Alex de Mora X Raheem Sterling

'My cover shoot with Raheem Sterling for Mundial Magazine was great fun because it was just a quick and organic shoot. The magazine's main interest was to see Raheem's personality in the images, and to show that he's just a talented young footballer who's excited about the World Cup (rather than all the negative stories that the right wing press in the UK seem intent on publishing about him). I pitched the idea to shoot entirely on film and to keep things quite raw, rather than the usual glossy overly retouched pictures you get of footballers. 

Raheem himself was in great form and it was a beautiful sunny day up in Manchester. He had just won the Premier League and was full of banter and dance moves. It's safe to say that he's genuinely buzzing to play in the World Cup and meeting him made me want to support England more!' - Alex

Whoop 3.0

Emily Maye shoots new campaign for Whoop 3.0

Blackpink

Lauren Maccabee documents the ‘Blinks’ in Manchester for The Face Magazine

Celine X Vogue Italia

Clementine Schneidermann shoots Celine story on the Isle of Sheppey for the August Issue of Vogue Italia. Styled by Jane How

Game Day Style

Steven Counts shoots 'Game Day Style' as part of the latest Nike Style Guide in LA

ES Magazine

Martin Parr shoots the cover story for ES Magazine

Celebrate Your Heroes

Steven Counts photographs 'Celebrate Your Heroes' as part of the latest Nike Style Guide in LA

Daily Harvest

Jenna Gang shoots new campaign for Daily Harvest

Vogue Italia X Gucci

Clémentine Schneidermann collaborates with Charlotte James and shoots Kindred, Vogue Italia’s take on the Gucci Spring Summer 2019 collection by Alessandro Michele with different groups from Wales.

Nike SU19

Alex de Mora shoots new SU19 campaign for Nike

UAA X Polaroid

Steven Counts photographs some of his favourite players on the UAA circuit with the Polaroid OneStep Plus. 

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