centre in Cameroon, West Africa to photograph many of the rescued primates there. I was able to get extremely close (literally within 2-3 ft) and sit with them for hours. By the end of my stay there I felt like I had got to...
I was invited to exhibit my Translocation series at The Shanghai International Photographic Art Exhibition so I flew over for the opening. The whole week was quite a surreal experience. The organisers had decided it would a great idea to base the exhibition in ‘Thames Town’, an area of Shanghai that is (theoretically) an exact...
The IPA Lucie Awards in New York were an eye opener, they really know how to put on a show, red carpet, champagne, paparazzi, the lot. I’d entered a number of images and was really chuffed to be named Professional Advertising Photographer of the Year. This put me in the running to be International Photographer...