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LPA Style / Charlotte Williams & Sam Norman / Oli Kellett

January 17, 2013

LPA Style Charlotte Williams and Sam Norman have recently been collaborating with Oli Kellet (represented by Trayler & Trayler) on this fabulous set of images.

Mixing Desperate Housewives with David Lynch, this witty series on suburbia showcases Charlotte’s fantastic styling skills and Sam’s great hair and make-up. Great work as always ladies.

Jennifer
© Oli Kellett

Redshoes
© Oli Kellet

margarita
© Oli Kellett

LPA Style / David Ryle / Lost In Time

November 28, 2012

LPA Style’s Charlotte Williams and Ellie Tobin have recently been working with photographer David Ryle (represented by Balcony Jump), producing this beautiful set of images.

Inspired by vintage fashions, Charlotte provided the great retro styling whilst Ellie created the gorgeous hair and make-up looks. Beautiful work as always girls!


© David Ryle


© David Ryle


© David Ryle


© David Ryle

Kerry Harrison / Boots / Jupiter Design

October 9, 2012

It’s getting colder and those dark nights are drawing in, but with it comes the excitement of Christmas!

We might be a little early but we’ve just picked up the Boots Christmas Gift Guide, filled with images from one of Kerry Harrison’s most recent commissions from design agency, Jupiter Design.

Shot in July, in a gorgeous house in Primrose Hill (courtesy of Unit Base), Kerry worked alongside LPA Style girls, Charlotte Williams, Elkie Phillips and Ellie Tobin, to produce these fab seasonal images which capture the festive spirit perfectly.

Pick up a guide from your local Boots store and check out the images (whilst plotting some of your Christmas presents in advance!).

© Kerry Harrison

© Kerry Harrison

© Kerry Harrison

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LPA Style / Recent Work

September 25, 2012

Happy 10th Anniversary LPA!

September 17, 2012

It’s official, Lisa Pritchard Agency is 10 years old this year!

Established in 2002, LPA quickly grew to become one of the UK’s leading photographers agents and shoot producers and, we are proud to say, maintains it’s stronghold as the most innovative, professional and helpful agent in town!

So do excuse us while we blow our own trumpet a little …

Over the last decade we’ve worked with some amazing clients, photographers and crew, tackled some of the most challenging briefs (and budgets!) and organised thousands of seamless photoshoots of all shapes and sizes.

Starting out with just a handful of photographers, several of which are still with us today ( Iain Crockart, Michael Heffernan and Nick Daly) the agency has expanded over the years to incorporate some exciting divisions, including LPA Futures, LPA Style and LPA Production.

Energy, experience and efficiency, that’s what we’re known for. Aside from that we can lay claim to some very worthwhile initiatives. We support and spearhead up and coming talent with LPA Futures and the LPA Student Challenges, Lisa has written a bestselling book ”Setting Up a Successful Photography Business”,  earned a reputation as an engaging guest speaker and established the very popular Ask an Agent column. But last, and certainly not least, we wouldn’t be where we are today if it wasn’t for the A team of staff that we have managed to maintain over the years. Jenny and Kyle in the early days ; then Holly, Alex, Luke and Bridget helped take LPA to the next level and the current creme de la creme  – production supremos Dani and Lauren, marketing whizz Alexa, newest member and fab agency assistant Tom and of course the magnificent ‘accounts department’ Georgina who has been with us from the start.

And so, lets raise a toast to 10 years of LPA and commemorate with 10 anniversary images. An image for each year, each one will depict the traditional wedding anniversary material or gift for that year. Apparently as the years go on the gifts become more precious and durable – just like LPA! Also, just like a successful marriage, we know it takes a lot of hard graft and team work to keep doing what we do so well!

First up for year one is an image by Sam Stowell and the gift of paper! We’ll bring you more anniversary gifts each week so watch this space…

Year One/Paper

© Sam Stowell

Introducing LPA Style’s brand new showreel…

June 28, 2012

We’re delighted to announce our brand new showreel showcasing moving image from LPA Style.

