Always lovely to see Ben . . . Dorset, woodland, pints, chats & photography. Pretty much the perfect day out!
Winding across the moor chasing the light on a recce last week, we turned a corner and there they were. Swaling, we think, or maybe some other controlled burn. There was no way of getting down there and the dark was coming down around us so it was hazards on, window down, camera up and capture. #dartmoor #swaling #visitengland #landrover #landroverdefender
2000 miles in 10 days in the new Mitsubishi L200, the perfect working vehicle. #mitsubishi #l200 #roadtrip #sunset
A wet and windy day, driving across the Yorkshire Dales . . .
Wish You Were Here - Even before the first pheasant drive, good old Tootie managed to spill the entire contents of his flask over himself. No tomato soup for Tootie . . .
Last week, I spent a day with my oldest friend James Wreathall, photographing a series of images as James and his team had to take down a Horse Chestnut in a rather beautiful remote Suffolk village.
Sir Patrick Stewart, photographed for The Gentleman's Journal.
Details of the Dog. Four weeks ago, my wife and I picked up our first dog. Meet Tarka, our 12 week old blue Whippet . . .
Back at the vineyard for the last of The Farmer's Year. I've been working on this story for over two years now, with various farms and farmer's. The more I shoot, the more I'm enjoying working on this project. Thank you so much to all those involved . . .
New work for Bentley Motors, photographed at their factory in Crewe, England.
New work for Rolls-Royce, documenting the craft behind the brand.
Always a joy to be asked to shoot and work with everyone at Anya Hindmarch.
Out on the water shooting new work for the wonderful North Sea Clothing and the Coastal Exploration Company, sailing out from Wells, Norfolk. Great company and balmy weather made for a pretty much perfect commission. Thanks very much to all involved.
"Do you reckon people actually like eating quinoa and pomegranate salad?" he muses, as we wander down the riverbank. "I really fucking doubt it."
I've been away the last 4 days shooting in the Savoie Mont Blanc region of France for the wonderful Lodestars Anthology. It was probably the most beautiful region of France I've ever had the opportunity to photograph. Very much looking forward to being able to show the work.
It's always great to test personal work, running through new ligting and ideas. This was the start of a personal series on flowers, image 1 of 3.
I travelled alongside film maker Jack Chute for a month as we gathered images for a documentary project called 'Remote Access to Medicine'. We found stories from doctors, nurses, community health volunteers and patients, as we journeyed through Kenya, Philippines and Ukraine. Here's a shot behind the scenes video from part of our journey. A few more from the story can be seen here: http://www.tombunning.com/takeda/
Jack shot this incredible documentary that will give you more of an insight into our journey. Please be sure to check it out and find out just what Takeda are doing to help: takeda.com/what-we-do/access-to-medicines/
Thank you to Proud Robinson for the commission.
Details from the Ferrari FFX-K.
The Interior of a 1959 Ferrari 250 California SWB Spyder.
Our visits to the vineyard continues and this month we were back to document the first burst of fruits and the tying back of the rogue growth. The strong sun and heavy rain meant earlier this month, the vines were growing up to 10cm per day.