Still-life photographer Sam Hofman creates exceptionally eye-catching imagery, though he admits that a lot of his work is based on instinct. Luckily for him, and his many clients, Sam’s instincts are spot-on and his photographs have a graphic physicality that cuts through the visual noise.
Born and raised in the West Country, trained in Falmouth and now based in London, Sam has a distinctive creative vision and a considered way of thinking about his craft. But he also enjoys collaborating on set and bringing everyone’s ideas into the final reckoning.
In his clean, constructed photographs he plays with colour, texture and form to present familiar ideas in thrillingly unexpected ways. By constantly experimenting with different materials and in-camera techniques, he creates original commercial and editorial shoots.
Clients include Absolut, Ballantines, Esquire, Harrods, Häagen Dazs, Hunger Magazine, House of Peroni, Harvey Nicols, Hyundai, Johnnie Walker, John Lewis, Lacoste, Mr. Porter, Molton Brown, Nike, Oki Ni, Stella Artois, Ted Baker, Vanity Fair, Vogue, Wonderland, and Wallpaper*.
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The Art of Entertaining x Rémy Martin for The Guardian3 imagesSam recently shot The Art of Entertaining with luxury brand Rémy Martin for The Guardian.
Regime Change for Wallpaper*5 imagesSam's recent story for Wallpaper* Magazine - Regime Change.
Molton Brown - Jasmin & Sun Rose3 images + 1 videoSam directed a film and shot accompanying stills for Molton Brown's Jasmin and Sun Rose range.
09.18 for Wired1 image + 1 videoSam created this moving image Features Opener for the 09.18 issue of Wired UK.
Delano7 images + 1 videoSam directed a film for MGM's boutique hotel brand Delano Las Vegas.