Peter was commissioned by Gala for a series of images to accompany an article on the trending use of animal essences in perfume.
To embody the rich and musky smells, Peter and his team designed a small set and layered it with cut leather strips of different colours. The colour combinations were picked to compliment the perfume notes & colouring.
Beate takes a sneak peek into Gucci’s ‘Wonder Factory’ for Vogue’s latest feature.
The brief allowed Beate and her team to experiment with tiny forest sets. Each of which draw upon something unique look of each time-piece to create a phantasmagorical scene.
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Beate photographed ‘Michelle & Trinny’ for Sunday Times.
For both images, the team decided to hint at the colourful tones. This has been achieved through mirrors & light, the packaging is even worked in as a structural element to the scene.
Guy shot this portrait to help raise the awareness of the plastic pollution in today’s oceans.
The creative behind this imagery challenges the ‘standard’ environmental photographs of plastic floating in the ocean. By violating a model with plastic cutlery stuck up the nostrils, it is hoped this will help audiences better understand our wrongdoing.
This particular shot was featured in a December 2017 issue of the Daily Mail accompanied by the tagline ‘if it were you would you care more?’
Beate was commissioned by The Sunday Times to capture ‘The Style List: Women’s Gifts” guide.
The draping set and colourful images were created from Beate’s riverside studio. Over four days the team twisted fabric to create hard shapes.
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Elise was commissioned by Boots for a series of beauty images inspired by Halloween.
The team created divisive patterns in bold and heavy colours for a fresh take on all things gory.
Beate photographed and styled the image (left) for Vogue, working with the latest in new technology from GHD.
Peter’s latest commission for Tatler, features jewellery housed in elaborate works of art. Each piece has a distinct style and came with their very own security detail!
Misé en scene is exquisitely hand painted wallpaper. The elements come together to create an artistic still life.
Gala magazine commissioned Peter Lippmann for the latest watches feature with Chanel, Gucci, Omega and Patex.
Complete creative freedom gave Peter wind in his sails as he set to work from his Paris based studio. The idea centralises around the bringing together of beautifully hand crafted objects made by man and that of the naturally crafted objects of mother nature. These two worlds render beauty in the new and old.
Peter personally sourced and styled the sets, which were shot in layers along with the watches themselves. These were then overlaid in post production, bringing the concept to life.
Using light to create form through shadow.
Beate’s recent work for Stylist’s fashion issue draws on the teachings of film noir and the old masters for a touch of nostalgia.