"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.
Another wonderful visit to Bellerby & Co to follow up on my personal project, "Crafted' - A Celebration of British Craftworkers.
A day in the woods, photographing charcoal burner, Ben Short. Every so often you have a shoot that makes for the perfect day. This was one of them. Thank you Ben.
Backstage - E. Tautz SS18
Thank you so much to Cat Frampton, for allowing us to walk through Hound Tor Farm, beautiful landscape and lovely heifers. What a setting . . . .
Tom Samson Llavuna, Kibera
I photographed Tom in his tin shack house, in the centre of Kibera, the biggest slum in Africa and home to over 2.5 million people. Tom had severe hypertension and was forced to give up work. Since getting access to the medicines he needed, at 68, Tom is now back at work as a plumber. He’s never felt better. Throughout March and April, I travelled to Nairobi, The Philippines and Ukraine, documenting the work being done by Takeda to improve access to medicine in remote places. The work they're doing is admirable, and it's an honour to be a tiny part of this story. And my part really is tiny . . .
The heroes and heroines here are the doctors and nurses on the ground working tirelessly in extremely challenging circumstances, the hard-working people behind desks raising funds and awareness, and the patients themselves who, despite facing life-threatening illnesses, were generous enough to give their time to be photographed and share their stories, in the hope that their input will hopefully help others in the future too. I just hope my photos can help further their aim. It's a project that I’m incredibly proud to be part of, and it's certainly changed my outlook on things.
To showcase the full story, the work was exhibited in Geneva at a recent medical summit.
This month, I was back on the vineyard shooting bud-rubbing, the next stage to The Farmer's Year.
The New Sportsman is out and I'm very proud to have shot the cover featuring a very special Holland and Holland Over and Under.
New work shot for Levi's, always a pleasure . . .
New personal work photographed along Sa Colobra, Mallorca.
Sunset at Cala Sant Vicenç, Mallorca.
Thank you Lodestars Anthology for sending me to Japan. What a trip and lovely to see the work in print. What an issue!
Lovely to see my Community Clothing work being used . . . Get yourselves down there!
Lovely to be asked to shoot the Anya Hindmarch AW17 lookbook.