Charlotte Hadden shoots the cover story for issue 15 of The Greatest Magazine
Charlotte Hadden photographs the new collection ‘La Lumière Da Jour’ for Sandro Paris.
Charlotte Hadden photographs ‘The future of menswear’ for V-Man, featuring up-and-coming designers and modeled by young musicians on the cusp of greatness.
James Pearson-Howes photographs Newcastle United and USA footballer DeAndre Yeldin at home, for High Snobiety and Adidas Football.
Together Associates is pleased to announce we are now representing photographer Jon Tonks. A portrait and landscape photographer Jon’s work focuses on how history and geography shapes peoples lives.
Jon is best known for his book Empire, photographed over six years exploring the faded glory of the British Empire by documenting remote British territories in the South Atlantic.
Outside of his personal work he has been commissioned by a range of commercial and editorial clients including Microsoft, Nokia, NY Times, Guardian Weekend, FT & Monocle
Charlotte Hadden shoots for issue 1 of Vogue Hong Kong, the 25th iteration of the magazine to carry the Vogue name.
Director Barbara Anastacio’s 2018 showreel. Clients include Gucci, Cle De Peau Beauté, Louis Vuitton, Calvin Klein, COS, Mango, Vogue, NOWNESS, NY Times.
Director and photographer Chad Pickard’s showreel for 2019.
Charlotte Hadden photographs the SS19 campaign for Gucci Children.
James Pearson-Howes photographs rapper and musician Jimothy for Adidas London
Charlotte Hadden goes big with the florals shooting the latest Marni collection for Matches
Arianna Lago photographs Roksanda’s Resort 2019 collection.
Charlotte Hadden photographs Greentea Peng for issue 96 of Crack Magazine.
Charlotte Haden photographs actor Letita Wright for The Evening Standard Magazine
James Pearson-Howes directs the campaign film for Adidas London featuring the rapper Nines.
Charlotte Hadden shoots ‘April Fool’ for the debut issue of Marble Magazine, collaborating with creative director Paul Barry and stylist Sam Ranger.
Approached to work on a project with London Youth, photographer and director James Pearson-Howes came up with the idea of getting a brand involved and reached out to Champion.
This resulted in a collaboration between brand and charity, raising awareness of the need for safe spaces, opportunity and support for young people, marketed to young people.
The words used to describe people can impact their identity and behaviour. LABELS is a limited collection of T’s from Champion and London Youth inspired by the personal stories of young Londoners and the negative stereotypes they challenge and defy every day, with the support of good youth workers.
Arianna Lago photographs ‘Me Myself & I’ for the latest issue of The September Issues.
Charlotte Hadden photographs the next generation of streetwear labels for the cover story of Indie Magazine.