8th – 13th April 2019, Vancouver and Toronto Actors Headshot Sessions Canada with Celebrity Photographer Rory Lewis

Sir Patrick Stewart (Rory Lewis Photographer)

Rory Lewis is one of the most sought after Actors Headshot Photographers, photographing Actors Headshots for many years. Rory has created Actors Headshots for the finest Acting Talent, Stars of Stage and Screen from William Shatner to Sir Patrick StewartSir Ian McKellenSir Derek JacobiDavid Warner, Natalie Dormer, Iain Glen, Julian Glover and the list goes on.” Rory has developed his own unique style of working with actors ensuring their photographic headshot experience is an enjoyable; relaxed session; to create the very best in Actors Headshots.

Craig Charles Film Actor Character Actor Portfolios Vancouver and Toronto (Canada) Actors Headshots

Make the Right Choice for Your Actors Headshots. Professional, Inventive, Expertly Directed, Relaxed Sessions with No Time Limit. Rory Lewis Actors Headshots Photographer.

Rory Lewis Session with Sir Patrick Stewart Vancouver and Toronto (Canada) Actors Headshots

Stephen Graham Vancouver and Toronto (Canada) Actors Headshots

For some actors having their headshot captured can be an extremely nerve-racking experience, after all stills photography is an unnatural concept for actors. After-all actors are used to moving on stage and screen. For others it’s not such an ordeal; whichever it is for you the one thing that helps to get the best photos is time. Yes, Time and LOTS OF IT, this will ensure you are completely relaxed and will photograph at your best.

Vancouver and Toronto (Canada) Actors Headshots Photographer Rory Lewis

So after we have put the world to rights over a cup of coffee we will have plenty of time to work. I always like to start with a few test shots which we can view on the computer so that any necessary changes can be made. We then get to work in the studio for a time, this gives you a chance to get a feel of how I work and I can find out what works best for you.

Vancouver and Toronto (Canada) Actors Headshots

Clothing and hairstyles can be changed whenever needed. (Makeup Artist can be provided if Needed). From time to time I will show you photos so you have a clear idea of what is going on. We then take a series of outside shots; by this point, I will have a good idea what is best for you and you will feel even more relaxed.

Throughout the shoot, we will aim to get as many looks as we can, with clothes, different hairstyles, angles and emotions. The session will last around Two Hours and in that time I will take about 500 photos. I will then cut down the 500 to around 200/400 Depending on Your Package.

LA Actors Headshots

I shoot in colour and convert to black and white you receive both colour and black and white copies of your retouched images. You will receive your contact sheets on-line via your own private website within 24 hours.

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Once you have chosen your photos I will retouch and crop them for you. Changes can be made before you receive your final photos. With regards to airbrushing, I feel this is a very important area as too much can spoil a photo. This is why I spend a great deal of time working on your photos and like to include you in this process. To make sure you pick the right photos, which stand out for your Casting Profile Pages.

HEADSHOT PACKAGES

Rory will be visiting Canada from 8th – 13th April 2019, he will be available for a limited number of sessions.

 

Toronto 8th – 10th April 2019

Vancouver 11th – 13th April 2019



EACH PACKAGE INCLUDES

Headshot session in my full service air conditioned photography studio
Wardrobe Consultation when you arrive for the shoot
Clothing rack, steamer, and changing room
Beverage station with Coffee, Tea, Water, and snacks.
A Downloadable Online Link to your Session in High resolution & resized for web use
Your selected retouches sent to you in high resolution and resized and optimized for your online casting profiles

 

To Book Please Email Me rorylewis@me.com For Availability


PRICING / INFO

(All Packages Include Gallery of All Images)


C$ 529

1 Hour Session (2 LOOKS)
2 RETOUCHES INCLUDED​ (250 Non Retouched Presented Via Online Gallery)


C$ 659

1 Hour 20 Min Session (3 LOOKS)
3 RETOUCHES INCLUDED​ (350 Non Retouched Presented Via Online Gallery)


C$ 789

1 Hour 45 Min Session (4 LOOKS)
4 RETOUCHES INCLUDED (450 Non Retouched Presented Via Online Gallery)


For 5 or more looks please inquire

 

To Book Please Email Me rorylewis@me.com For Availability


ADDITIONAL RETOUCHES
C$ 35 /image​
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MAKEUP PRICING


WOMEN’S MAKEUP
& LIGHT HAIR


C$ 189
2 LOOK SESSION


C$ 219
3 LOOK SESSION


C$ 249
4 LOOK SESSION


MENS GROOMING
(makeup & grooming)


C$ 139
2-3 LOOK SESSION


$154
4 LOOK SESSION


F.A.Q’s

WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY LOOKS?

