Purveyors of fine photography and illustration since 2001.
Representing Photographers; Dean Chalkley, Jocelyn Bain Hogg,
Frank Bauer, Drew Jarrett, David Titlow, John Gripenholm, Jon Bergman, Stephen Morgan and Lawrence Watson.
Illustrators; Supermundane and Zakee Shariff
and Make Up artist Fay Leith.
We also provide a full Photography Production service.
Havelock Walk, where our own Supermundane is based, is home to a diverse community of creative people, who live and work on the cobbled mews at the heart of Forest Hill.
Twice a year the painters, sculptors, photographers, ceramicists, designers and other arty types of Havelock Walk open their studios to the public in a two day exhibition. Open studios offer a unique insight into the working life of the artists, and afford visitors the personal opportunity to meet each artist together with their work.
The artists invite you to come and join the excitement, and to show your support for creativity in the local community.
The next Open Studios is December 1st/2nd from 12-5
Over the feted summer festival period, for the last three years music magazine NME and camera brand Nikon have invited amateur and professional photographers to get snapping, and submit their music-related imagery for the NME Music Photography Awards. This year’s competition saw more than 7000 images submitted. Dean Chalkley - who received the NME Outstanding Contribution to Music Photography Award 2012 - was on the judging panel along with NME editor Mike Williams and acting NME photo director Zoe Capstick.
Dean was asked to say a few words at the Private View last night and gave a funny and inspiring speech.
Just before Christmas 2011, Dean was interviewed by filmmaker Simon Witter for a documentary he produced entitled London Calling: The Untold Story Of British Pop.
The film focuses on the British Pop/Rock culture as well as celebrating its relationship within other artistic disciplines. Interviewed at his North London Studio, Dean talked at length about the current scene and the nurturing of new talent, offering a contrast to his peers more historical insights.
Dean also invited the London Calling cameras along to Shoreditch Studios in London to document a live shoot in progress with the band New Street Adventure.
The series screened on UK TV's via the Sky Arts Channel and Dean was featured in the 2nd episode 'Every Picture Tells A Story'