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Jim Fenwick: Fight or Fish

At Locate we have the privilege of working with some of the world’s most interesting and experienced creative professionals. We want to shine a spotlight on some of the brilliant people we partner with on shoots and campaigns. Jim Fenwick … Continue reading

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Photographers’ Dining Club 014

On 1st February 2018 Locate helped organise the fourteenth Photographers’ Dining Club, held at Autumn Yard in east London. The evening includes great food and drink as well as talks from established and emerging photographers, art buyers, and creative directors … Continue reading

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Thinking of becoming a shoot location owner?

Have you ever found yourself wondering about the houses you see on screen, or in your favourite magazine? ‘Where do they find them?’ ‘Is it just a set, or an actual home?’ At Locate, we use real houses owned by … Continue reading

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Sharing ‘the nation’s joint problem’ with Arthritis Research UK

Did you know, Arthritis impacts over 10 million adults in the UK? Not just people that are personally suffering, either. Arthritis puts a strain on friends and family, as well as colleagues and employers. Earlier this year, we collaborated with … Continue reading

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Saving Lives with the RNLI

We supplied the shoot management for this RNLI ‘Keep In Touch’ campaign having been commissioned by Art Buyers and Agency, Proximity London. The image has been used online on the RNLI website with the important and timeless message that ‘your support will save lives’. … Continue reading

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Capturing the Skill of Parkour with Shamil Tanna

We recently went underground and over rooftops with Photographer Shamil Tanna on this energetic shoot of some Parkour personalities. Shamil is an ascending star in his own right and is sought after for his portrait and campaign work, having captured many well known faces in … Continue reading

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Revealing the All-new Audi R8

We provided the location for this Audi R8 shoot by photographer Benedict Redgrove which has just been released. Working with Visual Artists the location was sourced from the Industrial category of our location library. The images have been used on the Audi website and across marketing … Continue reading

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At home with Natwest

We production managed this shoot for Photographer Paul O’Connor for Natwest’s latest Nat Yes mortgages campaign. Paul, represented by Swerve Represents, shot the ‘Be our next yes’ series at a house selected from the diverse residential category of our location library. These images can be seen across … Continue reading

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Shooting Serge Blanco AW15/16

Earlier in the year we had a great time out and about visiting a variety of London’s finest‬ ‪landmarks‬ on a shoot for clothing company Serge Blanco. The former rugby union player now owns 3 hotels and created his sportswear label. Using the #weareblanco, Serge Blanco describes … Continue reading

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Trackside with oki-ni

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We recently supplied the location for this fashion shoot for Photographer Lou Rolley. The campaign was for men’s designer label oki-ni for their sporty themed AW15 Lookbook. The athletic feel they were looking for was easy to find in our Location Library and the job was … Continue reading

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