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Punchdrunk Theatre Company has pioneered a game changing form of theatre in which roaming audiences experience epic storytelling inside sensory theatrical worlds. Blending classic texts, physical performance, award-winning design installation and unexpected sites, the company’s infectious format rejects the passive obedience usually expected of audiences. Having seen ‘The Drowned Man’ Julian approached the company to collaborate on a photographic project of the show which resulted in the publication of a 135 page coffee table book published in June 2015.
Nike’s extreme cutting edge creativity and use of technology generates some of the most demanding and contrasting lighting environments – calling on both his photographic and re-touching skills. In spite of the challenges, Julian has deftly been able to mirror the brand’s graphic composition on projects including a football training ground in Soweto and the European Championships in Poland as well as the 2012 Olympic Games, with installations in Harrods, Liberty and Selfridges.
Candy & Candy
Julian’s work has played an integral part in the brand development of one of the world’s leading property design brands. His capacity to recognise the delineation between the aims of design and marketing for luxury homes, yachts and jets, has enhanced the perception of Candy & Candy’s work internationally. Julian was also commissioned to produce their Decade of Design book.
For his first work outside of pure photography, Julian collaborated with the multi-disciplinary, Hackney-based design studio Haberdashery, to create both light sculptures as well as photographs which focus on the behavioural properties of light. Both Julian and Haberdashery are inspired by artists including Bridget Riley, Yayoi Kusama, Chris Levine and the Bauhaus and these influences are present in the subtle modernist aesthetic which underpins their collective work.
Award-winning UK designer and former Head of Design at Habitat, Bethan Gray has since designed products for Wallpaper*, Conran, John Lewis and marble specialists Lapicida. From an early stage in the Bethan Gray brand development, Julian has been integral in developing a photographic style that mimics the brand’s qualities of warm, contemporary, timeless elegance.
Independent and London-based, international retail and leisure design consultancy, Household Design focuses on creating powerful customer journey experiences and Julian has been a fundamental part of the equation for many years. His work for clients ranging from Christian Louboutin and Julien Macdonald to Virgin & M&S, exemplifies his adaptability across luxury, interiors, product and retail.