Duncan Wade – Crystal City

Duncan Wade is a photographer that has always longed to be a painter. This has lead to a single-minded pursuit of detailed perfection ultimately led somewhere quite unexpected. in a world where clarity and detail are common place. “My journey took me backward and off to somewhere different. backwards, for classic lenses that have character and flaws in equal measure. Different, in the desire to create unique images in light that explore another world just beyond our sight. Each of the images of crystal city tell a fragment of a story… a story that takes us through a city that is both unsettling (that moment when a city can seem strange and threatening) and glorious (when the lights and people create a buzzing landscape of excitement). Sometimes the crystals creep out of the city and that it is where we find crystal world.”

Paul Trevillion – Icons of Football

Paul Trevillion is the globally acclaimed and legendary artist, known as the “Leondardo of Line”, the “Master of Movement”. His work has appeared in newspapers, magazines and in exhibitions all over the world. Paul Trevillion is a British sports artist, known for his Roy of the Rovers strip, and You are the Ref, his career spans sixty years. Born in Tottenham, north London, Trevillion, produced artwork for publications like Eagle and TV Century 21 even while still at school. Trevillion’s extraordinary artistic talent was discovered and nurtured at a very young age. Encouraged by family, school teachers, and most notably Sir Winston Churchill and HRH Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, he pursued a ground breaking career in the world of sporting art

Monochromes

Our primary collection of Monochrome imagery from our hand picked photographers. We are commissioned by clients to produce mosaics of city scapes, details, documentary imagery of their manufacturing as well as portraiture and abstracts inspired by what they do.

Mark Seymour

Mark Seymour was the first UK photographer to be awarded a double fellowship for documentary photography ( akin to 3 michelin stars in the restaurant world ). Developing his own recognisable documentary wedding photography style with beautiful Black and White images with an emphasis on observation; capturing storytelling moments that are full of emotion, that tell the unique story of your perfect day. Mark was invited to Jimmy Choo’s London store to photograph him with his beautiful couture shoes, and the portrait is now held at National Portrait Gallery archive in London. His work has been published by many magazines and had exhibitions at Windsor’s Manley’s Art Gallery in conjunction with Rhubarb and Custard, Tapestry in Soho, with The Hope Foundation he exhibited at the Virgin Money Lounge in London and most recently he had an exhibition to raise awareness for Alzheimer’s at the oldest Knightsbridge Gallery, Andipa, which got world-wide media attention.
I love to travel of the beaten track with camera in hand photographing people stories in India, Myanmar and Vietnam.”

David Newton – Landscapes

Dave Newton is a professional photographer and filmmaker with a love for the outdoors, travel and natural world. He is brand ambassador for the biggest brands in the imaging industry (Canon, SanDisk, Manfrotto, Lastolite). Dave has a degree in Marine Biology and MSc course in Biological Photography and Imaging at Nottingham University. He went on to became a picture editor at the Natural History Picture Agency and technical editor of EOS Magazine. “Given my obsessive, curious nature, that was pretty much everything – landscapes, travel, portraits, wildlife, sport… actually anything but weddings.”

Morgan Fisher – mirrorscapes

Upon leaving high school, Morgan immediately began an active and ongoing international life as a musician. Artists Morgan has played keyboards with include The Love Affair (#1 hit in 1968), Mott the Hoople (produced by David Bowie), Yoko Ono, Queen, and members of R.E.M and Y.M.O. These days he may be called upon to compose stylish TV and film music, create meditation music in a Zen temple, or jam with classic rock and blues bands. Morgan has even played samba in Brazil and world music in China.

All his life Morgan has pursued photography as an art, as well as documenting his musical life using still and movie cameras. Since moving to Japan in 1985 he has specialised in and refined his own style of abstract photography, a kind of visual music, or “light painting” involving spontaneous, free movement of the camera and/or the light source. He utilises the finest digital equipment to create his images, which display a depth and subtlety more akin to painting than photography.

