Monday, 28 November 2011


Introducing a new campaign for the London Edge Fashion Tradeshow, shot by Skinny Dip’s
own Jonny Wright at The Book Club studios, Leonard Street. Featuring Drew @ D1 Models
and Dougie (dancer, street casted). Clothing from London Edge retailers, Drew wears
bespoke metal nails by Holly Silius.
Styling by Gemma Harrison @ fashionstylist. Hair and
makeup by Holly Silius

Skinny Dip would like to thank Jon, Heather & Nancy @ The Book Club

Thursday, 10 November 2011


Images from Stephen Morgan's series "A Moment's Chance (and other short stories)" are being exhibited
in a joint show at The Wapping Project, Bankside.

Taking on small photographic trips around areas connected to his childhood memories, Stephen J. Morgan’s
understated but eloquent images display an evident closeness to his subject matter. They document passing details
and footnotes, the accumulation of which reveals a candid capture of the spirit of these familiar places, and a stark
portrayal of urban, working-class life in England . Stephen J. Morgan (b.1970, UK) has recently showed his work
at Photon, Ljubjana, Slovenia; the Birmingham Central Library and Jerwood space. 

Forthcoming publications include Collecting Contemporary Photography, by Jocelyn Phillips, published
by Thames & Hudson.

Friday, 4 November 2011

"Lawrence Watson Photographs Noel Gallagher"


Lawrence's show has been featured in various publications and online, below is a snippet from
The Telegraph's interview with Noel in which he talks about working with Lawrence... 
The show is on till 13th Nov, so get down there and check out the iconic portraits, polaroids,
contact sheets, and the short film...  Londonewcastle Project Space, 28 Redchurch St, London, E2

Check out the teaser trailer film..

"Why did you allow Lawrence to photograph you throughout the process?"
"I'm not sure I ever did. Lawrence has always been around when I've been in the studio. It wouldn't
be the same without him to be honest, so it didn’t’ feel like there was anything out of the ordinary
going on. He did decide to grow a beard early doors, though, so I could tell how long I was
taking to make the record by looking at his ginger beard. Have you seen it? It really should be
in the Tate."