I’m a photographer and motion creative based out of my own North London studio.
I have been shooting creative still life across different styles for many years and have honed skills eminently transferable to food photography shooting conceptual still life for a colour consultancy magazine called MIX.
I would like to present some test shots I created recently with a view to working with the Tesco team.
Myself and my stylist partner are avid chefs with a great appreciation of aesthetics. I have been working a lot with brands that need a photographer who is comfortable shoot stills and motion on both product & people.
This is great for getting a consistent aesthetic across the deliverables.
I shoot with my professional cine lighting which allows me the flexibility to shoot stills or videos with the press of a button.
I used the opportunity to experiment with a technique I’ve been eager to use which are digitally printed backdrops.
These are custom printed life size backdrops that can allow location style stills & motion in a studio setting without set build or location costs.
This allows us to shoot lifestyle images as well as top down and have multiple “locations” shot in the studio in a day.
Here are further images from the couple of days we shot with minimal or no retouch so you can see the underlying results.
I hope it shows adaptability and skills required to develop and grow with the Tesco team to create great content together.