Tag Archives: Rob Lawson

Rob Lawson was awarded a bronze medal at the One Eyeland awards for this series exploring the tiny world inside mixers.

Rob designed the series to intrigue and emphasise the craft of making a ‘proper’ cocktail. The series was also awarded a winner at the 2017 AOP awards.

Rob shot this series for Treasury Wine Estates by creating a French artisan aesthetic using glassware/chairs/surfaces. TWE commissioned the shoot to promote their unique acquisition of various Champagne/Red/White wine estates across various regions of France.

Rob photographed a library of images for The Glenlivet at the start of 2017. Through the year the contents have slowly made their way up on social media but our favourite has just launched.

It took Rob two days, two locations and a many more props to create 20 images celebrating the years’ festivities.

Rob was on location for Johnnie Walkers special release ‘Ghost & Rare’.

These whiskies are crafted from ‘ghost’ distilleries that have long since closed, together with other rare malt and grain.

Rob shot this series of party inspired images for Absolut Vodka.

The creative around the shots was inspired by the Christmas limited edition bottle, which this year had a coat of shimmer sequins which changed colour depending on which way they faced. It was all about the party…

Rob shot this series of bright and voluptuous images for Cîroc to commemorate the release of a new flavour, French Vanilla.

To denote the sweet aromas, the team hired 60’s/70’s chairs in velour. The Parisian styled set was ornate with aspirational props.


Rob takes Seedlip Autumn into a unique setting.

Reflecting on the natural way in which the non-alcoholic drink is distilled. Creating his very own botanical garden/laboratory.

The team decided on a symbolic smoke signal to reflect the product’s label, joining the world of nature and science.

Rob creates an evening atmosphere in the bowels of a traditional Irish bar. The series of whiskies and mixers were shot for the new Dubliner Campaign.

The authentic and used surfaces were chosen to complement the warm and moody lighting.