Addie Chinn

Addie Chinn

PhotographerUnited Kingdom
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Addie Chinn

Addie Chinn

PhotographerUnited Kingdom
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Beverage + Still Life Photographer
  • Gleneagles Cocktail Bar Menu
    Gleneagles Cocktail Bar MenuImages conceived and shot for the new menu launch at the Gleneagles Hotel in Scotland. The drinks were created using leftover products from the hotel itself – from fruit waste to pastries. The shoot concept was to feature both the drink and its key re-used ingredient in each image, while thematically creating an Ikebana-esque sculpture that somehow called back to the Scottish landscape surrounding the hotel. Photography, retouch, concept by Addie Chinn Set Styling by Sophie Iona
  • Our Future Proof
    Our Future ProofA series of art prints, conceived to reflect aspects of the bar community that suffered during the Covid lockdowns. All proceeds went to the industry charity, The Drinks Trust. All images were conceived, shot and retouched by me, printed as a series of limited editions almost all of which sold out.
  • World Class 2018
    World Class 2018Diageo World Class cocktail competition winning drinks for BTL usage + global POS. Set inspired by the competition's Bahaus theme, utilising vintage speakers as architectural objects.
  • Everleaf Drink
    Everleaf DrinkCampaign imagery for the launch of a new globally- & ethically-sourced non-alcoholic drink.
  • London Cocktail Week 2017
    London Cocktail Week 2017
  • 'Drinks', a book by Tony Conigliaro
    'Drinks', a book by Tony Conigliaro
Projects credited in
  • A Taste of the Highlands
    A Taste of the HighlandsCocktails for Gleneagles with set and florals inspired by the majestic Scottish wilderness
  • London Cocktail Week 2014
    London Cocktail Week 2014Our fifth festival and our third year returning to Seven Dials – with an unbelievable 11 pop-up bars created within the seven streets. The Cocktail Tours also accelerated somewhat and this year we welcomed 250 bars to the list, each serving a £4 cocktail. While our Ketel One hub returned we also expanded to host a Tanqueray hub within HIX City in Devonshire Square and a Cointreau hub on the terrace of Conran’s Bluebird on the King’s Road. Shoreditch saw a further seven pop-up bars created exclu
  • London Cocktail Week 2015
    London Cocktail Week 2015Talk about upping the ante... London Cocktail Week truly smashed its sixth year in business and drove the festival to heights previously unthought of. 2015 was the year of change as the festival finally outgrew its previous home in Seven Dials, instead London Cocktail Week took to the streets of Soho and launched the World Class House on Poland Street, with queues out the door each night of the week.  Over in east London the festival took over the entire space of Old Spitalfields Market and lau
  • London Cocktail Week 2016
    London Cocktail Week 2016London Cocktail Week 2016 was truly amazing, with more Londoners joining in than ever before.  In fact we had just shy of 25,000 people and over 45,000 visits to the Cocktail Village (which means some of you liked it so much you came back to try it again)! With 130 events, 40 village pop-ups and our entire World Class House in Piccadilly this was our biggest LCW yet. It turns out London isn't known as the capital of cocktail culture for nothing. So whether you partied in Piccadilly, sipped cock
  • London Cocktail Week 2017
    London Cocktail Week 2017Another year and more growth! This time - we went big and finally made the switch from wristbands to our brand new, sparkly new app. No more misplacing the book, no more inaccurate maps - we made it into the modern age! The Cocktail Village returned for the final time to Old Spitalfeilds Market and welcomed tens of thousands of cocktail lovers into the iconic covered market. We also launched our very own newspaper - The Cocktail Times - which was given out to thirsty Londoner's on their morning
  • London Cocktail Week 2018
    London Cocktail Week 20182018 welcomed a new venue for The Cocktail Village as we crossed over Commercial Street and took up residence at The Old Truman Brewery. Spreading out across three distinct spaces within the estate, we took over the Back Yard Market, The Boiler House and Brick Lane Yard and packed them full of cement mixers, jungles, motorcycles, living walls, boats, bikes and much much more. With 25,000 guests joining us across the week - this was our most international attendance to date - seems everyone wante
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Work history
    PhotographerAddie Chinn
    Still Life + Beverage Photography
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     - Freelance
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  • Advertising
  • Commercial Photography
  • Travel Photography
  • Food Photography
  • Portrait Photography
  • Product Photography
  • Still Life Photography
  • Brand Communications
  • Drink Photography
    MASOAS, University of London
    MA Social Anthropology