In the summer I had the pleasure of working closely with Tony De Ste Croix at the creative agency Heavenly, in the beautiful setting of Carlyon Bay in Cornwall. The brief, to deliver sophiscated and understated lifestyle photography for a new housing development on a brownfield site at Carlyon Beach.
It was a crazy and intense few days, but the energy and the spirit of all involved made it one of the creative highlights of the year. Tony and the whole team were amazing to work with and with such a great brief the final images evoke an elegant soft and understated mood which is really refreshing for lifestyle photography in the property development sector.
Thanks to all involved and all the extra hours—a special thanks to:
Tony De Ste Crois—Art Director
Marcus Barrett Greene—Senior Account Director
Gizelle Noronha—Business Executive
Mark Adcock—Director of Photography
Tim Goddard—Photography Assistant
Olivier Barjolle—Photography Assistant
Trudie Le Marie—Stylist
Sophie Mateos—Stylist Assistant
Charlotte Gaskell—Hair & Makeup
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