Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Swatch MTV Playground


Some more exclusive videos from Swatch MTV Playground. A couple of posts below Alex Noble talked about the relationship between music and fashion. This time, stylist Fred Butler talks about how she interacts with music through her work.

If you want to know more about Swatch MTV Playground and watch loads of videos you just need to click any time on the brand new badge that I just included on my blog on the top left.

Monday, 25 July 2011



As I don't have any new photos I thought you might enjoy these Music Monday songs by Urban Outfitters. Going back to Liverpool on Thursday.
Keeping my fingers crossed for something that I might be able to talk about soon.

Tuesday, 19 July 2011

Vice: Young punks in the canal.


I shot these last Thursday when I went to Manchester to see Bright Eyes and Jenny Lewis. Met Rona & Aaron before the gig and they took me to the canal area, the location was incredible.

The photos are now published in Vice and Vice Style.
There are some other photos from the shoot in my Cargo Collective.

By the way, I'm back in Spain only for a few days, going to Gijón on Thursday :)

Sunday, 17 July 2011

Swatch MTV Playground

And again, another exclusive video from Swatch MTV Playground. This time fashion designer Alex Noble talks about the relationship between music and fashion and how they need each other. So which one do you think influeces the other more?

Swatch MTV Playground has also launched a new section called Scene@. If focuses on how music can influence the style of people and on the current feature the Drum & Bass scene in Birmingham is shown, if you wanna take a look you can do it here.


Sunday, 10 July 2011

Scottish weekend


First photos with the Olympus Trip 35. Glasgow-Edinburgh June 2011

Wednesday, 6 July 2011

Girls on Film 04


New issue of Girls on Film, the longest issue to date! Thanks so much to everyone that collaborated and those of you who send your work but finally didn't make it into the final selection. I hope you enjoy the changes in the design, as always any comments or suggestions are welcome.

Next issue is Boys on Film again, so if you want to contribute send your boys portraits taken with film cameras to girlsonfilmzine@gmail.com along with your name+names of the guys in the photos+your website.



Tuesday, 5 July 2011

Thumbsucker photobook





Yesterday I felt really lucky. I went to see Death Cab For Cutie in Manchester (nice show, saw them live finally but don't think I would pay for seeing them again) and just when I walked out of the train station saw this shop and this book in the window. Just ran inside and bought it, had been looking for it for so long.

Thumbsucker is probably my favourite movie, I remember watching it in Gijón Film Festival and feeling so close to it, from the music (R.I.P. Elliott Smith) to the photography.
Mike Mills is its director and does other pretty cool thing as these, and has a new movie just coming out in UK in 2 weeks (I think), Beginners.

The photobook feels so coherent with the movie, the selection of photographers fits perfectly the aesthetics of it. Some of my favourites as Ryan Mcginley or Ed Templeton are in it along with Mark Borthwick, Todd Cole and Takashi Homma.