A race between two businessmen, who after work, have to be somewhere…but where? Public transport is not good enough! It’s slow and expensive! Go by bike? ….No! They take it to the streets on foot! Fast and agile and can go where cars can’t!
You can also view the video of the shoot here!
So here are my results. Enjoy!
Photography | Piers Cunliffe Photography
Thanks go to:
SHOOT DHS | Artistic Director
Lee Martland |Photography Assistant
Andy Barnham | Photography Assistant
Toby Russell | Camerman + Editor
Danny and Aaron | SHOOT DHS Models
One Tribe TV | Production Company
There are some great new changes to my website. A brand new fashion section, and soon to be filling the spaces are Film, in association with One Tribe TV, Published Work and Projects. Check it all out here – www.pierscunliffephotography.co.uk – So watch this space as I regularly update it!
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Headshots I took of Yogi in collaboration with Tim Baker, The Watermill Studio.
Photography | Tim Baker
Assistant | Piers Cunliffe
MUA | Sophie Bee
Model | Yogamaya Von Hippel
Theme: 1960’s A Walk In The Park
Photographer Piers Cunliffe | www.pierscunliffephotography.co.uk
Photography Assistant Lee Martland | www.leemartland.co.uk
Photography Assistant & 2nd Photographer April Barrie | www.aprilsamantha.co.uk
Art Director & Stylist: David Hill-Souch | www.shootdhs.co.uk
MUA: Sophie Bee | www.sophiebee.com
Hair: Artizan | www.artizan.co.uk
Client: Scarlet Vintage | www.scarletvintage.co.uk
5 Queen Street, Bath, BA1 1HE
Have just completed a family portrait session with the Deverells. It was a really fun day out in their garden, the kids did what they did best…played, while Sara and Rob looked on with huge smiles on their faces. So I will let you see for yourselves how fun and vibrant this family is.
I took these photographs last year for an exhibition in Milsom Place, formerly known as Shire’s Yard. I was trawling through my archives of blog posts and didn’t have these posted. I feel that they deserve a post as these photographs were very popular with the locals. Enjoy!
It has taken me awhile to get this photos sorted and blogged but they are here…finally!
Kingswood School, Bath opened the Bath Music festival a few weeks back and they did a sterling performance. The floor was packed and the atmosphere was joyous.
Had the opportunity to shoot some of the shows in Bath. It was trial by fire but I am please with the results. My work was also picked up by Hati South, a Bath fashion blogger – click here to view.
Met a fantastic photographer – Andy Barnham. I really like his work, his black and white work is really strong, with good compositional lead in lines.It pays to network, always have your business cards handy and always follow up every email and card you receive – even offering them a drink after a hard days shoot helps us all to unwind!
Hope you like what you see!
A passport photograph given to me when we first got together and it still lives in my wallet attached to a card she wrote to me. My wallet travels everywhere with me…..and so does she!
I love her very much.
Recently did a portraiture session with a family which commissioned me to create for the daughters birthday. Fun was had by all and the results I think are great.
Apparently summer is on its way! Pffft – I’ll believe it when I see it!
Another I found in my archives.
Self-published photography book about the refurbishment of the Theatre Royal Bath.
I collaborated with graphic designer Katie Shingles (www.katieshingles.co.uk) to produce this high quality ‘coffee table’ style photography book. She has done the job perfectly and everybody who has seen and touched the book has commented on how well the book is designed. You can view her blog on the book here
“The quality is outstanding. The jacket design and page layouts are very well thought out. The photography is captivating and draws the viewer into the theatre. A book everyone should have in their homes.” Mr B’s Emporium, Bath.
Below is an extract from the book:
“I wish to capture the progression of the emotional and physical transformation of a very much loved theatre. I would like to record, for posterity, not only the works but also the human element involved as they witness the deconstruction of the existing theatre, and then to capture the pure joy of seeing it completed.”
The Butterfly and The Bird Cage is a culmination of many hours photographing the Theatre Royal Bath Refurbishment Project. Over a period of 6 months and 5,000 photographs later, these final images represent not only what happened to the building but also the human endeavour that created this transformation.
Only 200 signed 1st limited edition copies are available for £25 (for local deliveries in Bath) – add £7 for p+p for UK distribution
For more information please visit my website – www.pierscunliffephotography.co.uk