Andrew Whitton

Andrew Whitton

Music PhotographerLondon, United Kingdom
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Andrew Whitton

Andrew Whitton

Music PhotographerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Andrew Whitton is one of the UK’s most prolific music photographers and an emerging eye within the commercial advertising world. Having developed his skills assisting the legendary Gered Mankowitz, Andy began shooting covers for NME in 2003 and is currently a regular contributor to Q magazine. Clients include EMI, Universal, Sony, Warner, Atlantic and XL for whom he has shot countless artists from La Roux to Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Take That to The Maccabees. Recent advertising clients include Oakley, MTV, Levi's and Ibiza Rocks as well as lookbooks for menswear retailer The Buttery Store and vintage boutique Merchant Archive.
Projects
  • House Four Magazine for Soho House & Co
    House Four Magazine for Soho House & CoAndrew Whitton shot the front (and back) cover of the latest issue of House Four Magazine for Soho House & Co. Shot in London, Andrew photographed studio portaits of five of the sous chefs that work at various Soho House-affiliated restaurants across the capital. Art Direction by Wild Billy and Crazy Dave
  • Asap Rocky
    Asap Rocky
  • Ibiza Rocks
    Ibiza Rocks
  • Vivobarefoot campaign
    Vivobarefoot campaignAndrew Whitton recently shot the advertising campaign for UK footwear brand Vivobarefoot in Iceland.
  • Sleaford Mods for Q Magazine
    Sleaford Mods for Q MagazineAndrew Whitton shot Nottingham duo Sleaford Mods for Q Magazine.
  • Personal Work: Still Hungry
    Personal Work: Still HungryAndrew Whitton spent some time with some local BMX riders on his trip to Iceland.
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Projects credited in
  • Adidas x TFL launch event
    Adidas x TFL launch eventFanatic was commissioned to photograph the Adidas x TFL launch party which was held at Charing Cross disused underground station. Adidas completely took over the station and created a pop up 'Underground News' shop to welcome the guests as they picked up their entry ticket. The 500 attending VIPs were then able to make their way down to the platform where they were gifted a pair of the exclusive TFL trainers and able to enjoy the unique environment of the hidden station. All Images © Fanatic
  • Adidas x Merky "Original SPRT" launch event‏‏‎
    Adidas x Merky "Original SPRT" launch event‏‏‎in December Adidas Originals launched a special new partnership with Stormzy. Branded as Adidas Originals SPRT, or Adidas x Merky, the new collection will see a series of ongoing collaborative projects, celebrating urban youth culture and creativity inspired by the artist’s London roots. Fanatic was commissioned by Broadwick to document the unique launch in London. For the launch day Stormzy surprised four London schools to partake in Q&A's and then invited the lucky students to an intimate eve
  • Lost Village
    Lost Villagean immersive festival experience in an abandoned woodland village... As you venture into the woods, you enter a land that time forgot; an ancient forest inhabited by all manner of unusual people. Nomadic tribes, clandestine cults and misplaced souls, all wonder its leafy corridors. Once inside you will co-exist with the native people of the Village, as reality flickers and a new world arises. A surreal dreamscape of unsolved mysteries. Fanatic have been the official photography since Lost Vill
  • Superdry Sounds
    Superdry SoundsSuperdry chose Fanatic to document Superdry Sounds, their new music movement showcasing emerging artists at a selection of some of the biggest music festivals. Fanatic photographers were with them at Field Day in London and Melt Festival in Germany, capturing not only the Superdry Sounds lives shows but also key influencer fashion images for the Superdry summer collection. All images © Fanatic
  • WeWork Summer Camp
    WeWork Summer Camp2018 was the seventh annual Summer Camp which saw 8,000 people from around the world come together as a community at Eridge Park, a wooden area 40 miles southeast of London, for a long weekend of music, food, outdoor activities, and opportunities to improve their skills or learn more about themselves. Most attendees were employees at WeWork, a number that has more than doubled over the past year to include more than 6,000 people. WeWork staffers consider Summer Camp a chance to bond with collea
  • Printworks
    PrintworksFanatic were commissioned to photograph the key marketing photography for the launch of Printworks, a groundbreaking multi-purpose event venue which has already changed the face of the capital’s cultural scene. It is comprised of six vast event spaces, all arranged over multiple levels with a maze of corridors and rooms. Original machinery and industrial features are retained throughout from its time as a fully operational printing press. All images © Fanatic
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Work history
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Skills
  • Advertising
  • Art Direction
  • Commercial Photography
  • Music Photography