Matthew recently photographed artist Christopher Florentino at his home for the new issue of Dwell Magazine. View Matthew’s full portfolio here.
Martyn Thompson Studio’s interior installation for Australia’s Rigg Design Prize 2018. Nominees were invited to create a 40 sq metre [ 450 sq feet ] installation on the theme of “Domestic Living”. The Rigg Design Prize “DOMESTIC LIVING” exhibit runs from October 12th 2018 til February 24th 2019 at NGV Australia. View Martyn’s full portfolio here and see more design over at Martyn Thompson Studio.
Michele recently worked on the prop styling of these images for Tom Ford. View more work by Michele here.
The Fashion Awards 2018 in partnership with Swarovski have nominated photographer Zoey Grossman as one of the this year’s NEW WAVE: Creatives. Tonight, at an event at The Standard, High Line, New York City, Caroline Rush, Chief Executive British Fashion Council, Charles Jeffrey and Phillip Picardi will unveil the second round of NEW WAVE: Creatives. The list, which includes twenty trailblazers from image-makers, hair and makeup artists, set designers, creative directors, models, digital influencers and stylists, represents the most innovative and inspiring young creative talent in the US. Visit The Fashion Awards 2018 for more details.
Fascinated by all the stories that the River Thames has to tell, Julia Fullerton-Batten embarked on a personal project to create a series of images that bring to life in lavish detail various stories and situations that have taken place along the river’s banks. Known for her choice of curious locations, inventive concepts, relatable subjects, and distinctive cinematic lighting techniques, Julia’s projects contain mysterious elements that draw the viewer to take more than a second look. The stories encompass birth, baptism, death, suicide, messages in a bottle, riverside scavenging youngsters, quaint ancient boats, prison ships, and other melodramatic episodes of life and death.