Last week I took a trip to the Lux exhibition at 180 Strand. The immersive exhibition reached beyond my expectations. There was so much to see at this exhibition and I believe the collaboration of artists was a perfect collection that leaves you feeling completely inspired throughout. Here are some of the shots that I took from my day.
Last week Darren Johnson at Noise Tank Records came to my studio for some portrait shots. The idea of this portrait was to create something that reflected his brand. Knowing that his music was quite dark and moody, I decided to use a Low Key two-tone lighting setup with a blue gel filter and red gradient.
Yesterday I went to see the Alice in Wonderland exhibition at the V&A, although I didn’t love the exhibition that much I found the dinner table projection bit to be really inspiring and believe it could potentially be a good idea to extend this idea to something for food photography perhaps so I thought it would be a good idea to store this in my blog as a reference. Here are some shots below of the exhibition.
At the beginning of the month, I went to Hitchen Lavendar farm to shoot some tablescapes with Hannah Newman at Spark Alice Weddings. Here is a short selection of some of my favorite shots from the day.
The other day went to see the James Barnor exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery, I happened to go around the same time James was visiting and I managed to meet the artist himself and grab a photo of him with my friend (image above). The exhibition was completely inspiring, it was really fantastic to see portraits of black culture in Britain throughout the years.
Today I went to the Van Gogh exhibition at Kensington Gardens with a friend, the first exhibition I’ve visited now things have opened up a little, I wasn’t 100% sure how I’d feel about seeing Van Gogh’s work all digitised, however, it was a great immersive experience and I thoroughly enjoyed it and the sunflower room was such an uplifting experience.