In November I was asked to photograph a journey with the Audi A6 Quattro, travelling from London onto the Cotwolds, down to Watergate Bay back up to the Lake District, and then up to Torridon in the Scottish Highlands via Glen Coe. A stunning 10 day’s away . . .
Wonderful to be asked to shoot a series for Le Chameau . . . Photographed in the beautiful Wiltshire countryside.
So lovely to photograph and spend time with Cook, broadcaster, writer and land lover Valentine Warner for Lodestars Anthology.
Ostrich Feathers - Prints now available, drop me an email to discuss sizes and prices.
Lovely to be able to release new work shot back in October during a stunning harvest at The Grange Estate.
Thrilled to have shot the cover of the latest Lodestars Anthology, England. Featuring our wonderful whippet Tarka, photographed at The Landmark Trust’s Old Hall in Croscombe, Somerset.
So lovely to see the first bottles of The Grange, English Sparkling Wine and even more wonderful to be commissioned to shoot it. I’ve documented the process from bud to bottle. More from the story can be seen here: https://www.tombunning.com/the-farmers-year/
Hepple Gin - Walter Riddell
Walter grew up among the trees at Hepple and has now returned to his home in the North with his family. With a breadth of understanding from propagation to philosophy he is responsible for sustainably developing spirits and the propagation of its wild ingredients. A real gentleman . . .
Hepple Gin - The harvesting of Green Juniper.
Earlier this month I travelled to the Moorland Spirit Co. distillery - makers of Hepple gin - in the Northumbrian moors. Two joyous days followed . . . Wild juniper harvesting, the perfect martinis at ‘The Bothy’ at sunset and searching for ceps and beefsteak mushrooms for a supper of Valentine’s ‘Very Old Fashioned Pie’ with fine glasses of red. What a job. @valentine_warner @walter_at_hepple@nickstrangeway @moorlandspiritco and @gardenchris82 I can’t thank you enough
Shot on a recent commission for Lodestars Anthology in association with Landmark Trust.
I'm back from a week long commission in Cairo and Alexandra, documenting the projects and work that the Islamic Development Bank continue to support. Find out more here: https://www.isdb.org/
Roses on burnt black bricks. Capturing details in the spaces in-between over the weekend. An ancient kitchen stove made a beautiful natural backdrop for this pair of pale roses. (1/3) Prints now available . . . Email me for details.
Jane Scotter photographed at Fern Verrow a biodynamic farm, set in the foothills of the Black Mountains.
New work with Cameron Short & Janet Tristram of Bonfield Block-Printers for my crafted series. Cameron is the twin charcoal burner Ben Short . . .
New work shot with basketmaker Malcolm Seal down in his beautiful West Dorset workshop for part of my crafted series.
The creation of a Rebus Signet Ring, photographed for The Gentleman's Journal.