Saatchi & Saatchi, London commissioned David Ryle to shoot for HSBC Premier. Beautiful landscape photography was over laid with pie charts & graphs representing your positive economic trajectory. This part of the campaign was photographed last December in Argentina, Uruguay & Chile. Other parts of the campaign were photographed in France & the U.A.E. - soon to be released. CD: Mark Norcutt. AB: Kate Mahon. Production: Brite Productions.
Driving Tired Kills. Take Longer to Look for Motorbikes. Don't Use your Mobile Whilst Driving. A Think! Government Awareness Campaign commissioned by AMVBBDO - photographed by David Ryle.
The new Jaguar F-Type, photographed by Trigger. Commissioned by Spark 44 - London.
Cats: Perhaps "Ad Man's" Best Friend?
The Fat Cats were also featured on Channel 4: http://www.channel4.com/news/london-sunday-times-super-rich-list-billionaires
Specatular Imagery by Tim Flach. (Fat cats retouched by Antony Crossfield).
Photographed by Tim Flach. Digital Artist Antony Crossfield. Commissioned by Grey London. Pure Genius. Say no more.
Partners Andrews Aldridge commissioned Trigger to not only shoot dramatic time stack effect images but to also create “stings” in association with the launch for the new Rolls Royce, Ghost Series 2. The cars were photographed on location throughout Spain. Whilst the car was being photographed, so was the sky. Each sky was photographed every 6 seconds in blocks of 10 minutes. The photos were then animated together to create the rolling time stack effect. Post production by Jon Smith @ Circle Media. Edit by Si Cox. Check out these dramatic animations by either viewing our the motion section of our website or clicking this link.
To coincide with Porsche's launch of a 4-cylinder turbocharged Macan in selected markets worldwide, Circle Media created a number of still images, showing the car in Porsche's Rhodium Silver metallic paint.
The backgrounds were shot in Melbourne and all CGI and post-production were carried out in Circle Media's UK studio.
Kopparberg's Raspberry Cider is now out of hibernation and will now be a permanent member of the Kopparberg family. Photographed on location in the U.K. by David Ryle.
Personal work by David Ryle, shot in his studio, London.