Looks are considered wardrobe changes. Along with the wardrobe we will change the lighting and backrounds as well. You may add or take away one piece such as glasses or a jacket to a look without having count as a different look. The minimium package is a 2 look session. I do not shoot single looks.


“WHERE DO WE SHOOT/ WILL WEATHER EFFECT MY SHOOT?

Everything is shot in my  Studio. We have full control of light, temperature, and backgrounds. There is a lighted Makeup Mirror , Makeup table & chair, clothing rack, restroom & changing room, and coffee station with Coffee, Tea, water, and snacks for clients.
Weather will not change or cancel the shoot, so no need to worry about that!


​IS THE MAKEUP ARTIST REQUIRED?

Although using my Professional Makeup Artist is not required, it is recommended, especially for Women. My Makeup Artist stays the entire shoot to touch up, make small changes, make sure the hair is in place, and keep you looking your best while shooting!


We will talk to you about how you typically wear your hair & makeup so that we can make sure it is an accurate representation of you! The makeup should be fresh and natural looking making your features POP, not heavy and noticeable. The hair should be camera ready when you come so we can see how you wear it, and the MUA will perfect it for camera. How you look that day has to represent the same person that walks into a casting! It is a collaboration, and we can’t read your mind, so we encourage you to speak up if you want something changed , or something does not feel like you with the makeup.

*If you prefer to use a MUA outside of my studio, you are welcome to do so, but you must come to the shoot camera ready. Your artist is welcome to come to your shoot for touch ups and small changes.



WHAT IF I WEAR MY HAIR BOTH CURLY & STRAIT?

We understand there is a lot of variety in changing hairstyles for women and different looks can change your casting as well! If you have representation talk to them to see their thoughts on how it affects your acting and if they indeed want you wait in different styles for you shoot. We defiantly recommend wearing your air how you normally wear it so that your headshot actually represents your look. If indeed you want to make a big hair charge (like doing both strait and curly) there are a few options.

-To achieve it in the same session you can bring your hot tools with you to the shoot and we will give you a 20 minute window to complete the hair change (if you are doing it yourself) you must tell us in advance so we may schedule accordingly

-If you would like assistance on the change and you have our makeup Artist on board they charge an additional rate of $50 to do a complete & full hair change. (Adding a few curls or waves to already strait hair is included in the normal pricing. )



WHAT HAPPENS AFTER MY SHOOT?

In the days following the shoot you will get an email to an online gallery of your shoot which you can download your images from. From there you will choose which photo you would like to be retouched, and receive them back within 3-5 business days.


OK I AM READY TO BOOK …NOW WHAT?

I usually book up at least 1-2 months in advance. Please send an email through the contact page , with your basic info and when you are looking to shoot, and once we find a date that works for you, I will get you in the books, and send you a session agreement. Once the agreement is filled out, you will receive all the info for your shoot including the address, wardrobe advice, payment info, and other helpful information!


DO YOU HAVE A CANCELLATION LIST?


Yes! Once you book a date please let us know if you want to be added to the cancellation list. If another Actor has to cancel or reschedule then we will notify Actors on the list in the order they were added, and you will be offered the chance to shoot sooner


To Book Please Email Me rorylewis@me.com For Availability

 

December Military Portrait Commission

Just before the Christmas break, a recent Sandhurst graduate, commissioned a portrait at the London Studio. Coming from a distinguished military family, the sitter wanted to replicate a pose from a portrait of his Grandfather. I was glad to oblige and continue a family tradition. The portrait will be appreciated by generations to come. Portraits are very important to military personal, to be captured in Uniform looking ones best and in full finery can fill one with pride for the service.

