Jocelyn Bain-Hogg Photographer / UK Jocelyn Bain Hogg began his career as a unit photographer on movie sets after studying Documentary Photography at Newport Art College. He shot publicity for the BBC, photographed fashion and now works on documentary projects and commercial and editorial assignments. His editorial work features in Vanity Fair, The Sunday Times and The New Yorker. Jocelyn is the author of five photographic books to date. His first, The Firm, presented an astonishingly intimate view of London’s organised crime world, and won international acclaim, garnering the prestigious Lead Award for portraiture. website  |  ✉ enquire

Jocelyn Bain-Hogg

Photographer / UK

Jocelyn Bain Hogg began his career as a unit photographer on movie sets after studying Documentary Photography at Newport Art College. He shot publicity for the BBC, photographed fashion and now works on documentary projects and commercial and editorial assignments. His editorial work features in Vanity Fair, The Sunday Times and The New Yorker. Jocelyn is the author of five photographic books to date. His first, The Firm, presented an astonishingly intimate view of London’s organised crime world, and won international acclaim, garnering the prestigious Lead Award for portraiture.

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Frank Bauer Photographer / Germany Since graduating from Fachakademie für Photodesign, Munich, Frank has enjoyed considerable success as a freelance photographer based in Berlin, then London and now in Munich, photographing “wonderfully unguarded portraits” (It’s Nice That) of some of the most iconic faces in modern pop culture, from Cate Blanchett and Iggy Pop, to Grayson Perry and Bjork. Frank now shoots portraits, features, food and travel stories all over the globe. website  |  ✉ enquire

Frank Bauer

Photographer / Germany

Since graduating from Fachakademie für Photodesign, Munich, Frank has enjoyed considerable success as a freelance photographer based in Berlin, then London and now in Munich, photographing “wonderfully unguarded portraits” (It’s Nice That) of some of the most iconic faces in modern pop culture, from Cate Blanchett and Iggy Pop, to Grayson Perry and Bjork. Frank now shoots portraits, features, food and travel stories all over the globe.

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Stephen Morgan Photographer / The Netherlands Stephen J. Morgan looks to find ‘the extraordinary in the everyday’. He documents familiar, urban places, bringing about a photographic record of his journey through life and delving into his own identity, as second generation Irish growing up in Birmingham. His first solo exhibition was held at The Wapping Project, London, and he has shown work at Photon Slovenia, the Birmingham Central Library, Jerwood space and PhotoLondon. Stephen’s work has featured in “Collecting Contemporary Photography” by Jocelyn Phillips (Thames & Hudson) and Article magazine and he has been commissioned by clients such as Royal British Legion, Legal & General, Barclays, Barbour and Westfield. website  |  ✉ enquire

Stephen Morgan

Photographer / The Netherlands

Stephen J. Morgan looks to find ‘the extraordinary in the everyday’. He documents familiar, urban places, bringing about a photographic record of his journey through life and delving into his own identity, as second generation Irish growing up in Birmingham.

His first solo exhibition was held at The Wapping Project, London, and he has shown work at Photon Slovenia, the Birmingham Central Library, Jerwood space and PhotoLondon. Stephen’s work has featured in “Collecting Contemporary Photography” by Jocelyn Phillips (Thames & Hudson) and Article magazine and he has been commissioned by clients such as Royal British Legion, Legal & General, Barclays, Barbour and Westfield.

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Lawrence Watson Photographer / UK At the forefront of music photography, Lawrence Watson has photographed the most prominent musical artists of the past 25 years including David Bowie, Blur, Morrissey, Grace Jones, Paul Weller, Oasis, Ian Brown, Ramones, New Order, LL Cool J, Pulp, Snoop Dogg and James Brown. After leaving school at 16, he was commissioned to document the New York Hip-Hop scene in the early 80’s, creating portraits of legends such as Run DMC and Public Enemy. Lawrence’s iconic portraits have been exhibited internationally and published in a retrospective book “The World Is Yours”. website  |  ✉ enquire

Lawrence Watson

Photographer / UK

At the forefront of music photography, Lawrence Watson has photographed the most prominent musical artists of the past 25 years including David Bowie, Blur, Morrissey, Grace Jones, Paul Weller, Oasis, Ian Brown, Ramones, New Order, LL Cool J, Pulp, Snoop Dogg and James Brown.

After leaving school at 16, he was commissioned to document the New York Hip-Hop scene in the early 80’s, creating portraits of legends such as Run DMC and Public Enemy. Lawrence’s iconic portraits have been exhibited internationally and published in a retrospective book “The World Is Yours”.

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