Alex de Mora shoots Athletico Madrid player Antoine Griezmann for Highsnobiety x Puma Football.

"I was commissioned to shoot a lookbook with Antoine Griezmann in Madrid for his new Puma clothing range and boots.
Griezmann is a huge star in football already, but the focus here was to push his profile more towards a fashion/lifestyle audience like Highsnobiety. 
We had a super limited amount of shooting time, especially to shoot both still and moving image, but he was a friendly guy and took my direction well.
My main aim for the video was to create something energetic and with movement, showing the fun side of his personality, as well as his football skills.
It was important for the moving image to match up with the same aesthetic as the photography, which is something i'm enjoying doing more and more on shoots."- Alex de Mora

Halima Aden

Finn Taylor shoots portraits of Halima Aden, the new face and ambassador of Bottletop, a British sustainable luxury fashion brand that empowers women through the creation of fashion accessories in Brazil, Nepal and Kenya

Jameela Jamil

Mackenzie Stroh shoots English actress and activist Jameela Jamil.

Heluva Good!

New food still life work for Heluva Good! by Jenna Gang

Boys by Girls

New editorial of Archie Madewake for Boys by Girls shot by Lauren Maccabee

Gucci Beauty

Debuting new lipstick collection Rouge à Lèvres Gothique with a metallic finish from a new line ideated by Alessandro Michele, captured by Martin Parr

BT

Finn Taylor directed his first moving commercial for BT. Part of BT’s biggest brand campaign in 20 years, Finn tells Mihika’s story - winner of BT Young Pioneer Award and inventor of the Smart Stick. More to follow...

Laughing or Crying

Finn Taylor's 'Laughing or Crying' Pharma campaign won the PM Society 2020 Award in the Advertising Campaign and Craft Category

SBJCT Journal

Killing Eve star Sandra Oh for SBJCT Journal captured by Mackenzie Stroh

Limelife by Alcone

Jenna Gang shoots new work for Limelife by Alcone

Martin Parr X Common Sense

A look back at Martin Parr's photo book 'Common Sense' 

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