Shooting with Kayt, early '80s style

Recently I had a great pleasure to work again with Kayt.

She is a fantastic London model and superb photographer in her own right. We live just a few tube stops away from each other and as she has a nice home studio, we thought, let's shoot again together!

I am always excited to work with such creative people like Kayt. You are never short of ideas and enthusiasm. In terms of our shoot, I had an idea about a couple of lighting set ups and a specific look. I wanted to go for kind of black and white, gritty aesthetic. This combined with Kayt's amazing new hairstyle helped us get some interesting shots. We thought they look kind of early '80's punk style a bit, wouldn't you agree?

Here are some of the photos from our shoot.

Photographing rehearsal of Romeo and Juliet for Ballet Central


Few weeks ago I was very lucky again to be invited by the great choreographer Jenna Lee of JLee Productions to photograph the rehearsal of Romeo and Juliet for Ballet Central, the wonderful programme curated by director Chris Marney .

It was a bit tricky to shoot due to challenging light conditions and I couldn't use any flashes but still, it was fantastic to be there and record all those talented young people working on this amazing ballet piece.

I do enjoy photographing dancers a lot, as I have a few cool ideas I'd like to make happen, watch this space :) I am looking forward to working with professional dancers more in future.

My fashion story 'Barbarella', she's back on Earth

I had a great pleasure of visiting Prague last year for the first time. What a lovey place and super friendly people!

First morning I arrived there, we planned a photo shoot at 8am with a great team, around the city centre. It was truly a wonderful and very creative day. Here are a few photos from that morning. All photographed with natural light.

The story shows Barbarella, popping back on Earth from one of her space journeys. Possibly :)

Big thanks to:
model: Michaela Freitagová
make-up: JiP Visage - Jindřiška Proboštová
fashion designer: Barbora Sedláčková
assistant and person who made it all possible: Dana Hosova

Shooting business headshots in London

Recently, I had a great pleasure to do a business headshots photo shoot for the peer-to-peer lending company Funding Circle. The shoot took place at the company's offices in central London. It was a fantastic, creative day, and I photographed 36 Funding Circle employees.

There were a few people not very happy about being photographed, and it's not an unusual reaction for a photographer to hear while shooting portraits. However, after a few minutes of shooting, friendly conversation and looking at the tethered pictures - they all liked the experience and the photos.

Here are some of the pictures we made that day.

Big thanks for the great assistance to Paul Finchley Thompson.

The romance of Eden - Naomi Neoh's new bridal collection

Happy New Year to you all! :)

Last year was filled with some fabulous opportunities for me and I was very lucky to work with many fantastically talented people. One of the highlights was a photo shoot I did for a London based wedding gown designer - Naomi Neoh.

It was a great shoot with two most wonderful models Grace and Jessica. Here are a few photos from the shoot. Enjoy!

Accessories: Debbie Carlisle, shoes: Emmy London