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Oak Farm Studio Hire:

How time flies, seems like only yesterday the studio had its grand opening, yet here we are and several years have passed by. Alot has happened in this short time and we realised records havent been kept of those events. 

Well, there's no time like the present, hope you enjoy:

The Times comes to the Studio:

Had a phone call from a friend today from Marc Aspland the sports photographer form "The Times" asking if he could hire the studio for a shot in his "My Sporting Body" series. A few days later Hugo and Ross Turner (The Turner Twins) turn up with all their Kit, followed a short while later by Marc and his camera. Had a fun few hours helping Marc set up the shot with the twins.

The "Times" come to the studio again:

Well a few months past and a text came through, "Hi it Marc, I've got another "My Sporting Body I need to shoot in the studio. This time it was "Jia Geyer" of the British Winter Olympic Team. Another fun day helping Marc set up the lighting, this time I was a little more hands on!!!


Luka's Barbers

Luka Chitty came along to the Studio with his team of Barbers for hair style headshots for display in the Exeter shop. In house photographer Pooch Purtill had a busy but fun day with Luka and the  Exeter staff.

Model "Chantz" Styled by Luka. 

below: behind the scenes shots and finished image of model "Jordon" Styled by Connor Palmer.

Chhaya Collective:

Local contemporary  dance company "Chhaya Collective" came to the studio for a promotional shoot, in house photographer David Snowden, worked throughout the day with 8 dancers  with direction from  Chhaya's Choreographer to achieve the shots they requried for their portfolio. 

Shoes Galore:

Exeter Based Chatham Shoes  hired the studio to shoot their winter range. With the shooting area being so large The Photographer Rob Passmore was able to set up 2 different lighting scenarios to save time between shots.

Chatham Shoes

Chatham Shoes

Chatham Shoes

Theatre Shoot:

In House photographer Pooch Purtill was asked by Roger Farrell to produce images for a theatre production, he went for a John and Yoko style bed shot with a twist. 

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