London Military Portrait Photographer Rory Lewis

Based in London Rory Lewis is the UK’s foremost Military Portraitist Photographer, who is regularly commissioned to photograph high profile Military Officers for all three branches of the Military Army, RAF & Royal NavyRory Lewis Photographer offers a comprehensive service to Members of the Armed Forces, RAF, Royal Navy and Army who are looking to capture a professional portrait. Available at studios in Central London, Edinburgh and in Leeds; or on location.


(Discounts Available for Large Groups) for Quote Email Me rorylewis@me.com or Call 07717 139 637  For Availability.


London & Los Angeles Photographer, New Year, New Headshot.

New Year is all about new beginnings, new resolutions, new opportunities, building new relations and so on. So why not create a new and fresh image for yourself. Whether it is a total professional makeover or a few tweaks and trims, a new image can energise your spirits for the New Year.

Los Angeles Actors Headshots, Rory Lewis Photographer

Once you get a makeover don’t you want to make a good impression with this new image? As a professional, you have to deal with lots of other professionals, so updating your professional headshot with a new look will create a fresh and lasting impression on others.

 

Professional headshots are very important because they convey the message that you are approachable but also serious about your business or career. Executives, consumers, casting directors look forward to associating with a professional who they can rely on.

Los Angeles Discounted Actors Headshot Sessions 12th, 13th, 14th February 2019

With the new year in mind its time to think about a New Headshot. Whether a business person, legal professional, performer or actor. Rory Lewis Photographer can accommodate your needs throughout the UK. Utilising London, Leeds and Liverpool Photography Studios or visiting your office with his portable equipment.

 

Using old headshots can be boring. Familiarity breeds contempt. Don’t you get bored with the same look yourself? An updated professional image on your website and social media pages will deliver the message that you care about how you present yourself to others.

Iain Glen Rory Lewis Photographer (Actors Headshots London)

The technology in photography is improving every year. You do not want to look outdated, do you? Especially for those of you in the entertainment business, styles and trends change frequently, which is why a new image could also attract new offers.

David Cameron Portrait Sitting (London Portrait Photographer Rory Lewis)

New online headshots are also beneficial if you are looking to move into a new role or if you have just left a business. The old headshot may associate you with your previous work and a refreshed image can make you feel better about your image. Our looks change without us noticing, so an updated headshot lets people recognise you.

Sir Patrick Stewart London Portrait Photographer Rory Lewis

“Rory Lewis is one of the most sought after Actors Headshot Photographers in Britain, photographing Actors Headshots for 15 years. Rory has created Actors Headshots for the UK’s & USA’s finest Acting Talent, Stars of Stage and Screen from Sir Patrick Stewart, Sir Ian McKellen, Sir Derek Jacobi, David Warner, Natalie Dormer, Iain Glen, Julian Glover and the list goes on.” Based in London and holding sessions monthly in Liverpool, Leeds & London studios. Rory also, holds sessions in Los Angeles several times during the year. He has developed his own unique style of working with actors ensuring their photographic headshot experience is an enjoyable; relaxed session; to create the very best in Actors Headshots.


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David Cameron Prime Minister Portrait Sitting

One of the most challenging sittings of my career, I was recently commissioned to capture a portrait of former Prime Minister David Cameron. Serving as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 2010 to 2016. Brexit has been a challenging time in British Politics, resulting in David Cameron’s resignation. There is a great deal of tension in the UK about Brexit and very mixed feelings about David Cameron as a modern figure in history. I’m no stranger to photographing political figures and former world leaders, having been commissioned last year to photographer former Prime Minister Sir John Major.

I began by looking at other portrait photographers representations of Mr Cameron. I found myself wanting, not many stood out to me as a portraitist. Was this due to him being a difficult sitter?

 

My idea was to capture Mr Cameron as a meditative Statesmen. Brexit has left the UK in very uncertain times, and I wanted to seek inspiration from a portraitist who had recorded political figures during a period of uncertainty. Researching all the greats, I found Sir James Guthrie. Guthrie was a Scottish painter, best known in his own lifetime for his portraiture, although today more generally regarded as a painter of Scottish Realism. Sir James received a commission to paint portraits of all those statesmen who had served in office during the First World War.

(Left) Henry Herbert Asquith, 1st Earl of Oxford and Asquith, (Right) William Ferguson Massey. (National Portrait Gallery Scotland) Sir James Guthrie Artist.

