Vue London photography

As we reach the end of the year, it’s the perfect time to look back at the amazing work that the VUE photographers have been involved with.

Shamil Tanna has produced more exciting imagery for Amazon, Movember and Puma, along with new commissions for Formula-E, 10Bet and Department of Education. Alan Powdrill has had some fun with his new stills and moving image content for National Express, featuring bewildered students returning home to find their parents behaving badly!
Garry Simpson has been working hard on the back of TVC again, shooting the stills for ASDA’s Christmas campaign and shooting several ad’s for BT home hub over the year with magical creatures invading your spaces. Morgan Silk’s work for the RAF Benevolent Fund – a lovely portrait of RAF veteran Ron – has been released to coincide with their centenary campaign. 

In the summer, David Sykes was asked to do a fashion shoot with a difference: a series of lively dogs for design magazine Monocle along with new commissions from Taylors Coffee, Virgin Trains and Greenies. Danielle Wood created some beautiful Old Master inspired work for Culture magazine and worked on some great new work for Quarter Oats.

Playing with her food again, Debby Lewis-Harrison has produced a series of word art moving images with some brilliant themes whilst also working on some delicious briefs for Tate & Lyle’s Golden Syrup and BBC. Kerry Harrison made people eat a lot of cake on the Konditor shoot. He also shot a more serious campaign for the children’s mental health charity Place2Be. He worked extremely hard on some challenging shoot with Mettle and Alpro.

Meanwhile, Dylan Collard launched a collaborative project involving his Instagram followers in an online treasure hunt to spot his photos on London bus sides to win an exclusive print!
The VUE photographers are a multi-talented, innovative crew, to get inspired by their work, head on over to the VUE website to see more work.

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