The team even acquired permission to shut down Gatwick Express for their carriage scene #PrivateCarriage
Nigel, travelling with his long term collaborator and 1st assistant Dave, as well as Erwin de Boer from Real Deal TV made the long trip to Tokyo to produce a series of personal still and motion work. The work is based on the wearing of individual and subculture clothing.
This one “Tokyo’s Harajuku girls” was named because of the 90’s gathering place where it all began. It focuses on the girls in real environments, going about their daily lives in wonderful, unique and cartoonish fashions.
Rob made haste to Portugal with Drambuie for a new lifestyle drinks campaign on rooftops and by the sea. The warmer climate was a welcome change in the peak of winter.
Nigel never misses an opportunity – and so we are not surprised that he has spent the winter gathering this personal mix of sun-filled footage. The reel is shot using a mixture of hand held, drone and underwater equipment, which together shows off some great moments that would be great for any brand wanting to add to their marketing campaign. Now we just need the sunshine...
Nigel photographed this winter wear collection for Snow & Rock around the stunning lakes and landscapes of Vancouver.
The aerial shots were captured by a drone. Now a regular part of Nigel’s kit.
Nigel shot this series for Carling across two locations in a single day.
The crew descended on a bar in South West London at the crack of dawn, before moving onto a house in the afternoon. To create the impression of sunset and warmth, Nigel used a large lighting rig.
This had to be a believable, ‘down to earth shoot’. To achieve this, street cast models stand-in for regular blokes in the pub.
Nigel treks through the Canadian wilderness for the latest Snow & Rock campaign with Canada Goose.
The team took to the air and water with drones & kayaks.
Rob brings beer to life using bokeh lighting, helping to create this social gathering for Guinness.
Flying through NYC, Nigel captured these shots in his signature style, all atop a skyscraper!
Rob worked with the premium tonic brand ‘London Essence’ in the peak of winter.
Using set build and creative lighting, you’d never know the window pane had begun to frost.