For several years Sam Chivers worked for a design/illustration studio producing work in a wide variety of styles for many different clients. In his spare time he explored more creative self-directed projects, bringing together his love of drawing and geeking out on the computer. His projects quite often ended up as screen prints, a process Sam has grown to love because of the restraints it imposes. His work naturally veers towards that blurry border point between science and nature. Recently, he's become aware of how much he's influenced by the countryside in which he lives and his tendency to fictionalize it through drawing.
Stuart McClymont has photographed professionally for more than 18 years. He has a plethora of experience in shooting portraits and fashion imagery. His passion for lifestyle photography is perfectly complimented by his vast technical knowledge; his love for his work makes every shoot a pleasure. He has built an impressive commercial portfolio, shooting advertising campaigns for a broad spectrum of clients.
Illustrator Neil Stevens is graphic illustrator and image maker based in St Albans. His contemporary illustration style translates beautifully to a wide range of categories including music, sport, travel, technology, and finance.
UNA studio launched to unite creative thinkers and doers, clients, and audiences in a way that was missing from the agency landscape. Working with only the best creatives, they produce bold colorful work across a variety of outputs, with all final product full of expression, personality, and movement. The UNA folio has been described as hallucinogenic and refreshingly unique, and it never fails to impress with its imagination. The UNA folio is varied with particular interests in lifestyle, sport, and fashion.
Illustrator and designer, Harrison Edwards draws things he likes, and his work reflects his love of combining retro and modern styles. After studying at the University of Sanford in graphic design, he was determined put his passion and talent for illustration into practice. Harrison is now Manchester-based and works out of his studio there. The wit found in Harrison’s work adds a certain edge to any campaign, and he has been busy since graduating.
Brian Maranan Pineda
Brian is a Brooklyn-based photographer specializing in lifestyle, portrait, and travel. His authentic imagery has become a natural extension of himself, along with his love of travel and meeting new people. Each year he takes 3-5 weeks to travel to a new country for a sense of adventure and just to take pictures. His professional and personal work have taken him to Mongolia, China, Cambodia, Colombia, Sri Lanka, Laos, Hong Kong, Myanmar, Thailand, the Philippines, Japan, the Dominican Republic, Argentina, Mexico, Luxembourg, Belgium, Holland, France, and all over the U.S., and with more places to go.
FutureDeluxe is an experimental creative studio driven by research, technology, and the pursuit of new aesthetics and techniques. The work spans a wide range of industries from fashion to technology, music and entertainment, and for brands such as Adidas, Beats by Dre, Disney, Nike, Nvidia, and Sony.
From CG to moving image, interaction, design and film production, FutureDeluxe produces unique creative content for screens of all sizes.
Illustrator, paper engineer, and set designer, Lydia Shirreff creates unique and diverse paper sculptures for set design, props, advertising, and fashion commissions. Her work shows a youthful joy of craft and color, as well as a huge amount of precision and geometry. Paper modeling in both 2D and 3D, her work encompasses a love of vibrant color, pattern, and detail.
Simon Prades, born in 1985 into a German-Spanish family, lives in Saarbrücken, Germany with his wife and son. After finishing university with a diploma in graphic design, he has worked as a freelance illustrator for clients in editorial, publishing, sports, advertising, and film.
Simon works in analog techniques, such as ink, pencils, or watercolor, but also digitally. His work is often a combination of detailed and complex drawings and narrative ideas. Depending on the subject, his illustrations can also be rough, spontaneous, and moody. He also creates slightly animated versions of his illustrations, which can be used in digital publishing and media.