On set with the BBC...
We were recently tasked with transforming the fabulous 'Concrete House' into a 1960s pad for a new BBC documentary on the history of British photography.
The Grade II listed house, designed in 1934/35 by Connell and Ward for one of the leading figures of the Wills tobacco company was a stunning backdrop for the documentary.
It was really fun sourcing and selecting pieces from the shop to help provide the retro aesthetic for this section on the rise of colour photography. Working with the very talented director/producer Chloe Penman and team was equally as fun and was a great insight to the inner workings of the business.
You can catch the three part series 'Britain in Focus: A Photographic History' in spring 2017 on BBC4, in the meantime take a look at the clip above, © BBC.