Of all his depictions two sketch studies really stood out, the first that of Herbert Henry Asquith, 1st Earl of Oxford and Asquith 1852 – 1928, a British statesman and Liberal Party politician who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1908 to 1916. The second of William Ferguson Massey, 1856 – 1925. Prime Minister of New Zealand. The First World War indeed a very trying period in British History. Guthrie, sketched Asquith and Massey in a very complex and meditative state, almost reflecting on the past and career’s as heads of state.

With this inspiration in mind, I explained my ideas to Mr Cameron and he was pleased with the mood board and style of portraiture I wanted to evoke. The session took place in June of this year and from a short sitting of around 30 minutes,  I directed David to assume a series contemplative and thoughtful expressions. David was indeed an easy sitter, inquisitive and delightful to work with.

David Cameron Portrait Sitting (London Portrait Photographer) © Rory Lewis 2018.

These portraits are true to history, as a historian and National Portrait Gallery acquired photographer. Capturing depictions which can be used as historical source material is very important. Like Sir James Guthrie, I’m a realist wanted to create a precise and accurate representation keeping every mark every line and capturing my sitter as a neutral object in history.


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Digital Photography Magazine Column Feature

Thank you to Digital Photographer Magazine for inviting me to write this months Pro Column. My topic for this months article, my portrait sitting with actor Sir Patrick Stewart. I hope you enjoy it, feedback is most welcome.

Rory Lewis Photographer Digital Photography Magazine Feature

Rory Lewis Photographer Digital Photography Magazine Feature

The Chiefs of the Defence Staff

The Chief of the Defence Staff (CDS) is the professional head of the British Armed Forces and the most senior uniformed military adviser to the Secretary of State for Defence and the Prime Minister. The Chief of the Defence Staff is based at the Ministry of Defence and works alongside the Permanent Under Secretary, the Ministry’s senior civil servant. The Chief of the Defence Staff is the British equivalent position of what in NATO and the European Union is known as the Chief of Defence.

 

Throughout my career, I have been commissioned to photograph four consecutive Chiefs. From these sittings with senior military figures I have learned a great deal about capturing leadership. I have found myself directing prominent individuals who are used to themselves giving direction to the men and women they command. I have relished the chance to take responsibility and ownership for these historical images of senior military leaders. These portraits will stand the test of time.

Field Marshal Charles Guthrie, Baron Guthrie of Craigiebank, GCB, LVO, OBE, DL

Field Marshal Guthrie, Baron Guthrie of CraigiebankGCBLVOOBEDL was Chief of the General Staff, the professional head of the British Army, from 1994 to 1997 and Chief of the Defence Staff from 1997 until his retirement in 2001.

Guthrie’s military career saw service with the Welsh Guards and the Special Air Service; he was closely involved in military operations in Northern Ireland and provided advice to the British Government during the Bosnian War and the Kosovo War.

In 2012 Lord Guthrie was handed his Field Marshal’s Baton, in recognition of his remarkable leadership and service by Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth II.

General Sir John Nicholas Houghton GCB, CBE, ADC

General Nicholas Houghton, Baron Houghton of Richmond, GCB, CBE, ADC Gen, former Chief of the Defence Staff (CDS) of the British Armed Forces. He was appointed CDS in July 2013, following the retirement of General Sir David Richards. He served as Commanding Officer of the 1st Battalion, the Green Howards in Northern Ireland during The Troubles and later became Commander of the 39th Infantry Brigade in Northern Ireland. He deployed as Senior British Military Representative and Deputy Commanding General, Multi-National Force – Iraq during the Iraq War. Later, he became Chief of Joint Operations at Permanent Joint Headquarters and served as Vice-Chief of the Defence Staff until assuming the position of CDS. Houghton retired from the British Army in July 2016, and was succeeded as CDS by Air Chief Marshal Sir Stuart Peach.

 

The Generals sitting took place in 2014. On many occasions the General has been Photographed and Painted in his Ceremonial Dress Uniform and wanted to step away from the ceremonial image. General Houghton is regarded as “The Soldiers, Soldier” and Preferred to be Photographed in his Combat Uniform. Shot at at a slightly higher angle, I really wanted to Capture the General’s commanding presence, and with a combination of subtle lighting the images turned out really well.

