The brief from Breitling was to create a "vintage" photograph of their Spitfire from the cockpit of another Breitling vintage fighter, the P51 Mustang.
The brief from Marconi was to create the illusion of their satellite hovering above the earth using a scale model photographed in the studio.
The brief from Moosehead Beer was to create a photograph of a moose drinking. A real moosehead was used in the studio with a sky backdrop reflected in a pool of water. A device close to the mouth was vibrated to create the ripples with no re-touching.
The brief from Breitling was to create an image of the pilot inspecting his P51 Mustang at dawn.
The brief from Samsung was to create a photograph of the London Eye illuminated by the beam of a spotlight. Two photographs were shot from a helicopter in exactly the same position, one in the day and the other at night. These two images were combined to give the illusion of a spotlight and the final image was used to advertise a new camera with low light capabilities.
The brief from Johnnie Walker Whisky was to photograph a whisky glass with etched writing for billboard advertising. Subliminally there is a hang glider in the photograph.....
The brief from The Shopping Service was to produce an image with all of their available whiskys.
The brief from British Athletics was to create a striking image of a discus thrower.
The brief from British Gymnastics was to create an image of an Olympic athlete on the rings showing the blurred trails of his moving body.
The brief from Caladonian was to create an atmospheric image of their flight simulator.
The brief from the Kalgoorlie Consolidated Gold Mines was to create a series of images showing the vastness and depth of the Superpit in Kalgoorlie.
The brief was to create an image of the Scarlet Pimpernel descending a grand staircase.
The brief from The Halifax Building Society was to create an image of a young girl in a colonial house in Africa. An Indian restaurant in London was used.
The brief from Samsung was to photograph the City of London from a helicopter at night.
The brief from RFA was to create a striking image of a contorting woman.
The brief from Menzies was to find an isolated Scottish ferry and photograph the Menzies delivery van boarding at dawn in time to deliver the morning papers.
The brief from Nina Ricci was to create an atmospheric photograph of their Phileas bottle.
The brief from McKinsey was to take a portrait of the managing director of Asda.
Brief from Bridgestone was to create two portraits of bikers.
The brief from Triumph was to photograph a vintage motor cycle and crop the image so only the MPH could be seen.