About Rory Lewis
Lewis is a dedicated portrait photographer who has spent over a decade capturing many of the world’s most recognised faces. Sitters have included the likes of William Shatner, David Cameron, Sir Derek Jacobi, Iain Glen and Natalie Dormer. Rory’s images have been exhibited on both sides of the Atlantic, and several of his iconic portraits have been acquired by the National Portrait Gallery in London. His recent project, ‘Soldiery’, which documented the British Army of the 21st Century, was completed over a two year period and has been hailed as a national success story, named by the BBC as ‘The changing face of the British Army’. Rory divides his time between London and Los Angeles, working with a wide variety of clients. In addition to his projects and private portraits, his photography has been commissioned by Pepsi, Universal, the British Army, The Times, The Guardian and Cancer Research UK, among others. Rory draws immense inspiration from the masters of art including Hans Holbein the Younger, Titian, Caravaggio and Jusepe de Ribera.
About Alexandra Lewis
Prada obsessed shopaholic, manager and wife of Rory Lewis, Alexandra relocated to London from St Petersburg. Where she began work as a professional model for Harvey Nichols, Harrods, Wella and L’Oreal. Meeting her husband to be in 2012, whilst modelling for one of Rory’s photoshoots. Retiring from her prestigious modelling career in 2018. Alexandra joined Rory Lewis Photographer full time as manager and marketing director. Occasionally she returns to the modelling world from time to time.