From photo stories about Brexit and fracking to a road trip across California, Studio 1854 collaborates with clients to create photo stories with purpose. Using a bespoke commissioning platform, our in-house team of creatives work with some of the world’s leading photographers on thought-provoking and narrative-led campaigns.
Photographers Clément Chapillon, Ricardo Nagaoka, Francesca Allen and Brant Slomovic spent 10 days travelling across California. The resulting bodies of work shed light on the lesser known sides of the state
Francesca Maffeo Gallery have announced that a new ‘Experimental Polaroid Photography’ workshop with Rhiannon Adam will take place on Saturday 30 March 2019.
In early-2018, Laura Pannack photographed 14 bi-national couples working in London’s creative industries for Separation – a Studio 1854 commission supported by Affinity Photo.
For Fractured Stories, a British Journal of Photography commission supported by Ecotricity, Rhiannon Adam spent four months immersed in the fracking debate.
Last Monday 15 October 2018, fracking began in the UK for the first time since 2011 at Caudrilla’s Preston New Road site, Lancashire. For the past two months, Rhiannon Adam has immersed herself in the local communities and landscapes surrounding the site.