SoccerBible – Fikayo Tomori

Elliott photographed Premier League footballer Fikayo Tomori for a feature in SoccerBible which unravels Tomori’s humility, aspirations and upbringing. Years of graft to get to the top, met with a real hunger for success, he’s equally a character of both humble and inspired quality. Read the full story.

MS Society – 30 Under 30

The MS Society turned to photographer Spencer Murphy to document their 30 under 30 project which sheds light on those under 30 who have been diagnosed with MS. In Spencer’s own words – I really enjoyed working with the MS Society on their 30 under 30 project recently. I met some lovely young people. Covid meant we had to be creative about how we shot the project. I actually really appreciated the restrictions; driving to where each of them lived, a quick recce and then a socially distanced shoot near their homes. Sometimes the weather didn’t play ball but in general I loved the stripped back approach, exactly how I shoot my personal documentary projects.

Klarna – Clothes Love All

Klarna’s Clothes Love All campaign photographed by Dan Burn-Forti champions inclusivity, no judgment and to love all.  Check out the projects feature on Campaign here.  

Camilla Bloom

In collaboration with Camilla Bloom Bex captured the Flower Melt Knitwear collection. Inspired by the craft of 19th century Venetian glassblowers, the wraps mirror the distortion created when floral patterns in glass vases are stretched.

Women’s Health – Jump Rope

Marcus’ new moving image for the December issue of Women’s Health. I watched Blade Runner 2049 right before I did the shoot, so I tried to bring that same vibe to this. It’s one of my favourite cinematography references. So much fun shooting stills and motion elements for this project. Check out the stills and the story on Apple News to see how the interactive elements brought the story to life.

Financial Times – Foulkes and sons

The Financial Times turned to Alexander to photograph the Faulkes family for the story ‘How Foulkes and sons became the Kardashians of cigars’. It is, in truth, less of a product and more of a culture; a culture for which I have been particularly grateful during this annus horribilis. Read the full story here. 

Landsec

The Christmas campaign for Landsec’s shopping centres, encouraging post lockdown shopping.

Notion – Dan D’Lion

Elliott photographed Dan D’Lion, the soul and sound to watch for Notion 88’s latest print issue. His latest EP, ‘When One Thing Leads to Another’, forces us to dance around the room while reflecting on how far we’ve come in 2020. Check out the full story here.

Chicago Magazine – Chicagoans of the Year

Marcus photographed the six honourees for Chicago Magazine’s Chicagoans of the Year Issue which celebrates the impactful social work for Chicago throughout the pandemic, featuring Tanya Lazano, Aleta Clark, Erick Williams, Aislinn Pulley and doctors on the front line.  In an unprecedented year, these six honorees — from the doctors who guided us through the bleakest days to the organizer who became the face of a revolution — showed us that humanity and hope persist. Read the full story here.

Gaffer – Steven Bergwijn

For Gaffer’s latest episode of No Stylist they turned to Elliott to photograph Tottenham Hotspur and The Netherlands international Steven Bergwijn. Check out the full story here. 

Elenie & Chuck

Elenie & Chuck, a personal series in collaboration with Anti-Agency Models,  Make-Up Artist Yolanda Dohr and casting by Zoe Rose-Davies.

Portraits

Spencer’s latest personal portrait series.

Joan and Jericha

Tom photographed fictional agony aunts Joan and Jericha for Stylist magazine’s cover story.

Notion – SG Lewis

Notion turned to Elliott to photograph British Singer, SG Lewis for The ‘times’ Of His Life article.  Thanks to years of hard graft, the self-confessed “music nerd” seems to be living his dream. Now in a place where he can ask almost anyone on his bucket list to collaborate with him and expect a hearty ‘yes’, it’s been a long time coming for the guy that used to make tunes in his parents’ attic. Read the full story here.

Gaffer – Isaac Success

Olly photographed Isaac Success for Gaffer Magazine’s story At Home with Isaac Success, the article brings into focus his struggles on and off the pitch. Success’ motivation to play is no longer driven by his own fight for survival. Read the full story here. 

Notion – KSI

Notion 88’s fifth cover story shot by Elliott staring , FIFA YouTuber,  rapper, actor, boxer, and author, Olajide Olatunji – better known as KSI. Check the article out here. 

National Instruments

Aleksandar created this stunning set of portrait illustrations for the National Instruments team!

Odile

A striped back series featuring Odile Jordan, focusing on skin.

Puma Football

Paul traveled to Milan and Barcelona to photograph Lukaku and Griezmann as part of the Puma spark launch.

Kate Moss Agency – Lachlan

Elliott photographed Lachlan Macdonald,  the latest addition to the Kate Moss Agency, shot in sunny Primrose Hill.

Teen Vogue – Munroe Bergdorf

In light of a year of rebellion and revolution, this September Teen Vogue looked to The Masons to photograph their cover story featuring Munroe Bergdorf, a black trans women who trailblazers in redefining beauty, fashion, and culture. They wanted to spotlight the women who are at the heart of fashion but often left out of the conversation. Read the online story here.

Natasha

Close ups with Natasha Luwedde.

Paris

The Masons latest personal series. Check out the accompanying moving image here. We wanted to focus on skin and the beauty and detail of melanin but also it’s a story of a young black boy – being confident, a black king in the making, shining the light on the beauty of his dark skin, embracing his innocence, vulnerability, strength & thoughtfulness. Mixing his playfulness with the challenging reality of the world for a young black boy whilst drawing his strengths from his culture and a belief in himself. An emotional journey of a young black king.

The New York Times – Roscoe Mitchell

Marcus photographed jazz legend, Roscoe Mitchell for The New York Times. As Roscoe is shielding Marcus shot this entire story through the window of his sunroom, the room where his creativity happened. Meanwhile, Marcus balancing himself on the top of a 12ft ladder. Read the full story here. 

The New York Times – Holly Humberstone

Alexander photographed the young British singer, who writes conversationally intimate pop music, Holly Humberstone for The New York Times. Holly Humberstone Wants Her Songs to Last a Lifetime. Read the full story here.

ESPN – LaMelo Ball

For the latest edition of ESPN Cover Story, Marcus Smith photographed American basketball player, LaMelo Ball. Check out the moving cover made from motion elements here.