Laurence Edwards is a sculptor from Suffolk, who has recently completed a series of sculptures with his latest being ‘A Thousand Tides’. Laurence is leaving the Creek after 15 years and in his words;
“I wanted to make a gesture, an offering of gratitude, a bookend if you like, to the Creek men project that saw the beginning of my time here, the arrival so to speak…
I decided to leave a life size bronze figure lying in the mud, to let it slowly sink, joining the Saxon bodies buried at Snape and Sutton Hoo, to create my own archeology and maybe make a myth.”
We are extremely proud to have filmed the production of ‘A Thousand Tides’ alongside director and producer Phil Cairney, which is definitely worth taking a look at. Laurence has also published his latest catalogue this year, which shows a variety of his fascinating work and the process of making the Sculpture. We also have our photography within the catalogue.
The Metropolitan Pub Company approached us to photograph their pubs within London from top to bottom, capturing the characteristics and feel for the pubs. So far we have photographed The Phoenix and King Stores this month. The images will continue to be displayed on the pubs home page website. Take a look at the Metropolitan Pub Company site and search for the pubs we have photographed so far:
The “Outdoors is brought in” is the concept of Pangolin London’s ‘Sculpture in the Garden’ exhibition. It is on display in London from May13th to July 9th and we are very pleased to have photographed the selected works by a variety of sculptors and made a short behind the scenes film.
Exciting news, that The One Show on BBC1 chose Steve Russell Studios to be the perfect set for their piece on The Lost Tommies which was broadcasted on 12/05/16 as Joe Crowley appeals for help identifying the British soldiers featured in a treasure trove of WWI photos found in France. Here is the link to the show when it was broadcasted, try and spot the studio:
We’ve been busy photographing for the Gallery Pangolin, ‘Jubilee’ exhibition, where they are celebrating their 25th birthday in style with a spectacular exhibition of silver sculptures. The exhibition begins June13th and runs until July22nd.
We had a great time checking out the phenomenal collection of photography at Somerset House, with one of the biggest collections of photographer’s work including Hamiltons Gallery’s Don McCullin.
Amazing to go to the private view of Jeff Koons show at the stunning and immaculate Newport Street Gallery.