Equally close to his creative heart are his solo live performances, improvised on a variety of rare vintage and modern keyboards while projecting his light paintings; they are a true synthesis of sound+light – unpredictable, uplifting, and inspiring.

Morgan Fisher – Brushless series

Upon leaving high school, Morgan immediately began an active and ongoing international life as a musician. Artists Morgan has played keyboards with include The Love Affair (#1 hit in 1968), Mott the Hoople (produced by David Bowie), Yoko Ono, Queen, and members of R.E.M and Y.M.O. These days he may be called upon to compose stylish TV and film music, create meditation music in a Zen temple, or jam with classic rock and blues bands. Morgan has even played samba in Brazil and world music in China.

All his life Morgan has pursued photography as an art, as well as documenting his musical life using still and movie cameras. Since moving to Japan in 1985 he has specialised in and refined his own style of abstract photography, a kind of visual music, or “light painting” involving spontaneous, free movement of the camera and/or the light source. He utilises the finest digital equipment to create his images, which display a depth and subtlety more akin to painting than photography.

Equally close to his creative heart are his solo live performances, improvised on a variety of rare vintage and modern keyboards while projecting his light paintings; they are a true synthesis of sound+light – unpredictable, uplifting, and inspiring.

Jamie Cooper – astrophotography

Jamie Cooper first became interested in astronomy as a small boy when his father, a keen amateur astronomer, first showed me the amazing views that could be seen through a backyard telescope.
There was something magical for a small boy seeing mountains and craters in fine detail on the moon. The first views of Saturn with its rings, and Mars with white polar caps and areas of different coloured terrain left an indelible mark on his as a small child.
“I’ve also been interested in photography for as long as I can remember, so it was only a matter of time before I started to combine these two interests and a life long passion for astrophotography was born.
Over the years I have travelled the world searching for some of the most wonderful sights in nature to observe and photograph such as solar eclipses, comets and displays of the northern lights.
I also love to travel, to photograph wildlife and the natural world.” Jamie’s work has been widely published in books, magazines, and on TV.

Adriaan van Heerden

Adriaan van Heerden is an award-winning international fine art photographer, exhibiting in London, Brussels, Kyoto and Singapore, with work held in collections in UK, USA and South Africa and published in international newspapers and magazines.
“It is in poetry that the Universe reveals itself to us at its most mysterious and beautiful. Living as we do in a data-saturated societies with impossible standards of perfection, it is easy to lose sight of the fact that it is in the absence of information that creates space for the imagination to play, and the beauty of things is often revealed in their brokenness, fragility and imperfection. I aim to capture this poetic vision in two dimensions of photographs. I believe that poetry is all around us.”

Sannib – British digital artist

Hazem Sannib is a British digital artist of Syrian-Lebanese descent who is currently living in London, who expresses his vision through vibrant and thought-provoking paintings. He first started painting when he was just nine years old. As his technique improved,
he began his first experiments of painting in oils at the age of seventeen under the tuition of Farid Georges. in Homs, Syria, and soon after was chosen to exhibit his work as part of
an exhibition in Syria & Kuwait.

In 2006, he started experimenting with abstract themes and painting in acrylics under the guidance of a teacher in Norway, Mard Issa.
This period would be extremely important for Sannib, who was beginning to explore humanitarian themes through his work and develop what would later become his signature style.

In 2015 Sannib started developing his new approach of mixing modern art with classical Arabic Calligraphy by marrying two eras : the old classic and the latest digital one. Sannib used his rich Graphic Design experience to create a unique mixture of classic and modern Arabic calligraphy art. By exploring digital art methods he achieves unprecedented creative artworks. He is showing the richness of the Arabic letters and culture by blending these letters with vibrant colours, contemporary shape and artistic style. He transfers his unique artistic creations onto various surfaces such as canvas, wood and carpets.