This years International Day of Happiness theme is "Happier Together".
With increased isolationism in our world we thought this theme was perfect! To mark the day we dug out some of our happiest photos.
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20 March 2019 | Tags: promotional, humour, awards
Wilson Hennessy is as comfortable shooting the latest sports cars as he is shooting still life. This one's a personal series by Wil...
We thought we had a good rubber band pun but, on second thoughts, it was a bit of a stretch.See more >
19 March 2019 | Tags: Wilson Hennessy, Still Life
Florian Geiss has a huge reputation for capturing “the moment” on camera and a whole new body of work for Re.Label is natural, believable and relevant.
Re.Label is a project for SOS Kinderdorfer, aimed at highlighting the unethical practices maintained in the Bangladeshi textile industry.See more >
14 March 2019 | Tags: Florian Geiss
A new national recruitment campaign to help fill the 110,000 vacancies in the adult social care sector has launched.
Gary Salter and ourselves were proud to have been involved with such a worthy project, shot with real carers / carees, working with Engine Group. Big thanks to Charlie, Bilel, Richard, Stuart and teamSee more >
12 March 2019 | Tags: Gary Salter, on location
Specsavers are proud to be official partners of Red Nose Day for the third time and our photographer Gary Salter couldn't be happier.
Specsavers are going to make novelty Red Nose Day glasses for children and adults, in a brand new jester design. These will go on sale in over 800 Specsavers stores nationwide. Specsavers is the only partner who donates 100% of their Red Nose Day themed product sales to Comic Relief. That incredible generosity has raised £848,000 and counting. Bring on the million.See more >
6 March 2019 | Tags: Gary Salter, Portrait
Last year Jan Steinhilber shot this project to promote Audi's sport performance parts for their TTRS and R8 models.
Shot at one of Audi's testing facilities in southern Germany, he achieved the shoot with stand-in cars and then implemented the final models in 3D afterwards.
CGI by PX2See more >
5 March 2019 | Tags: Jan Steinhilber, Cars, sports
How Long Before They're Just a Myth?
George Logan's new campaign for The Born Free Foundation compares today’s endangered species with ancient mythical creatures. Lions, Rhinoceros, African Wild Dogs and Grevy’s Zebra are all endangered, with numbers dropping to critical levels. How long before we can only tell stories about them?See more >
4 March 2019 | Tags: George Logan, Charity
New Campaign for Suzuki; shot by Wilson Hennessy in Romania for Red Brick Road.
Wilson said this about his time shooting: I tried to incorporate as much of the stylised background into my pictures as possible. Using the reflections in the car to add a super glossy feel to the metal. As well as a pop of colour...See more >
14 February 2019 | Tags: Wilson Hennessy, Cars
Feeling ill? Unsure if it's serious or not? Nick Dolding has the cure.
Nick took these photos for a multimedia campaign promoting the NHS support-line, 111. 111 is the best solution for those uncertain of where to turn to in a healthcare dilemma. Accessed via phone or online.See more >
31 January 2019 | Tags: Nick Dolding, set-build
We always love to see Ilka & Franz work out in print! Here's their latest work for Majedie Journal.
Photography, Sets & Post-Production: Ilka & Franz
Nails: Naima Coleman
Models: Tolu, Veronica and Stuart - Hired HandsSee more >
7 January 2019 | Tags: Ilka and Franz, newsletter
Chelsea Bloxsome, made this video a few days ago... Xmas Dinner from start to finish in a matter of seconds! Although we want our Xmas to last and last, it seemed like a fitting way to post our last Latest news of 2018. Happy Xmas to One and All and we look forward to speaking in 2019See more >
21 December 2018 | Tags: Chelsea Bloxsome, Food, moving image
The Campaign, “Hot in 2018”, Top 9 Press Ads feature just 5 image led executions, so we were delighted to have produced two of them!
One was photography, one was 100% CGI, both for BBH... with thanks to creatives: Richard Prentice, David Adamson, David Lasar and Thibault Michal.See more >