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LPA Futures / Fay Elizabeth Harpham / Stella McCartney

June 25, 2015

LPA Futures Fay Elizabeth Harpham has been adding to her portfolio of her sleek and sophisticated still life photography with these decadent images shot for Stella McCartney

Shot for the A/W 2015 Stella McCartney lookbook, Fay brought her meticulous eye for detail and lighting with these beautiful accessories. We may try nabbing something next time she’s shooting…

© Fay Elizabeth Harpham

© Fay Elizabeth Harpham

© Fay Elizabeth Harpham

LPA Futures / Emma Boyns / Edible Gradients

June 17, 2015

Talented LPA Futures photographer Emma Boyns has been adding to her folio of work with this fun new project. ‘Edible Gradients’.

Known for her fun use of colour and graphic approach to food photography, Emma’s work has been described as ‘the still life equivalent of an American Apparel store’ by adam&eveDDB. We love this latest project and looking forward to seeing more!

© Emma Boyns

© Emma Boyns

© Emma Boyns

LPA Futures / James Byrne / FHM

June 12, 2015

LPA Futures Photographer James Byrne is off to a flying start with this fun feature in the July issue of FHM.

James shot Christian Stevenson AKA DJ BBQ – famous for his love and knowledge of BBQ cooking and his trademark spandex catsuit -  along with a variety of delicious recipes. James’ contemporary and bold style of photography intensifies the amazing colours of the Deep South cuisine, and the images look great within the playful layouts. Brilliant stuff – can’t wait to see more!


© James Byrne


© James Byrne


© James Byrne


© James Byrne


© James Byrne


© James Byrne

LPA Futures / Lulu Ash / Devon

June 10, 2015

LPA Futures Lulu Ash has been adding to her beautiful folio of work with this recent shoot in her home county of Devon. 

Known for her contemporary approach to lifestyle and portrait photography, Lulu shoots on both film and digital to create truly unique and dynamic images. We love this recent shoot, definitely getting us ready for summer!

© Lulu Ash

© Lulu Ash

© Lulu Ash

© Lulu Ash

© Lulu Ash

© Lulu Ash

LPA Futures / Fay Elizabeth Harpham / Stationary

June 1, 2015

LPA Futures photographer Fay Elizabeth Harpham has been busy shooting lots of brilliant new personal work.

One of our fabulous new Futures photographers, Fay’s work spans still life, documentary and portrait, united by a commanding level of technical prowess. These images were shot for a series on stationary products in her clean and polished signature style. We’re all excited to have Fay on board and can’t wait to see her bring these skills to lots of new commissions!


© Fay Elizabeth Harpham


© Fay Elizabeth Harpham


© Fay Elizabeth Harpham

LPA Futures / Winners Announced

May 19, 2015


LPA Futures / Launch Party

May 14, 2015

This week we held a fabulous party to celebrate the unveiling of our LPA Futures photographers for 2015-17.

Our office adjacent studio space, Camden Park Studios, provided the perfect venue for the party, being situated in a beautiful deconsecrated church. We had a brilliant turnout of guests who enjoyed delicious cocktails from the Duppy Share whilst viewing an exhibition of the photographers’ work. Thanks to this year’s judges – Mike Bone, Tony Connor, Amanda G, Patrick Harrison, Kathy Howes, Daniel Moorey and Lisa herself! Thanks also to our generous sponsors for the prizes – Delta Design, Metro Imaging, The Forge, Swan Turton, Williamson Carson & Co Ltd/ Chubb and Direct Photographic as well as BMA Models and the Duppy Share for helping to make the party such a success. Congratulations to Marc, Lulu, Tim, Emma, James and Fay!

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© Suzie Howell / Marc Ambros

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© Suzie Howell / Lulu Ash

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© Suzie Howell / Tim Atkins

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© Suzie Howell / Emma Boyns

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© Suzie Howell / James Byrne

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© Suzie Howell / Fay Elizabeth Harpham

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© Suzie Howell / Some of our generous sponsors – Delta Design, Swan Turton, BMA Models & Direct Photographic

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© Suzie Howell / Lulu with Jean-Michel Massey from The Forge

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© Suzie Howell / The Duppy Share

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© Suzie Howell / The Duppy Share

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© Suzie Howell / Patrick Harrison, Lisa & Mike Bone

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© Suzie Howell / Nick David & Rowan Fee

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LPA Futures / Holly Pickering / Wheeler’s of St James’ Rib Room & Oyster Bar

April 13, 2015

LPA Futures Holly Pickering continues her great work for the Marriott Autograph range of hotels, shooting the new restaurant at Threadneedles.