Air Chief Marshal Sir Stuart Peach KCB, CBE, ADC, DL

Air Chief Marshal Sir Stuart Peach, GBE, KCB, ADC, DL is a senior Royal Air Force officer. After training as a navigator, Peach commanded IX (Bomber) Squadron and then became Deputy Station Commander RAF Bruggen. He was deployed as NATO Air Commander (Forward) in Kosovo in 2000. He went on to be Chief of Defence Intelligence in 2006, Chief of Joint Operations in 2009 and the first Commander of Joint Forces Command in December 2011 before being appointed Vice-Chief of the Defence Staff in May 2013. Peach succeeded General Sir Nick Houghton as Chief of the Defence Staff on 14 July 2016. He succeeded General Petr Pavel as Chairman of the NATO Military Committee on 29 June 2018.

 

Bathed in the illustrious history of Whitehall, we conducted the session in the MOD Building – a perfect location to capture the experience, rank and authority of the subject. Employing direct eye contact with the lens, full military garb and a solemn posture, the frame urges the viewer to look into his eyes, demanding the utmost respect his office dictates.

General Sir Nicholas Carter, KCB, CBE, DSO, ADC Military Portrait Photographer Rory Lewis

General Sir Nicholas Carter, KCB, CBE, DSO, ADC Gen is a Kenyan-born senior British Army officer. He served as commanding officer of 2nd Battalion, Royal Green Jackets in which role he was deployed to Bosnia in 1998 and Kosovo in 1999. After service in Afghanistan, he took command of 20th Armoured Brigade in 2004 and commanded British forces in Basra. He was subsequently appointed General Officer Commanding 6th Division, which was deployed to Afghanistan with Carter as Commander ISAFRegional Command South, before he became Director-General Land Warfare. After that he became Deputy Commander Land Forces in which role he was the main architect of the Army 2020 concept. After a tour as Deputy Commander, International Security Assistance Force, he assumed the position of Commander Land Forces in November 2013. In September 2014, he became head of the British Army as Chief of the General Staff succeeding General Sir Peter Wall. In June 2018 he succeeded Air Chief Marshal Sir Stuart Peach as Chief of the Defence Staff.

 

The General was in need of a portrait to be placed on the wall of former army leaders. The sitting was indeed very historical as the portrait will be viewed by the General’s successors for many years to come. My aim was to capture the General, as the man he is, a leader, no vanity, no pomp of the dress uniform, tall and proud. I’m looking forward to seeing how the portrait is received.

 

Relying once again on my confidence as a portrait photographer, I was able to bring to the sittings the direction needed. This confidence is key to any of my sittings, both military and in other fields where I need to capture leaders: from business to government. I take the time to produce the finest Portraits, which enable me to create images that display the character, expression, personalty and mood of each sitter. Using expert lighting techniques, direction and inventive scenarios, I will create the very best in Portraiture. I’m now stranger to working with Celebrities, CEO’s, Politicians, Soldiers, Musicians and Professionals.

 

Alternatively To Book Editorial, Political or any other forms of Portraiture. Please Email Me or Call +44 07717 139 637  For Availability. Sessions available London Studios & UK Wide and in Los Angeles (CA) Several Times Per Year.

 

 

Peter Van Norden Actors Headshots Los Angeles

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Thank you to Peter Van Norden for arranging his Actors Headshots at the Glendale Studio in Los Angeles. He is an actor, known for The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear (1991), Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment (1985) and The Stand (1994).

 

It was a real pleasure to work with Peter, an exceptionally talented actor. Throughout the session we worked on Commercial and Theatrical Headshots. I hope to have the chance to see Peter on stage at some point in the near future.

 

RORY LEWS BRITISH, Headshot Photographer to the Stars of Stage & Screen, Recommended by Backstage Casting. Based in Los Angeles (CA) able to shoot at studios in Glendale.

“Positively BRILLIANT photographer. Beautiful headshots and portraitures. Works of art. Rory and Alexandra are great folks, a pleasure to work with, make the experience fun and painless – and the results are nothing short of superb! Couldn’t recommend them more highly.” (Peter Van Norden)

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Portrait of Britain 2018

Portrait of Britain is presented by British Journal of Photography. Photographer Rory Lewis portrait of British Army Soldier Warrant Officer Class 2 Deborah Penny. Deborah serving 30 years in the British Army’s Royal Logistic Corps as a Bomb disposal expert; made Army history as the first transgender Soldier to serve in the front line.

