Photographer James Day worked with picture editor Steve Peck and the creative director Andrew Diprose on this lovely shoot for Wired UK.
Photographer James Day shot these groovy ads for Bloomingdales with the team from Lowe Mena. Stay tuned for more fashion work from James this month!
Photographer James Day worked with the team at Innocean to create these ads for Hyundai, shot in London at Day’s studio.
James Day photographed industrial designer Marc Newson at his studio in London for the New York Times Magazine. Marc works in aircraft design, product design, furniture design, jewellery, and clothing. He incorporates a design style known as Biomorphism to his designs, a style that uses smooth flowing lines, translucency, transparency and tends to have an ...
This personal project shot by James Day was posted on Feature Shoot recently. A little colorful inspiration for the day and another reason to be in love with James Day’s work.
Photographer and still life specialist James Day worked with Ed Tilbrook and Richard Ince at Leo Burnett in London to create these rather cool ads for McDonald’s. You can see more work by James Day on the Levine/Leavitt site.
Photographer James Day worked with CD Ian Shepherd at Digitas Amsterdam to create these ads for the Asus Zenbook, all shot in James’s studio in London. You can see more work by James Day on the Levine/Leavitt site.
Another addition to art director/designer Adam Larson’s ever-growing collection of gig posters, and this time a collaboration with photographer James Day. The image of the skull is part of a collection of personal work shot by James in London. My Morning Jacket will be performing here in NYC at Madison Square Garden on December 14th, ...
These images of money were shot by photographer and still life specialist James Day, personal work created in his studio in London. Stay tuned for several more posts of new work by Mr. Day. .
Another set of beautiful still life images from photographer James Day, all shot in his studio in London. You can see more work by James Day on the Levine/Leavitt site.
Another addition to the ever-growing collection of Harvey Nichols ads shot by James Day: The Reaction Collection for the Autumn/Winter 2011 campaign. You can see the entire body of James’ work for Harvey Nichols on his personal site. You can see more work by James Day on the Levine/Leavitt site.
Photographer James Day never seems to stop shooting, consistently producing new personal work in between his commercial shoots. For this fantastic new series, we asked James for a few words about the project: “The initial idea was that we would have a series of images of elderly people putting their pets to bed at night. ...
James Day won another round of awards for his ads for Harvey Nichols – with recognition from Communication Arts Advertising Annual. Congratulations once again James! You can see more work by James Day on the Levine/Leavitt site.
James Day won in both the “Commissioned Editorial Series” and “Commissioned Editorial Single” categories at the 2011 AOP Awards. You can see more work by James Day on the Levine/Leavitt site.
Photographer James Day shot this collection of watches for the Vanity Fair UK September issue. The book pages which the watches were set into were cut by a very talented British artist called Robert Battams. You can see more work by James Day on the Levine/Leavitt site.
The September issue of Wired features an article about a small british company called Accuracy International. AI have only 50 employees but make the most advanced sniper rifles in the world. They actually supply the US Navy Seals with their sniper Rifles. Having started life in one of the founders garages in 1978 they now ...
The Lucies honored James Day with two 2nd place awards. Advertising: Product – Professional for his series for Colgate 360 Editorial: Other – Professional for a still life editorial for GQ. You can see more work from James at the Levine/Leavitt site.
James Day captured this curious set of images whilst on a trip to Asia. Another addition to his ever-growing cache of personal work. You can see more work by James Day on the Levine/Leavitt site.