Fashion cut-out photography for ecommerce

Zakee Shariff’s new clothing line Made to Order

We've been big admirers of Artist and Fashion Designer Zakee Shariff's work for some time and I have one of her prints hanging in my home in pride of place.

Tiger print

Zakee approached us to shoot all the cut out photography for her online web shop. Best of all this meant we got to see her new Made to Order range ahead of the preview and get our orders in first. The new range features beautiful embroidered details and bright motifs.

Davina Jacket

Eve shirt detail

Daisy dress

I'm particularly excited to receive my very own Ella dress. A true thing of beauty.

Ella dress

To shop for the whole range and see more of Zakee's work you can view here: http://store.zakeeshariff.com/

Book photography for a web shop

Matthew Maran’s Hampstead Heath

I have known photographer Matthew Maran for years, we actually went to school together so I could have filled this blog post with embarrassing photos of us both. However, thankfully his new book is so beautiful it makes a lot more sense to showcase that instead.

Hampstead Heath (London's Countryside) is the latest book from wildlife photographer Matthew Maran

After spending years traveling the world as a wildlife photographer, Matt decided to focus (no pun intended) on the homegrown wildlife at Hampstead Heath. Realising that London has it's own unique wildlife to explore.

Spine detail

Matt got in touch as he needed still life book photography for his web shop launch. It was a real pleasure to get a sneak peek of the book ahead of the gallery launch which was last weekend. The book is available here: http://www.matthewmaranshop.com/product/hampstead-heath-london-s-countryside it really is well worth a look.

Autumn spread

Grebes feeding in Hampstead ponds

Matt also brought along some of his prints to photograph and wanted me to bring out the detail on his monkey stamp which is used to authenticate the prints.

Monkey stamp

If you're interested in seeing more of Matt's work you can do so here: http://matthewmaran.com/