• 9.23.13

    Clements Ribeiro's Fall/Winter 2013 Campaign by Uli Weber

    Clements Ribeiro tapped Uli Weber to shoot the London-based brand's fall/winter campaign.

    "This is the second season I've worked with Suzanne [Clements] and Inacio [Ribeiro], and we became good friends as well, so we have a strong working relationship," said Weber. "We bounce ideas backwards and forwards." For the spring 2013 ads, Weber photographed a pair of models in a studio; this time, "It was a mutual decision to take it outside, on-location, rather than against a seamless background ... after a long search, we found the perfect place to reflect the collection," he noted.  

    The backdrop was a private, turn-of-the century house in the British capital that contains "the most beautiful wallpaper," according to Weber, "so we concentrated very much on surfaces instead of actual themes. We felt the collection was so intricate that we'd do a still shoot – there's not much movement in it – in front of a wonderful surface or stained glass window. It didn't need much else ... the designers like something straightforward so viewers can concentrate on the actual garments."

    Though, as Weber reiterated, the photos also "show how beautiful wallpaper can be."

    See the print campaign and the accompanying video.

  • 2.25.13

    Uli Weber Shoots Clements Ribeiro's New Campaign

    Uli Weber teamed up with a longtime collaborator, fashion house Clements Ribeiro, to launch its first web campaign to reinvigorate its e-commerce site. The campaign went live last week on the first day of London Fashion Week. The images depict two models as twins and takes stylistic cues from Wes Anderson's "Moonrise Kingdom." The film's heroine's 60's school girl chic style was the inspiration for the spring collection.

    "We are very serious about our Web site and shop because the Web is still virgin territory, to a degree, and we are a small, independent company, so this is a way for us to connect with our customers without intermediaries," said Inacio Ribeiro to WWD. "We are excited about being on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram - my favorite - about being truly independent and being in touch with our customers."

    Client: Clements Ribeiro
    Photographer: Uli Weber
    Hair and Make-up: Nicky Tavilla
    Styling: Clements Ribeiro
    Art: Giovanni Bianco

  • 1.31.12

    Uli Weber in Vogue and at The Saatchi Gallery

    Uli Weber captures the women of Downton Abbey for Vogue Magazine. The hit PBS show follows the lives of the aristocratic Crawley family and their servants at the fictional Downton Abbey estate. Weber shot Jessica Findlay-Brown, Laura Carmichael, and Michelle Dockery, who portray the Crawley daughters, in a crumbling Georgian mansion in London's West End. The Vogue article highlights the actresses' natural beauties and the makeup that captures their Edwardian characters. Weber calls them "a wonderful bunch of ladies" and adds, "It was a very enjoyable shoot."

    Weber's photographs will also appear in The Sunday Times Magazine exhibition at The Saatchi Gallery in London. The show celebrates the world-famous photographers who have contributed to the magazine since its launch fifty years ago. Weber has three photographs in the show, one of Kylie Minogue, one of Stephen Fry, and one of Boy George. His images will be featured alongside those of David Bailey, Eve Arnold, Sam Taylor-Wood, Snowdon, and Richard Avedon. Weber says he is "very honored to have contributed some images to such a memorable and important magazine."

    Read the full Vogue article here.

    The Sunday Times Magazine show opens tonight in London and will run into February 19th. Find out more on the gallery's website.

    See more of Uli Weber's photography here.

  • 11.29.11

    Uli Weber Photographs David Gandy for Marks & Spencer

    Uli Weber captures the Italian spirit of Marks & Spencer's Collezione for the Autumn/Winter 2011 campaign. Male supermodel David Gandy is the new face of the campaign. The line features elegant suiting, sprezzatura-worthy separates, and fine leather bags.

    Weber photographed Gandy on location in Italy. Gandy modeled the sleek and stylish clothing on the streets of Rome and Lecce. Between takes Weber and Gandy discussed the model's other interests, including his column on cars for GQ. Weber found him, "very nice, a lovely man," and incredibly great to work with.

    The campaign is out now in the UK.

    See more of Uli Weber's photography here.

  • 9.27.11

    Uli Weber Photographs Zara Phillips for Tatler

    Uli Weber photographs Zara Phillips for the cover and an inside spread of the October issue of Tatler. The world-class equestrian sat down with the magazine to discuss growing up in the Royal Family, her new line of kid's riding clothes, and her Olympic hopes.

    Weber also photographed well-known British riders and their horses for another story in the issue. Lady Amanda Harlech, Otis Ferry, Martha Sitwell, Tamara Westey, and William Fox-Pitt were among those captured for the "My Favourite Horse" spread. While a few of those featured are professional riders, hunters, or polo players, several are just avid equestrians in their spare time.

    The October issue of Tatler is on newsstands now.

    See more of Uli Weber's photography here.

