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Monthly Archives: October 2015

29 Oct 2015

Mysteries of the Mesolithic

Today we worked with Jennifer Dunn, Collections Manager at Scarborough Museums Trust. The brief was to creatively photograph ancient relics for the museum’s marketing purposes. The items are almost 11,000 years old and were first discovered in the 1940s at a Mesolithic Settlement called Star Carr in a location just outside of Scarborough. It is one of the most important Middle Stone Age sites to be discovered. World renowned in fact, and it’s hard to believe that it’s right on […]

16 Oct 2015

Last rays of summer

One of the assignment’s this week was to photograph a brand of wine for a well know supermarket chain. They wanted an outdoors, bright, summer feel to this new world limited edition Sauvignon Blanc. So, we went deep into the back garden of Woodend to create a New Zealand summer… a great challenge on a dreary day, and great fun!