H&H at the AOP awards

We went to the AOP awards last night as a big H&H gang, Benny and the Jets style, psyching lesser agencies out with our finger-snappin' moves...

Our man Matthew Lloyd was in the awards category for Still Life.  We can only assume there was an Oscars style envelope mix-up and the award will arrive in the post soon.....it's the only reason not to win...

Matthew Lloyd for Costa Coffee

It was the AOP awards last night.  We need coffee.  And when we need coffee, there's only one website we look to for rich, tasty, rewarding, smooth coffee (we'll stop now).

Matthew Lloyd shot this set for Costa Coffee's website refresh, on location in glamorous Camberley.  Working using models, around real customers in an open coffee shop, this was a busy shoot!

Matthew Lloyd drinks Japan

Straight off the plane back from shooting vineyards in Napa, Matthew Lloyd went straight back into the studio to shoot this great diptych of Japanese spirits.

Great use of colour and stylish props make these pictures really pop.

Holly Pickering for Jarlsberg

Super pleased to share this great campaign for Jarlsberg, shot by our own Holly Pickering.  This was a two part campaign, of still life food shots, and lifestyle shots of people cooking and enjoying the food.  

First up, the still life - we've shown some of the finished artwork as well as the original shots here.  And because we're nice we've also included a few pictures showing the crops for the Jarlsberg website.

Lifestyle shots to follow...

Matthew Joseph exhibition at the Oxo Tower

We're going to the launch of Matthew Joseph's new exhibition at the the Oxo Tower on the South Bank tonight.

Matthew recently travelled to Southern Ethiopia to shine a light on people living with Podoconiosis in Ethopia. 

Podoconiosis, also known as Lower-Leg Elephantiasis, is a soil-borne infection that causes disfigurement in the lower limbs.  It's a completely fixable problem, and we hope that Matthew's exhibition of portraits, opening today at the Oxo Tower can help to contribute to awareness and prevention. 

Here's a link to an article in The Independent about this - https://www.independent.co.uk/happylist/podo-the-invisible-tragedy-a8859061.html

The show runs until May 5th.