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Tif Hunter : Bermondsey Art Trail

Tif Hunter’s studio is a stop on the Bermondsey Art Trail this Saturday the 11th of July. Join the guided tour to see his studio and learn about still life photography and the tintype process. Click the link below for more details.

Bermondsey Art Trail – Saturday 11th July

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Tif Hunter for Project, The iPad Magazine

Tif Hunter, as well as shooting beautiful stills, also shoots beautiful films! He recently made a series of 6 underwater short moving image pieces for the new and very exciting iPad Magazine, called Project. The magazine is a multimedia zine, with articles, stories and interactive ads and films. You can download issue 6 now from the Apple store. Scroll through to see the diving watch series entitled ‘The Life Aquatic’ by Tif – here are some screen shots to keep you going! 

Tif Hunter for Standard Life Investments

Tif Hunter recently shot this great series of ad’s for Standard Life Investments with creative director of MuirHoward, Ray Howard. We even had our multi-talented Sehmi “I can do everything” Satwinder making the origami swan! Film to follow, watch this space! 

Tif Hunter for Esquire

On purchase of this month’s Esquire Magazine we can see our still life photographer Tif Hunter has just shot yet another flawless 4 page spread on ‘The Best of 2010’ making these gadgets look squeaky clean and absolutely irresistible. Here’s some of the photographs in full and in the ‘zine. Thoughts : ‘I want to get me one of those!’ 

And here they are along with more in the magazine … 

Tif Hunter for Nike (2005)

Shot in 2005 for Nike, with Art Direction from Lucy Collier at Wieden and Kennedy’s – Tif Hunters “Nike old shoe” ad still gets people talking. This is a perfect example of a long lasting advert and one of many adverts Tif has worked on with Nike. It seems even now, still so on trend given the vintage sneaker look being so cool. Tell me what you think …