All of our Stylists and Hair and Make-up Artists are hand picked for their talent and experience.  They are available for still or moving image shoots and have worked on a variety of clients including  Argos, Boots, Marks and Spencers, Natwest, Harveys, T-Mobile, Vodafone, HSBC, Tescos, Phillips/Tresemme, Nintendo, Ikea, Sony, Met Police, Stella Artois, Canon and Nokia.

If you’d like to work with any of our Style artists or require further information, please email hello@lisapritchard.com

LPA Style / Moving Image / Sony Futurescapes

April 3, 2012

Last year LPA Style’s hair and make-up artist Sam Norman and LPA stylist Charlotte Williams worked on an exciting series of moving image pieces with the creative digital agency Large Blue and Sony. The concept behind the series of short films named ‘Futurescapes’ was to imagine what the future might be like in 2025 and how technology might support new lifestyles. Charlotte tells us a bit about what it was like:

‘Working on the Futurescapes project was a lot of fun once I had got my head around the brief. I was given four scenarios of how one woman’s life might be in the future, each one very different to the next. The challenge for Sam and I was to create four very different looks to reflect the lifestyle of each future. I particularly enjoyed sourcing the clothes and accessories for the fashion designer’s look in scenario 1: http://vimeo.com/39696098. One of the highlights of this shoot was working in some fantastic locations, my favourite being the glass fronted house overlooking Highgate cemetery.’

You can see all 4 versions of the Futurescapes on our vimeo page: http://vimeo.com/user6804207/videos

Take a look at the trailer below to see a snippet of each film. Great work ladies!

 

 

 

 

Nick David / Jupiter Design / Lifestyle Shoot

February 8, 2012

Here are some lovely pictures shot by Nick David for a high street retailer, commissioned by Jupiter Design. They are fun and vibrant lifestyle images that illustrate Nick’s naturalistic approach. The crew had a great time on the shoot which you can see from the fantastic behind the scene video shot by Jack Flynn.

LPA/Production arranged all shoot logistics, styling by Charlotte Williams (LPA/Style) and hair and make-up by Sam Norman (LPA/Style).

Behind the scenes video by Jack Flynn:

Pictures by Nick David:

© Nick David

© Nick David

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LPA Style’s Sam Norman and Charlotte Williams latest work with Mark Griffiths

January 26, 2012

LPA Style’s hair and make-up artist Sam Norman and stylist Charlotte Williams recently had fun working on a creative shoot with photographer Mark Griffiths. The hair styling was by Danielle Hooker. Sam Norman tells us a bit about the atmospheric images that Mark produced:

‘I wanted the make-up to look quite haunting, so I kept the skin pale and sculpted and the eyes dark and defined. For the dining table shot, the feeling was meant to be one of wealth and arrogance so we made the hair and make-up very classic and strong. The whole day was brilliant, we shot in the same building as the one they filmed The Kings Speech in. When we weren’t shooting we spent the rest of the time investigating it! Shooting with Mark was lovely, he is a real perfectionist and uses complex lighting to achieve a painterly quality to his images.’

Mark Griffiths: http://mdrgriffiths.com

CHARLOTTE WILLIAMS/SAM NORMAN/JULIA FULLERTON-BATTEN/THE NEW YORKER

December 9, 2011

Last month LPA Style’s hair and make-up artist Sam Norman and stylist Charlotte Williams worked on a creative shoot with photographer Julia Fullerton-Batten for the New Yorker magazine.

The shoot took place in the Tudor Kitchen in Hampton Court Palace where Julia was commisioned to shoot British Historian and T.V personality Lucy Worsley for the food issue of the magazine. LPA Style’s Charlotte Williams and Sam Norman, did a lot of research into the styling which required Lucy Worsley to have an 18th Century look with a modern interpretation. Inspiration came from 18th Century paintings whilst still trying to concentrate on getting Lucy Worsley’s own personality across. Charlotte styled all the beautiful props, wardrobe and food for the shoot while Sam styled the incredible wig and make-up.

Charlotte Williams and Sam Norman also worked on the styling for some of Julia’s recent personal work which you can see below the image of Lucy Worsley.

Lucy Worsley © Julia Fullerton-Batten

© Julia Fullerton-Batten

© Julia Fullerton-Batten

 

 

 

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