Brown in Town visual content production
Dubbed "official photographer" for this tailor, shirt-maker and cigar-smoker. Website and social media content, plus some press - mostly run and gun sartorialist style shots.
A truly great collaboration, fueled by the best coffee, delicious cakes and fabulous lunches. One bonus is that I'm now the proud owner of a Porter & Harding, 12oz Thornproof jacket that David designed specifically for the photographer (fit, cloth, pockets).
A taster of the work can be found below. For a more complete set, please visit my blog.
What our client said
"I have always found being in front of the camera something of a bitter pill to swallow. I do love a photoshoot; but I am not naturally photogenic and detest seeing myself in photos - unless of course they do not resemble me!
So, it came as something of a shock to learn that our new tailoring business, Brown in Town, was in fact brand me, moreover, that I would have to get used to seeing myself in pictures, not only on our website but on social media too.
I was introduced to Remco's services by a friend only a matter of weeks before we launched in January 2014. We required an entire websites worth of images, not to mention content, to get her off the ground - no mean feet given that we had but the week before Christmas to shoot and produce the images required, moreover, get them onto the site.
The majority of the images we wanted were to be shot on location in Bristol and in multiple locations. With but one day of clement weather, Remco revealed his passion for shooting outdoors.
Remco was and still is a joy to work with - he has since become Brown in Town's official photographer. He is unnervingly calm and laid back, not to mention focused. This focus produces superb images, which have for several years portrayed the essence of our brand.
And if Brown in Town is brand me, then it is Remco's skill and keen eye that have captured my alter ego as tailor and the aesthetic of Brown in Town."
David Minns, owner, Brown in Town