Hope you’re well on this sunny but brisk Autumn day in London, well a least it’s not raining. That puts me in mind of all the unfortunate people who have been flooded out of their house, home and places of work, hope the water subsides soon.
Today I have added some of my most recent interior photography work for my good friends at French Connection Homewear, you can see more of the images here, hope you like them. We had great fun making these, with an amazing team as always, interiors styled by Amanda Smith-Corston set building by Jude Singleton and locations by Jacob at Love Locations.
I do love the use of poured concrete in interior design and architecture, I think that some people might think that it is a cold and possibly boring medium to live with, or indeed inside, but not me. Like most things made from organic substances, it’s with all the best will in the world never the same twice. That’s what I think is so beautiful about it. As you can see from this interior photography commission it photographs really well. So much so we went back to the location for the next season’s photography shoot