Another exiting Portrait Photo-shoot of the new Prime Warden of Goldsmiths’ Company. Richard Fox is the 693rd Prime Warden of the Goldsmiths’ Company – a new Prime Warden is elected every year. He is the first Prime Warden in the Company’s history to take office virtually, via video conference.
Setting Out is a Goldsmiths’ Centre program aimed at emerging businesses in the jewellery, silversmithing and allied trades, as well as those aspiring to join this exciting industry from another creative discipline. I’ve been taking portraits of participants for the last few years and I’m always amazed with their creativity. I’m also interested in how… Read More »Setting Out Portraits 2019
I’m always exited to see the studios occupied by a different artists. The mood boards, drawings and design elements laying around inspire me. I’m trying to capture the essence of people and their design. Setting Up is part-time, year-long business incubation course that supports designers to produce a 3-year business plan and launch a new… Read More »Setting Up 2018
Another excellent exhibition at Goldsmiths’ Centre. I had a pleasure to photograph this group earlier this year at their Goldsmiths’ Centre’s ‘Setting Out’ business incubation course. ‘ALL SET’ is a collection of eight new London jewellery designers who have spent the past year working together at London’s prestigious Goldsmiths’ Centre. The promising new independent brands… Read More »All Set Exhibition
I’ve worked with Cheffins Auction House for the last 3 years. I’m producing jewellery images used in online and printed auction catalogues. The project involves travelling to Cambridge and shooting on location large volumes of items. Thanks to amazing team at Cheffins the work goes smoothly and I’m able to shoot up to 180 images… Read More »Cheffins Product Photography
It was nice to have a chance to visit this fantastic team at Working Chance Charity in Angel, London. This images were used in Goldsmiths’ Review 2017-2018. Working Chance provides bespoke rehabilitation and employability programmes for women with criminal convictions often face social exclusion, prejudice and obstacles to employment and financial independence.
Make Your Mark is a completely free tutor–student event open to students, graduates, apprentices and anyone studying on a UK-based precious-metal-related course. I’ve photographed the event since the first edition and it is always a pleasure for me to work with Assay Office Event Team.