Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Rodrigo Titian creates some armchairs

Rodrigo Titian and his team at Titian Studios have been commissioned to create a pair of armchairs by a client based on an antique sofa design. I was asked to photograph them at an early sage of their creation and will return in two weeks to photograph the finished pieces in all their glory. It is a labour of love and involves an impressive range of skills.
 You can see more pictures from this shoot in a slideshow.

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Monday, November 08, 2010

photographing scarves and hand bags for dagny.d

I recently spent half a day photographing a beautiful range of scarves and handbags for dagny.d which is a business dedicated to hunting out highly original, handmade Italian fashion accessories. The beautiful handmade Italian scarves are hand woven in Tuscany  by Stefano.

The Italian leather bags are made close to Florence by Alessandro and Leonardo.

My pictures form the core of those used on the website designed and developed by Mike Parks of Art Parks, which was launched  on the 5th of November. If you like beautifully designed and made scarves and hand bags, made with wonderful materials and an eye for detail look no further, go to dagny.d!

Andrew & Dagny Denison with two of their scarves!

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Tuesday, November 02, 2010

Winter light on the New King's Road

Last weekend, as the clock changed one began to notice the a change in the quality of light as autumn turns to winter and as photography is all about light, I took some time to look for it in its various guises and capture some images with my Leica M8.
 I started in the New Kings Road and then walked through Parsons Green to the Fulham Road and simply snapped at what caught my eye.
 You can see more of these images in the Winter Light Slideshow

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