    Publication: Tatler
    Issue: October 2011
    Stories: "First Class Filly" and "My Favourite Horse"
    Photographer: Uli Weber

  • 6.27.11

    Uli Weber Captures Pete Townshend for Intelligent Life

    Uli Weber photographs iconic rocker Pete Townshend of The Who for Intelligent Life. The magazine is a quarterly publication on life, culture, and style from The Economist. Townshend is profiled inside on his long career in rock-and-roll, his literary career, and his relationship with collaborator and Who lead singer Roger Daltry.
    Weber captured Townshend at his home The Wick in Richmond, England. The late English actor Sir John Mills and another rock legend, Ronnie Woods of The Rolling Stones, previously owned the house. Weber spent about 4 hours with Townshend, photographing him in different spaces in the house. The photoshoot was the first that Townshend had granted in three years.

    See more of Uli Weber's photography here.

    Publication: Intelligent Life
    Issue: Summer 2011
    Story: "Won't Get Fooled Again"
    Photographer: Uli Weber

  • 11.22.10

    Uli Weber Channels Cary Grant for Angelo Nardelli Menswear

    The Spring/Summer 2011 collection of Angelo Nardelli menswear draws its heritage of fine Italian tailoring from Puglia. Uli Weber photographs the latest looks, capturing the spirit of a sophisticated man who enjoys the outdoors. The catalog draws inspiration from To Catch a Thief, channeling the presence of Cary Grant and Grace Kelly.

    Client: Nardelli
    Season: Spring/Summer 2011
    Model: Sergio Pankov at Fashion
    Photographer: Uli Weber

  • 4.12.10

    Uli Weber's La Cage aux Folles Campaign

    Theater-goers are eagerly anticipating the revival of La Cage Aux Folles on Broadway this spring, starring Emmy Award-winner Kelsey Grammer and Olivier Award-winner Douglas Hodge. The Spotco advertising agency is responsible for the playful neon pink-tinged campaign, shot by Uli Weber. The poster is accompanied by a video that is currently being broadcasted and shown online, also directed by Weber.

    The campaign went through many iterations, some were deemed too cold, too aggressive, or not loud enough for Broadway and the flashy marquees of Times Square. Finally, Spotco found its winner with the silhouettes of men against the neon-hued letters of "La Cage."

    Says Drew Hodges, the founder of Spotco advertising agency, "This is a campaign that you could put on a billboard in times square and see from 10 blocks away; and it still gets so much personality out of it and I know that I can make many, many iterations of this campaign for years to come. It's got enough personality but enough flexibility that I can make anything up from a matchbook to a billboard and all still have it be within the same brand personality of La Cage."

    "La Cage" is directed by Terry Johnson and playing at the Longacre Theatre. Previews have already begun since April 6th, 2010; the show opens April 18th, 2010. If you are a fan of the original show, be sure to fall in love with the show again.

    Ad Evolution: 'La Cage aux Folles", New York Times
    Uli Weber's portfolio

  • 2.25.10

    Uli Weber and Derek Lawler Pair Up for Dazed and Confused

    Uli Weber worked with emerging talent Derek Lawlor for a feature in Dazed & Confused. A graduate of Central Saint Martins, Lawlor recently showed his A/W 2010 collection during London Fashion Week. Lawlor is known for using unusual materials to create distinctive looks. Vogue writes, "Inspired by Japanese samurai body armour and traditional Irish weaving practises, Derek has developed a unique knitting technique. Using a plastic wax cord as thread, Derek weaves it through his lace patterns to form fantastic organic shapes on tight-fitting cashmere."
    With his unique take on textiles, Derek Lawlor is catching the eye of many in the fashion world. His A/W 2010 collection combines his signature cord work with moody shades of blue and grey. See more looks captured by Uli Weber below.

    View more work by Uli Weber
    Learn more about Derek Lawlor
    Read the story on Dazed Digital

  • 2.19.10

    Quintessentially Uli

    Uli Weber shot the cover and fashion story that mixes contemporary design and art for luxury lifestyle title Quintessentially Magazine. Quintessentially is a members-only club that provides a wide-range of concierge services to its members. Club-members are privy to Quintessentially's quarterly magazine, a publication that offers "a wide mix of features, up-to-the-minute news and views, and great reads on everything from travel to arts, health and beauty, shopping, and social trends."

    The fashion shoot took place at Paradise Row, a pop-up gallery in central London that has featured artists such as Jake and Dinos Chapman, Poppy de Villeneuve, Kirk Palmer, and Douglas White. In Uli Weber's fashion spread, the models interact with the art installations and become part of the tableau, blending fashion and art in eye-catching compositions.

    Quintessentially was founded by Ben Elliot and Aaron Simpson in 2000; the magazine launched shortly thereafter in 2003. Ben Elliot is the nephew of Camilla Parker-Bowles, Duchess of York. Aaron Simpson hails from the film industry. Originally based in London, Quintessentially now operates in over 52 countries.

    View more of Uli Weber's work here.


    Publication: Quintessentially Magazine
    Model: Erin Fee
    Agency: Select
    Photographer: Uli Weber
    Stylist: Marcella Martinelli
    Hair: Ayo Laguda
    Creative Director: Stefano Arata

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