Simon is a London based, award-winning advertising photographer & director whose work takes him all over the world, photographing some of the most iconic brands. He is also an established commercials director and started his career with a short film called ‘El Apprentice’ which was shot in Chile and was shown at the LA Short Film Festival. He has directed commercials for Bentley, the Discovery Channel, Mercedes, Toyota, Volvo, Wild Aid, Norfolk Southern Railway, ITV, the ‘Bleed for England’ spot for the Rugby World Cup and most recently Toby Carvery and Travelodge.
He has combined NASA inspired technology with traditional photography to create Gigapixel images. He has recently created some of the worlds largest portraits for a medical brand which allows the viewer to see the model’s skin in incredible detail not seen before. He has also shot two of the world’s largest automotive images, a 57 Billion Pixel image of the Dubai marina featuring a W12 Flying Spur and previously an incredible 53 billion pixel shot of a Mulsanne in San Francisco on the Golden Gate Bridge for Bentley.
Simon has an array of awards including – AOP Awards Winner Best Advertising commissioned Advertising 2015, Lürzers Archive 200 Best Advertising Photographers 2018/2019, D&AD, Art Directors Club of New York, IPA Awards Communication Arts, One Eyeland Award
Commercial Clients include Rolls-Royce, Alfa Romeo, Audi, American Airlines, Bentley, BMW, BP, British Airways, Castrol, Deutsche Telekom, Discovery Channel, Disney, Dodge, Emirates Airlines, Fairy, Ford, HSBC, Hummer, Hyundai, ITV, Jaguar, Jeep, London Transport, Lucozade, Lufthansa, Mercedes, Microsoft, Milka, Nestlé, O2, Plusnet, P&O Cruises, Porsche, RBS, Range Rover, Renault, Toyota, Vauxhall, Volkswagen & Vodafone.