Jon Enoch for Harbin

Jon travelled to Paris recently to spend an afternoon with Brazil and PSG striker Neymar, shooting a variety of set-ups for Chinese beer brand, Harbin.

The worlds most expensive footballer seemed quietly impressed with his moment with the worlds greatest people and portrait photographer. Game recognised game.

This shoot was a lot of fun. Taking place in a week of Eurostar industrial action we had a last-minute Cannonball Run style race from London to Paris, some fine wine, a near-death experience with an electric scooter, a LOT of waiting for Neymar, and ultimately some great shots.

Included here are the final artwork, some of the portraits of the session, a composite of action shots, and a lot of bts, including the shots of Jon, Patrick and James showing Neymar how to kick a football for an advert. Really. We think you'll see our technique in action next season.

Holly Pickering for Jarlsberg

Holly recently shot these lifestyle images as part of a campaign for Jarlsberg.  Here's what we learned - 1.  Norwegian people eat Reindeer burgers.  2.  Norwegian people do 'cheers' with burgers.  

We've included shots here showing the photography as part of Jarlsberg social media and website, and also a few shots on their own.

This was a great shoot with a lovely client and fantastic crew - a really good few days.

David Marquez for Domaine Garbaud

David shot these lovely clean images for olive oil producer Domaine Gerbaud.  Clean lines, and graphic shots - perfect for their website.

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!

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