Harper’s Bazaar

A fashion feature inspired by ethereal, British countryside, spring and florals for the May issue of Harper’s Bazaar.

Telegraph Luxury

New menswear story for Telegraph Luxury staring model, Gilbert Van Damme on Osea Island.

Year of the Ear

In the world of portraiture Alexander has found himself an unexplored area, the ear. The ‘Year of the Ear’ series is  a census – the ear is more crowded than ever – already under assault from eyewear, headphones and earrings, we’ve now had to add a mask to the whole situation. Alexander hopes that the isolated view implicates the imagination of the viewer to fill in the rest of the details – age, occupation, class…

Children of Covid

Children of Covid is an ongoing documentary series by Bex Day, which examines the emotional and physical implications of COVID-19 on children between ages 4 and 12. Styled by Adam Winder, and cast by Bex herself, accompanied with hair by Tommy Taylor, the trio wanted to create a timeless series which merges surrealism with realism; aiming to depict moments of covid lockdown whilst merging it with staged locations which represent where the children imagined themselves while stuck inside. When paired with the text, the photos re-establish their role as documentation. Ultimately, Bex uses these two genres side by side to mimic the way COVID-19 strictly imposted a new reality, which would then become the new norm. The series so far has been featured by AnOther Magazine, The Sunday Times, The British Journal of Photography and Channel 4, to name a few.

Man About Town – Sonny Hall

With model Sonny Hall as his subject, Elliott experimented with a stripped back approach in his fashion editorial for Man About Town Magazine. In Elliott’s own words – ‘The inspiration was driven from the idea of an artist in studio. A lot of traditional artists would work and create in studios that have north facing windows, this stops any direct sunlight entering the space allowing soft even daylight all day. We shot in a studio with the same light feature adding a traditional method to our contemporary fashion story.’ Read the full story here. 

Brompton Bikes

Brompton Bikes turned to photographer Spencer Murphy to capture their new integrated campaign both celebrating and inspiring a generation of urban cyclists, who are arguably fitter than ever before. The campaign was a runner up in the Transport for London (TfL) and City Hall’s Diversity in Advertising competition.

Nissan – Black History Month

In honour of Black History Month Nissan presents ‘Driving the Beat’, a celebration of innovative music producers who drive America’s music. Directed by Marcus Smith the stories feature: mainstay music producer and audio engineer, Willie Green, award-winning New York-based music producer, Ebonie Smith and Just Blaze, who has worked with pillars of the Rap and Hip-Hop music industry.

Gatorade Bolt24

Gatorade’s Bolt24 campaign featuring athletes, Serena Williams, Fernando Tatis  Jr. and Damian Lillard.

Nigel Cabourn – Joe Maphosa

In collaboration with menswear designer Nigel Cabourn, Neil photographed professional fighter Joe Maphosa whilst training in the Tees Barrage.

Berlin Art Link – Melanie Jame Wolf

Berlin Art Link Magazine sent alexander to visit Australia-born, Berlin-based artist Melanie Jame Wolf at her residency studio at the Künstlerhaus Bethanien in Kreuzberg. ‘Wolf’s costumes, the emblems of the many personas she inhabits in her works, are hung on metal shelves at the entrance to the studio: a chain-mail hood, a lounge suit and a medusa-like head ornament are just some of the guises on offer.’ Read the full story here.

Unsaid Jewellery

In collaboration with Creative Agency AKQA, The Masons captured the latest campaign for Unsaid Jewellery.

GQ Hype – Raff Law

Elliott photographed British actor and producer Raff Law for the Cover of GQ Hype. ‘No matter what happens, if you have family, you feel happy…’ Read the full story here.

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 Foulkes 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. 


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

Evening Standard Magazine – Sonam Kapoor

For the cover story of the Evening Standard’s final issue of 2020, Daniel photographed Bollywood star Sonam Kapoor. ‘when you are in a place of privilege, you need to say something’ read the full story here.

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.