Kerry Harrison

English seaside resort

Often not the classiest place but great for rainy windows with garish reflections!

Scottish Power

We had four great days in Glasgow at the start of September shooting some campaign images and here’s one that wasn’t selected but that I like anyway. I was happy, as always that we cast ‘real’ people and the weather was on side! Can’t believe I’d never spent any time in Glasgow before (well, aside from years ago when playing in bands but that was a blurred memory even at the time!). What a city!

Thanks to Laura and Marianne as well as LPA, we hope to be back soon for more!

Website refresh

I’ve been adding some new images and changing some sections around on my website recently. Still waiting on being able to use the images from my various jaunts overseas over the last few months but here are a few more rowers to look at anyway.

Thanks for looking

Can Picafort, Mallorca

Scenic Mountain Railway Journey

Stayed on in Mallorca after our shoot and went on this scenic railway journey to Soller. Well, this was my view for the whole thing, nice to be so close to strangers in a boiling confined space though…erm!


We’ve been over in northern Germany this week shooting for a healthcare brand. A fantastic shoot with beautiful lakes and boats and trees and great casting (thanks to for local production, lovely people!). Of course I can’t show any of that just yet as the job is still going on. London and Kent this weekend and then on to Mallorca.

Here then are two lighting technicians, texting away as they stood in for the actors at the National Theatre from my shoot there last week. Looking forward to sharing more of these when the campaign is up and running.

New project

Sometimes a job will come in that I would quite honestly do for free, or even pay to do and this job is one of them. I was basically let loose around the National Theatre with a lovely brief and fantastic art direction.

As always there will be more shots to come but I love this guy who I found hanging out by the sink in a storeroom!

Next up is Hamburg, better get packing! Thanks for reading.

On tour – again!

Been having a clear out and back up of the laptops today ready for the next busy period and found this image from our Dublin job a few weeks ago. This was from the last day of the shoot where we street cast on the spot – SO much easier in Dublin than in the UK. Dublin was such a great city and we’re hoping that Glasgow is as much fun on our shoot next week.

Then we’ve got Palma and Hamburg after that (would that be Palma-Ham on a flight list?), and then on to somewhere in France (please don’t be Calais!) and back to the UK. Nice to be busy !

Out on the Thames

I love to go out with my camera and document what I find. The aim on this job however was to manufacture some of these moments to still feel totally spontaneous and fresh and I feel really happy with the images. Here’s one for now, I’m looking forward to writing more about the shoot once it’s all live in September.

Thanks for reading!


Rowing club

I’m now midway through a great shoot which centres around the river Thames. Last week I was out on a boat as the sun went down shooting some rowers – another random moment, especially when I attempted to stand up for a different angle and nearly ended up in the drink.

There are some amazing locations still to shoot later this week as well.

I’ll have to wait to share the images but I liked this one anyway of some random rowers on their way back to land.

Adidas Old School, New Rules campaign

We did this shoot for Adidas back in May and it’s finally all gone live. We shot for two days in Stoke Park Golf Club for the Golf versions of Adidas Samba and Superstar with the brief to maybe break a few of the traditional club rules .

The main bulk of the rule breaking was actually by us lot (being golf club novices) as we buggied in all the wrong places and forgot to be quiet when people were teeing off in those sand pit things.

Lovely to work with Vicki and Ben from the agency, Simon from Adidas as well as Alice Timms (in a golfing jumpsuit no less) and Claire Louise from team LPA.

Early morning rower

Its been recce day two today for a great shoot starting next week. Its an exciting brief for me and everything is coming along nicely.

On day one of the recce, very very early in the morning, on a bridge over the Thames we saw this guy hurtling towards us at a rate of knots (apologies if my rowing terminology is off!). This inspired me to change lens and sprint Usain Bolt style onto the middle of the bridge to get this frame.

Reckon we’ve done around ten miles of walking around London in the heat today so all in all this shoot is pretty good for my health!

Dublin street photography

A part of my recent shoot in Dublin was about capturing the essence of being in the place. So this naturally means shots of people who haven’t previously known they might be in a shot that day. In the UK this can be tricky, especially in London, but in Dublin we got nothing but yes’s (yeses, yes’ss…??). Such lovely people!

So I will look forward to showing more once the work is out there but here’s one that didn’t make the cut that I like (and I’m not even sure why I like it, I just do!)

New Specsavers campaign

This kid was amazing, so full of energy and wonder at the world, the tricky thing was just choosing which moment was best!

This image and another one of a kid in a shark hat (another great kid, we were spoilt) will be up on posters and in-store very soon. It was great to work with Michael, Aaron, Sarah, Natasha, Steve and Amanda again as well as the usual suspects, Alice Timms (Hat maker extraordinaire), Claire Louise, Hayley, JM and Lisa at The Forge, and Jonathon, Cassie and Lauren from team LPA ….(and breathe)


Coming to a billboard near you soon…. if you live in Serbia or Macedonia.

Chairs in Dublin

We were in Dublin last week on a great shoot. It was hot and sunny, well except for the last day when we spent most of the day rained off in the hotel reception sitting next to some Hollywood film producers – it was a VERY loud conversation they were having, especially the ‘best boy’ debate which went on for some time!

The shot here is not one from the shoot but I can’t resist taking a shot when I see something like this.

New Specsavers shoot will be here soon!

Until the final shots are up on posters and online here’s an out-take from my recent shoot for Specsavers. This one was shelved due to health & safety, for good reason really, I don’t imagine a dinosaur hat to provide much protection in a fall.

It was a great shoot, they are lovely people to work with and, strangely, in each Specsavers shoot we manage to choose a house with a mystery famous(ish) owner. Last time was an award winning screenwriter and this time there were shots of the chap with his arms around Lionel Richie and Mariah Carey up on the walls. Intriguing! Of course I was there to take photos but Claire Louise was set a task to find out. Turns out he books all the acts for big stadium gigs.

So that’s todays moderately interesting fact of the day sorted. I’m off to Dublin for a shoot tomorrow so better get back to the packing!

Thanks for looking x

Another car shot!!

Seems to be a lot of shots of people in cars on my blog these days and also a lot of shots from my shoots for VIP mobile! I have actually been busy on other jobs as well but can’t show any yet (boooo).

The VIP job is now over and we are sad about it. Such a lovely bunch to work for and I think all in all I’ve been in Serbia for just under a month this year – yet only know about five words – terrible!

Bojana Ristevski

I photographed the artist Bojana Ristevski last month as she worked in her studio in Belgrade. I really felt for all of the creative people I met in Serbia as, unfortunately, the economic crisis and state of the government means there is literally no way of making money from being an artist. All of the galleries and shops over here in the UK that would stock their work just don’t exist in Serbia, and you can forget about public art galleries. Luckily there is a lot of great work being made anyway.