Lorentz Gullachsen recently shot Azumit Luxury Yachts in Italy for JWT Milan, as well as housing stock shots for the charity Shelter in the West Midlands. "The contrast seems surreal," Lorentz said, "but that's the appeal of this job: to be able to see the extremes of life and find beauty in it all."
In October, the photographer opened his exhibition 'A Year in Teme Valley', due to run until January 2009 at the The Gallery in Martley, Worcester. This inaugural exhibition is a personal collection of landscapes that were shot in the Teme Valley, where Lorentz lives.
Other projects included editorial work for Chicago-based Rotarian Magazine that involved shooting Lady Godivia in Coventry, portraits of beef farmers for EuroRSCG Life, and a trip back to Italy for Y&R Geneva to shoot Tuscan landscapes for Caterpillar.
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