 

Captured for Soldiery (British Army Portraits), has been selected to appear in a Nationwide Exhibition. Shortlisted from 13,000 entires, 100 Portraits of the exhibition will go live on Saturday 1st September 2018. Portrait of Britain is being billed as the UK’s biggest exhibition of portraiture. Being exhibited across JCDecaux’s nationwide screens, appearing in public places throughout the UK. The portrait also features in the Portrait of Britain book, available from Amazon. This constitutes Rory’s 2nd win of the Portrait of Britain over two years.

 

British Journal of Photography Portrait of Britain Rory Lewis Deborah Penny

Warrant Officer Class 2 Deborah Penny London Portrait Photographer Rory Lewis, Military British Army

Simon Bainbridge, editorial director of the British Journal of Photography, said: “The portraits celebrate the unique heritage and diversity of modern Britain, as much as its thriving photography culture and the myriad styles and approaches they employ in their work. Yet, as much as our tribal allegiances are on show in many of the photographs, each image reminds us that, above all, we are a nation of individuals.”

 

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Liverpool Echo Rory Lewis 31st August 2018

Portrait of Britain Liverpool Echo Rory Lewis 31st August 2018

 

Professional Headshots Henry VIII & Napoleon Knew The Importance of Image

Actors, Authors, SoldiersMusicians, Opera Singers, Professionals, DoctorsCEO’S, Directors you all need a good headshot, a single image to convey your complexities, personality and professionalism.

Ask yourself does your Headshot/Portrait Tell your Story?”

“A picture shows me at a glance what it takes dozens of pages of a book to expound.” Ivan Turgenev

 

Los Angeles Military Portrait Photographer (Army, Navy, Airforce) Portrait Photography

With the growth of Social Media, our online appearance can be just as important; possibly in a modern context even more important than our personal appearance.

Sonya Balmores LA Actors Headshots (Rory Lewis Photographer)

Here a few historical examples for you. Henry VIII, knew the importance of his professional Appearance. When we think of Henry VIII we think of a gigantic, defiant bull like figure. In reality this wasn’t true, it was an image created by the Artist Hans Holbein in 1537.

Henry VIII Napoleon

Likewise Napoleon from the Beginning of his career appreciated the importance of imposing his image upon the world through the best artists available.

 

“A Picture is worth a Thousand Words” (Napoleon)”

David Cameron Portrait Sitting, Rory Lewis Portrait Photographer London

So why should we think any different to Henry VIII& Napoleon. If they had Social Media how would they represent themselves to the public?

 

Posting amateur images of yourself taken from a night out on your Linkedin Profile won’t make you look serious to potential employers and clients. Nor represent you as a giant in your profession.

Your image must reflect your attention to detail and professionalism. You only get one chance to make a good impression. Good Head Shots immediately convey that you are serious and focused.

Captain Buddhi Bhandari British Army Portrait Photographer Rory Lewis

I have developed my own unique style of working with headshot clients ensuring their photographic headshot experience is an enjoyable; relaxed session to create the best image for your profile.

With Over 14 Years Experience and using direction and inventive ‘scenarios, I can easily encourage you to express yourself, creating natural, approachable headshots that get you noticed. Don’t let your image suffer; become a PROFESSIONAL GIANT! I have a number of Affordable Packages, available in London and Los Angeles.

 

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Portraitist Open Evening

Thank you to everyone who attended the open evening of Portraitist, at the Wex Photographic Gallery in London. It was a pleasure to share my latest portraiture, with over 100 VIP guests. Including several of the sitters, Steven BerkoffCiarán Hinds, Wolf Kahler and David Bamber. The work drawing immense inspiration not from previous photographers, but from the Masters of Art including Hans Holbein the Younger, Titian, Caravaggio and Jusepe de Ribera. The result is an exciting and fascinating new collection.

Portraitist Exhibition

1st August 2018 – 25th September 2018

WEX Photographic Gallery, 37-39 Commercial Road
London, E1 1LF

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