This weekend I’m heading to deepest darkest Wales to shoot some new material for 35mmers and get a crash course in documentary filmmaking with the one and only Daniel Broadley. I spend so much of my life sat in front of a computer screen that I welcome any adventure in the wilderness.
Painted wooden spoons to go in the apron packs. Just waiting for the stickers to arrive now.
Spending my days making props for video shoots and designing things I can’t release yet.
I’m still alive.
My delightful new print from the lovely people at Sarah & Bendrix. Apparently I’m collecting Bear-based art these days so if you know of any, hook me up 🐻
Went out shooting in Clifton tonight with @danielbroadley and this guy. A Zenit E donated to the @35mmers cause.
Cheeky CD design for the one and only @tomcrouchmusic
Behind the scenes on Weston beach for the Meadowlark vinyl artwork photoshoot. That’s me in the red hat with my partner in crime, Daniel Broadley running around like a giddy chicken … and that’s the random kite surfer who came and joined in for his own modelling debut.
Don’t be fooled by that little bit of sun you can see. We endured a full scale hail storm to get these shots. Trying to reload film into my little Pentax using fingers I had lost the feeling to and simultaneously trying to stop the chairs from constantly falling over in the wind was definitely testing.
To see more of the project please visit the Superfex website.
Apologies for the lack of posts recently. I’m currently relocating to Bristol but I should be fully settled in by May 1st.
It’s going to be so refreshing to share a studio space with such an equally passionate, determined and proactive human being. This can only mean good things for the future of Superfex and 35mmers.
I’ve really enjoyed using watercolours in the last few months so when I was asked to create some wedding stationery using them, I literally jumped at the chance.
Firstly the ‘Save The Date’ cards were created using rich pinks, summer yellows and dark plum shades. These will be sent out in recycled brown envelopes to individual guests, reminding them to keep the special date free in their socials calendars.
Still to come are the invitations themselves, which will also carry the watercolour theme but focusing on the dark plum colours further to match the colour scheme of the wedding.
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'The Chief' mini prints are now available in my store for the bargain price of eight british pounds. These prints are 8x10” on 250gsm Tintoretto Gesso paper stock and printed by the ever wonderful Ripe Digital.
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Designed a treatment template for Daniel Broadley Films to be used when pitching video concepts. Again, reflecting the professional nature of the business whilst retaining the same clean, modern look of the website, social media and stationery.
Business cards have also gone to print so I’m looking forward to receiving those next week. It’s the best feeling helping independent creatives to succeed with their craft and seeing your design work put into motion.
Saw the New Year in with my best friend. Happy New Year to you and your loved ones!
Progress on ‘The Chief’ captured on Christmas Day at my folks place in Frome.
Dot shading is a very meticulous and slow technique but the results can be phenomenal. I’m hoping to digitally add a splash of colour and turn this design into a tshirt for my web store.
Photos by Daniel Broadley