Wheeler’s of St James’ Rib Room & Oyster is a Marco Pierre White enterprise, recently opened at the luxury 5* boutique hotel, Threadneedles. Famed as the world’s oldest fish brand, Wheeler’s boasts Walt Disney and Lucian Freud among their clientele. Holly was commissioned to shoot the lavish interior as well as the sumptuous menu and we think the images look great – definitely want to pay a visit!

© Holly Pickering

© Holly Pickering

© Holly Pickering

© Holly Pickering

LPA Futures / Final Judging Night

March 27, 2015

Last week we held the live judging of LPA Futures 2015 here in our fantastic studio space in Camden.

After a heated debate from the judges, we came to a final decision on the five photographers who will be joining the LPA Futures roster. The winners are still top secret until our launch party but we wanted to give you an insight into the judging process. The lovely team from Metro Imaging were there on hand to capture the event and produced a fantastic video for us.

To recap, the judges of this year’s competition were -

  • * Mike Bone / Owner & Founder / Mike Bone Design
  • * Tony Connor / Creative Director / Bulletproof
  • * Amanda G / Owner & Founder / Coochie-Hart
  • * Patrick Harrison / Commercial Photographer / LPA
  • * Kathy Howes / Senior Creative Producer & Art Buyer / Proximity
  • * Daniel Moorey / Head of Print / adam&eveDDB
  • * Lisa Pritchard / Owner & Founder / LPA 

In addition to representation with LPA for two years as part of the Futures programme, the five winners will receive the following great prizes from our generous sponsors -

The standards of entries was incredibly high across the board and it was a hard decision for everyone involved. Stay tuned to our website and blog to see the winners announced in May! Thanks again to Alice and Kate from Metro for the fabulous video!

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5 Minutes With… / Emma Boyns / Student Challenge Winner

March 26, 2015

This month we spent 5 minutes catching up with the winner of the LPA Student Challenges 2014-2015 final round – Emma Boyns. Emma – who is in her final year at the University of Gloucestershire studying Editorial and Advertising Photography - wins some amazing prizes including her own bespoke portfolio by the brilliant Delta Design with prints by Metro Imaging, as well as representation with LPA Futures for two years. Here’s what she had to say about the experience…

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Congratulations on winning the LPA Student Challenges grand final! You’ve secured your place as one of the next group of LPA Futures photographers – how does it feel?

It feels great! I wanted to stay positive after entering but totally didn’t expect to win so it was a lovely surprise.

What are you looking forward to most about being a part of the LPA roster?

I think being part of a group of people whom I have looked up to and whose clients and work I really admire; Sam Stowell, Charlotte Tolhurst, Rowan Fee and others have really inspired my work.

For the final round you were asked by Richard Brim & Daniel Moorey of Adam&EveDDB to interpret the creative copy ‘Love it or Hate it’. What were your initial thoughts and how did you approach the brief?

This is actually a brief that I was set at university for one module, which all of us hated at the time so there was a bit of a joke about that at first! But I approached it in a completely different way and chose not to over complicate it, focusing on the one, simple theme of liquorice and how to create a striking series based around that narrative.

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© Emma Boyns – Student Challenge Number Three submission

What made you want to pursue a career as a food photographer?

I’ve always loved cooking and baking and have found both to be very therapeutic, so the movement towards this genre happened entirely naturally for me; at first I didn’t even realise I was photographing everything I was making, and it soon became second nature. I don’t think I’d have the time to invest in a different subject, as food really is my passion and is constantly on my mind.

How would you describe your photographic style?

I would describe it as fairly delicate, almost fragile sometimes. Although that may seem to contrast with my more conceptual, graphic images, I feel that a simplistic, minimalist theme runs through most of my work and the way I style shots often makes them quite feminine and dainty.


© Emma Boyns

Where do you look for inspiration – any favourite photographers, websites or blogs?

I am a huge fan of food blogs, which were the main focus of my dissertation. I admire the ability that bloggers such as Linda Lomelino and Izy Hossack have to cook, bake, write and photograph so beautifully. I also love cookbooks such as Nigel Slater’s Tender and Katie Quinn Davies’ What Katie Ate, and photographers such as Jean Cazals, Jonathan Gregson and Mowie Kay have been really inspirational for me.

 If you weren’t a photographer, what would you be doing?

I have a big interest in psychology, which was my intended path while I was at sixth form, so perhaps something down that line. But I always think I’d find it hard to resist a food-based career, so you’d probably be more likely to find me in a little family-run bakery or restaurant.


© Emma Boyns

Your work impressed the judges in Student Challenge Number Two as well as the final round, what advice would you have for students wanting to enter the competition next year?

I think it would be to enter images that are strong rather than images that you ‘like.’ Don’t become too attached to an image because of the setting or context in which it was taken or the sentimental value it has to you – remember that the judges can only see the photographic merit and not these personal elements.

Thanks Emma!

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