London: Horton-Stephens Photographers Agents

It’s been a great first half of 2015 for Horton-Stephens, London’s leading photographer’s agents for over 25 years.

Wilson Hennessy visited a post-apocalyptic wasteland (Slough) to shoot the cars of Mad Max: Fury Road. Diana Miller kept busy shooting burgers with new work for McDonald's Germany. Gary Salter has been loafing around with action hero Sly Stallone for Warburtons, whilst Jake Green spent a few months in his local Nigerian church for his latest series - The Celestials.

George Logan produces another important campaign for the Born Free Foundation. James Bowden and Domenico Pugliese continue their globe trotting adventures, Alan Mahon goes all tough mudder for the latest fitness First campaign and Morten Borgestad shows us the perils of early retirement in his latest series.

Horton-Stephens Photographers Agents' new 'Platform' section is now live on the website, showcasing work from fresh young talent, including Carolina Reid's stunning travel orientated documentary work and Alessandra Spairani's foody take on lifestyle. Make sure to check them out!

All this without forgetting Eugenio Franchi, Nick Dolding, Jason Knott, Chelsea Bloxsome, Fernando Milani, Jan Steinhilber, CGI from Additive and Um, and more moving images over on our sister site - Horton's Shortuns.

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