Tim Walker: Story Teller Exhibition Supported by Mulberry
18 October 2012 – 27 January 2013
East Wing Galleries, East Wing, Somerset House.
Huge new exhibition of 130 images all printed by touch as archival pigment prints. We all had a great time at opening party last week. Thanks to Tim and his crew for putting on such a great night! New Book also published out now published by Thames & Hudson, for which touch provided all images as final cmyk tiff files.
Here are some images from the exhibition. Photographs by © James Stopforth.
A very busy few weeks of exhibition openings all printed by touch.
Exposure Gallery. 22-23 Little Portland Street. London W1 8BU
October 19th-31st. Photography by Tara Darby and Jenny lewis
Text courtesy of Exposure:
‘More Than Just a Mum’, a photography exhibition celebrating the changing face pf modern motherhood. The exhibition features 20 of the UK’s most influential and creative women, such as Pippa Vosper, Stylist and Harper’s Bazaar fashion editor and Alex Box, world-famous make-up artist, in their role as mothers. The images are by acclaimed photographers and mums Jenny Lewis and Tara Darby. Jenny has shot a wide variety of personalities from the Beastie Boys to Juliette Binoche in her decade as a portrait photographer, whilst Tara, a London-based photographer, has had work featured in publications such as Another, Twin and Japanese Vogue.
The show is curated by Jenny Scott, founder of cool parenting collective, Mothers-Meeting in conjunction with Sian Williams, founder of Baby-Friendly Boltholes, the online directory of boutique baby-friendly holiday accommodation.
More at http://www.mothers-meeting.com/mm-exclusive-private-view/
Private view tomorrow night. Can’t wait.
After GB not storing stuff properly and a quick repair at Nikon HQ the new D800 is back and now in a much better case! Ready for video and in house shooting projects.
Wow! What a couple of weeks of fun and amazing historical moments in London. Most of us at Touch managed to get out to see at least one event. Even baby Esther made it into the stadium.
We were involved in a few interesting photographic assignments and projects just before the games opened. Below are four special ES Magazine covers that were retouched by us and were published on the opening day. At least the girls got golds. Inside a huge portfolio of athletes all also by Jonathan Glynn Smith were retouched and printed by us.
We also worked for Jonathan on several images for the Official London 2012 Programme. I heard that 1million copies were printed!
Here are a few shots from that:
Finally, we printed this amazing exhibition for Giles Price of Aerial Shots of the Olympic Park under construction. See previous post here. and more info here.
The exhibition has been extended again at The Granary Building in Kings Cross.
Here are a few more shots from the accompanying book being published.
All images above © 2012 Giles Price.
Beautiful story featuring Karen Elson in July 2012 British Vogue we printed for Tom Craig.
New campaign we printed for Mulberry AW 2012. Agency: House & Holme.
Images Courtesy of Mulberry.
Here are a few snaps from the opening of Giles Price new exhibition.
If you are in the Kings Cross area, go and have a look at the beautiful highly detailed aerial shots of the construction of the Olympic Park over the last 2 years. We worked hard to gain the maximum amount of detail, resolution and clarity on the wide gamut large scale pigment prints.
The exhibition is in the newly developed Granary Building just north of Kings Cross, which houses Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, and forms part of the London Festival of Architecture 2012.
It runs from now until the 8th July. The Crossing, The Granary Building, 1 Granary Square, Kings Cross, London. NC1 4AA.
Below is a seletion of the shots. Limited edition prints are for sale contact See Studio
All images © 2012 Giles Price.
New campaign shot for Royal Opera House Autumn 2012 programme – One Extraordinary World by Kevin Mackintosh at Serlin Associates. Set by Daryl McGregor. Agency: aka. Creative Director: Matt Dixon. Retouching by touch digital. More info here