Sunday, 20 September 2009

Kerr & Fitz

Images: Fashionation

In 2005 Thom Kerr was a fine art student, working mostly as an art director and producer, Thom began working on multiple portrait and fashion shoots. His work was quickly embraced by the Australian and New Zealand fashion scene. His latest work with fashion stylist MsFitz for Duke magazine is everything I aspire to be as a photographer and Image Maker.......................

  • Category: Photographers
  • Magazine: SPUTNIK Duke Magazine Issue 3
  • Photographer: Thom Kerr
  • Stylist: MSFITZ

People are strange

My friend Nick told me about this very strange blog called Lovely listings.
Check it out here  to see more strange homes for sale.

Chimpin aint easy!

My latest promo shoot was with Dubstep master Chimpo.
He has worked with artists such as Zed Bias, Broke'n'English, MRK 1, Dub Phizix and Fox.
Click here to download a mix by  Chimpo & Hatcha on Kiss FM (220709) 

Saturday, 5 September 2009

LadyLuck Behind the Scenes video

Click the links below to see my behind the scene LADYLUCK PHOTOSHOOT inspired by Shriimp and french graffiti artist Tilt.
Filming: MoMo
Make up/Hair: Sam Parker
Model: Fay Sullivan
Location: Hired Mojo Studios

Friday, 21 August 2009

So busy.............

Hey sorry i haven't  posted much lately i have been  busy lost in a world of retouching, here are a few samples of my photo manipulation

Tuesday, 7 July 2009

Grown Man Business

DRS album cover by LadyLuck and designbyname


Friday, 3 July 2009

At night they wake

Image by LadyLuck
Lately I have been addicted to photoshop tutorials I found this fantasy one
here  and added my own images from a previous photo shoot. 

Saturday, 27 June 2009

Lego Mania

Image Source: Coolhunter 
Iconic retro brands possess strong currency right now. The latest hails not from the annals of fashion or apparel but from the world of toys - we're talking about LEGO, the multi-coloured building bricks that we all grew up with. While LEGO is still one of the top children's toy brands, it is spontaneously morphing into a credible street brand, adopted by Gen Y hipsters who still nurture happy memories of playing with the blocks as kids. It's part of a bigger trend, which has seen other iconic mostly 80s brands such as Reebok enjoy unexpected revivals. 
LEGO has been appearing in all sorts of unlikely applications from watches to cameras, bags and belts, to usb sticks, mobile phones and even cupcakes. Our favourites include a recent ad for hot fashion house Lanvin, which used colour-spray guns made from LEGO in a recent campaign and adorable LEGO fashion show video by Jean-Charles de Castelbajac which cast LEGO figures as fabulous high fashion catwalk models. We can only imagine what will be next. Lego for Louis Vuitton, perhaps? Marc Jacobs bags and Lego - a match made in heaven. Or LEGO sunglasses - it's a cult hit waiting to happen. - Text Source: Laura Demasi

Sorayama x Kaws

Hajime Sorayama

Collaboration with Sixpack.

The spotlight is on cult Japanese artist, Hajime Sorayama, with 3 Sixpack T-shirts and a limited edition print, exclusive to colette then in collaboration with KAWS for Future Companion (Black chrome version to be unveil on saturday June 27th) and an OriginalFake T-shirt.

To purchase yours click HERE

Friday, 26 June 2009

Nylon Magazine x Nike Sportswear Womens Dunk High

Image Source: Nike


Introducing the Nylon Magazine x Nike Sportswear Collection. Crafted in nylon with reflective details that spell out the magazine’s name, the bold Pink, Blue, Orange, Yellow, and Green hues were chosen because they are bold, modern, and ever present within the pages of the magazine. Following suit, the apparel design team fashioned the Nike Windrunner in the same tonal colors adding a piece to a collection that demands attention.The Nylon Magazine x Nike Sportswear Collection released on June 20th, 2009. The Pink and Green colorways are exclusively available at Urban Outfitters locations across the country. The remainder of the colors can be found at locations including Niketown, Nike Sportswear at 21 Mercer, Nike Sportswear at The Montalban, and 

Dream Factory

Image Source: Zara Khalique 
I think the world needs to know about a little lady from Manchester with a huge talent. Shes called Zara Khalique and is one for you fashionistas to keep an eye on. The artist come fashion designer creates unique  limited edition pieces, that are all  hand-painted (yeah ya read right by hand!). The up and coming designers clothing designs are graffiti inspired and truly individual.
Check out Zara's site to get your hands on one of her unique pieces. 

Nu Clean: Oyster Magazine

Image Source: Fashionation

The latest issue of Australian magazine 'Oyster' shoot by photographer Milos Mali.
"Nu Clean' is a  fusion a rainbow brights, high fashion prints and my cartoon favourite Sponge Bob. I'm in love with this shoot.

Diamond Studded Faces

Flair Magazine 

This Beauty shoot is stunning, i particularly like the the rainbow mask. Unfortunately i am not aware of the Make up artist, but this is the most unique beauty shoot i have seen in a long time, REFRESHING!!!!!!!!!

R.I.P. Micheal Jackson

The King of Pop

This is how I will remember him!


Image Source: Dazed
Retro games are a massive trend his summer, another designer has took inspiration from thier childhood gaming. Knitwear designer Timothy James Andrew fuses Tetris, Transformers, Aztec and Apocolypto for his latest A/W 09 collection "A-BLOCK-A-BRICK-TOE".
 Timothy James Andrews: My main inspiration came from the elaborate costumes worn in Mel Gibson's film Apocolypto, the Aztec geometric shapes, patterns and colours were mental. There's also a bit of Transformers and 60s sci-fi in there too. The patterns from the classic computer game Tetris became the inspiration for the crystal patterns on some of the pieces. I had great fun placing the beads together in a pattern, almost like playing the game!


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