Here's a few shots from our recent shoot for Red Bull in the Netherlands. The shoot was through the night at Snowworld in Landgraaf working alongside our friends at Magenta Films who were shooting the film for Red Bull. The guys at Red Bull wanted to go for something a little different so we shot on medium format black and white film. Although this is how we used to shoot everything, busting out the Mamiya RZ for the first time in a while was challenging and reminds you how comparatively easier digital photography is now. The positives of shooting on film - the results were amazing and you definitely feel like you have crafted something great.
Here are a selection of shots from our recently completed project commissioned by Kong agency for their client bike company Electrolyte. To show the diversity of the bike ranges, three very different locations were selected, St Tropez, London and The Lake District. Then two days in the studio for the product photography. As well as the stills we also worked alongside our friends at Magenta Films who joined us in St Tropez to shoot a film too. It was a great shoot and we had a great team on board. Models by Blake Models, styling by Lisa Elliott, art direction by Kong.
I was recently asked by our friends at Magenta Films and design agency Conspiracysinc to take a trip over to Monaco to shoot stills for the prototype of an amazing bike designed by Trefecta whom claim a new category of vehicle, an electric superbike. Trefecta have achieved military recognition for being highly suited for peace and stability operations. To top it off the shoot was also during the time of the Grand Prix, so this was bound to be a little different. What a location and a fabulous bit of kit to photograph too!
Once the location shoot in Monaco was complete, Trefecta came over to the UK for a shoot in our studio too. Again working alongside our friends at Magenta Films who created some amazing footage of this bad ass bike. Here are some shots for you to enjoy!