Beate photographed this series of images for Swarovski under the watchful eye of many burly looking security guards!
Light and shadow were used to define the shape of the product and emphasise sparkle. Watch this space because the jewellery shots are yet to be released.
Peter was commissioned by Royal Salute for a series of inspiring images that depict a glorified scene from the brands’ history.
Each of these illustrated depictions draws on different aspects, worlds & cultures the product has reached, to portray this the illustration outstretches the front door framing. The concepts are intended to engage and bring alive a new range of packaging, this was achieved by creating worlds of wonder on set.
Claudalie was shot for Sunday times. Beate uses her signature lighting style to create waves of light that sweep across the scene, the pastel background is interjected by focal light formed by light passing through small clear beads sprinkled around the set.
Beate uses light refractions in the latest Lumene campaign. The still life images draw on mineral elements and feature alongside the beauty images.
Peter was commissioned to produce these ornate dishes for The French Milk Cooperative to promote French produce and French cuisine!
Beate created these stunning geometric shapes using the textures of makeup & cream.
Style Beauty Awards commissioned the series of stills, with various shots then taken to be used in an upbeat Gif. for the gala.
L’Oreal commissioned Peter for a series of creative images that incorporated liquid movements for Garner hair colour.
Peter took the notion of hydration and exploited the opportunity to create some fluid art!
Gala Magazine commissioned Peter for an interesting if not unusual collaborative project with renowned chef, Guy Savoy!
The series of watches and food ingredients intertwine and were captured at Guy Savoy’s restaurant, with food prepared by the man himself.
Beate worked with British Vogue to capture these stunning visuals for an article focussed on the repurposing of beauty products after their use.
Sustainability has been tricky territory, even with the growing natural beauty revolution. The cosmetic industry continues to produce 120 billion units of packaging per year. The series was commissioned to inspire new uses for beauty products people possess, from old compacts for storage, through to candle holders becoming tumblers or a miniature vase, Beate gives the series her distinct style.
In-between capturing lavish sets with Balvenie, Rob photographed a series of incidentals, shooting very much on the move.
The loose and authentic images draw on warm light and a shallow depth of field, creating a sense of familiarity with its audience. The notion of that treasured whiskey at the back of the cupboard that you pull out for a cheeky taste.