photo producers

The Christmas issue of Radio Times is out today, which features a photo shoot I produced for the new Doctor Who Christmas special The Return of Doctor Mysterio, starring Peter Capaldi and Matt Lucas.

Photography by Richard Grassie, with art direction, retouching (and even a little bit of drawing) by me.

When Mavis and the group replace Chisa, and the happy happy  group photo to produce the same shipping conflict I still have with these characters 

Lol I didn’t exactly nail their poses 


George Harrison (with Ringo Starr and Mal Evans) during the Let It Be sessions, January 1969. Photos presumably by Ethan Russell.

“[O]n her [Doris Troy’s] wall were photos of people she admired and who most inspired her. Martin Luther King was among them. Another was Billy Preston, who slept on the floor until he found a roof of his own. Another was George Harrison.” - Apple Records website [x]

“[George] was into his spiritual life - that was who he was, he wasn’t a partying person. He always appeared to be really cool and really calm, he never cursed nobody. He was just a good guy - the child was serious.” - Doris Troy, While My Guitar Gently Weeps: The Music of George Harrison

“George was beautiful, his soul was beautiful, and his mind was beautiful. His attitude was beautiful, he was just a beautiful guy, he was one of a kind. There’s not many people like George, I’m telling you, and I’ve met a lot of people over the years. The man was one of a kind.” - Doris Troy, While My Guitar Gently Weeps: The Music of George Harrison

Animated Feature Seems to Be In the Works for Hutcherson

(Josh Hutcherson with producer Lucas Lynette-Krech in an undated photo.)

The producer of an upcoming animated holiday film is dropping hints about Josh Hutcherson’s involvement in a new project. On Instagram Thursday, Lucas Lynette-Krech of Canadian studio Awesometown Entertainment posted a photograph with Hutcherson, adding, “What an awesome experience and an amazing voice performance. It’s hard not to love my job.”

Awesometown’s newest project, The Littlest Reindeer, was introduced to buyers at last month’s American Film Market. Samantha Bee and Martin Short star, and comic John Cleese is reportedly attached to the project as well. No word yet on whether Hutcherson is involved with this film, or one of the two other features Awesometown has in development with Double Dutch International.

Hutcherson’s last foray into animation was 2013’s Epic. With an all-star cast that included Colin Farrell, Amanda Seyfried, and Beyoncé, the film made $268.4 million USD worldwide.