If I were an actor, one thing on my bucket list would be to be in Star Wars. Well these three amazing actors, that I have recently taken their headshots have done just that. First we have Michael Gould who played – Admiral Gorin and got to plough his destroyer into another ship. Next the amazing Sharon Duncan-Brewster playing – Senator Pamlo And last but not least Robin Pearce playing – Rebel Tech, at the main table and operations of the rebel base.
Whilst sitting in the cinema recently I saw this amazing man sending Dr Strange on his quest into the the Himalayas, where he then begun his training. The fantastic Kobna Holbrook-Smith had trodden the path before him. It is such a pleasure to see people who I have done there headshot, some now friends, pop up in such massive projects such as this.
A portrait of Iain Glen. Jeremy Zimmerman asked me to do a quick job at BAFTA last week shooting the launch of a new documentary film. Iain Glen and Hayley Atwell were supporting the project - here is a quick snap I took of Iain.
I recently was commissioned to take the photo for the poster of The Quiet House at the Park Theatre. I also took some rehearsal pictures. Here is Michelle Bonnard (my beautifully talented wife) on the flyer. Followed by the the original shot. Then some of the rehearsal shots of Michelle, the brilliant Ollie Lansley, fantastic Tom Walker (Jonathan Pie) but sadly the final member of the cast, Alison Ava-Brown wasn’t doing her scenes when I was in so I missed out there. Then finally (for those that get that far) another version of what the poster etc could have been.
After playing Lewis’s sidekick in the final ever episodes of this long running series, Babou was asked for some PR shots for some national newspapers. Part of my job was to put together a series of ideas about the style of the shoot and then to offer up locations that would reflect both the programme and Babou’s career. These photos were shot at Wilton’s Music Hall, the home of Babou’s first job out of drama school - Max Stafford-Clark’s famous Macbeth. They appeared in The Guardian amongst other publications.