James Pearson-Howes directs the campaign film for Adidas London featuring the rapper Nines.
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.
James Pearson Howes shoots the new Adidas London campaign featuring Chelsea footballer Ruben Loftus-Cheek, poet Slumflower and musician Steel Banglez. The campaign is currently on billboards and poster sites across the capital.
James Pearson-Howes photographs DJ, Producer and LGBT activist Larry B for Office Magazine
James Pearson-Howes travels to Athens to photograph ENDYMA, a fashion archive that contains the worlds largest collection of Helmut Lang, Raf Simons and Rick Owens.
Photographer and director James Pearson-Howes
James Pearson-Howes photographs for Mr Porter's house brand Mr P. With the tag #MrPmyway James shot some of Mr P's loyal customer base in their native Bristol.
James Pearson-Howes shoots Gorgon City for the launch of Desperado's new party packs, just in time for the festival season.
James Pearson-Howes teams with Highsnobiety to launch the new collaboration between Weekday and classic sportswear label Fila. Shooting the 'Strength In Unity' collection in both film and stills.