Category: Creative takeover

7 questions for… David Ellis

  You might not realise it, but you already know David’s work. He’s one of Britain’s foremost photographers and is responsible for some of the most memorable advertising campaigns, magazine covers and celebrity portraits of the past 20 years, having worked with everyone from Amy Winehouse to Stanley Tucci to Justin Timberlake. Tell us about… Read more »

7 Questions for …. Ana Jaks

  Bristol-based Ana Jaks is an award winning illustrator and mural artist with a love for shape, colour, pattern and inclusivity. Her vibrant, eye-catching style has seen her collaborate with everybody from Facebook and Nike to John Lewis and HiPP. We grabbed some time with her to chat about her creative process and her plans… Read more »

7 questions for… Sam Pierpoint

  One of Britain’s most in-demand paper sculptors and image makers, Sam’s eye-catching work has been featured in marketing, advertising and awareness campaigns for clients as diverse as Lush, Chilly’s Bottles, Soho House, Transport For London,… the list goes on. We did say she was in demand! What’s been your most challenging project to… Read more »

7 questions for… Kate Savill

An RHS Gold Medal-winner, Kate is one of Britain’s hottest properties in garden design, having created two Chelsea gardens and worked on a host of high-profile projects. Here, she tells us about her creative influences and gives us the inside story on co-creating the Jo Whiley Scent Garden for BBC Radio 2. Hi Kate, you’ve… Read more »

7 minutes with… Neil James Brain

One of Britain’s hottest photographic talents, Neil has amassed a huge following on social media thanks to his sharp eye for urban landscapes and jaw-dropping wildlife shots. We spoke to the acclaimed photographer about his career to date and his plans for the future… Tell us how you got into photography… I started landscape photography… Read more »

7 minutes with… Jody

  Jody Thomas is one of Britain’s leading street artists and began painting in the late 80s at the now infamous Barton Hill Youth Club in Bristol. We grabbed some time with him before he began work on his latest piece for the 2018 Upfest festival to chat about his creative influences and the techniques… Read more »