This shoot is very London. We produced the brochure for Freddy and adore how it's all been put together! The book guides us on a trip through London Town, mapping out all the hidden gems of this fair city... Gordon's Wine Bar and The Queen of Hoxton being the most important stops...
What a beautiful production! And it's for our pre-Betterton Street neighbors!! Bet they miss us over on Neal Street!
This is one of the most beautiful shoots we have produced ... EVER. Jools Oliver's new range for Mothercare; "Little Bird" is stunning and innocent and so playful. We can totally imagine this is a mirror image of the inside of Jools and Jamie's house. Farm-y and cosy. Look at this mammoth call sheet of children...
And just look at how cute they are!! We shot the campaign at the beautiful Master Shipwright's House in Deptford. Simply Stunning.
What: Mothercare - Jools Oliver, Little Bird
Who: A list of MANY children!
When: Early April
Photographer: Tim Marsella @ LGA
Stylist: Kate Van de Hage @ Era
Groomer: Hester @ Era
See many more images at www.theproductionfactory.com > London > Clients
Working with cool NYC Kids again, we produced this shoot in New York through London. Experts at this by now, we adore our Stefano Azario NY studio Esprit shoots, and their Autumn collection is stunning. Do they make that green onesie in my size..?
(Umm, is this the cutest baby you have ever seen..? Thought so!)
If these are anything to go by, the images, shot by the Tomo Brejc, are going to be stunning. We shot all over London - The Gilbert Scott, Borough Market, The National Audit Office ... watch this space for more to come!
What: T.M Lewin, Autumn 2012
Who: Siff @ Models 1, Dylan Garner and Anthony @ Elite
Photographer: Tomo Brejc
Stylist: David Lamb & Michelle Duguid @ Ellison Lee
Hair: Tim Pateman @ Phamous & Eamonn Hughes @ Premier Hair & Make Up
We were really excited to shoot the iconic London brand - Biba with Brendan Freeman; half of the legendary Brendan & Brendan duo. When you think of London, it's all about the swinging 60s right? When Barbara Hulanicki, Mary Quant and Paul, John, George and Ringo ruled. When Carnaby Street was King and King's Road was ... eeerm Queen..?
The Biba girls were doe-eyed Twiggys, doll-like Roxy Hearts with firm roots in the fashion of the 20s but with a huge update for swinging London, pin curls with pant suits and floppy hats.
Since the re launch in 2006, Biba is more polished and all grown up. We love it when we get to produce a London classic. Pin curls still in place, we adore this shoot, with all the correct colours of original Biba.