New stills division launches at Park Village
Park Village’s new Stills division offers unique photography talent, production services and Central London studio space, all under one roof.
Since company founder and photographer Peter Webb shot the Rolling Stones in 1969, Park Village has continued to be part of the photographic world, working with iconic editorial and brand names such as Vogue and Burberry and hosting the best talent in the business.
The launch of the Stills division is another development in Park Village’s evolution into a multifaceted production offering with 4 specialisms under one roof. The Stills division joins Film, Experiential and Events to give clients further opportunity to streamline integrated projects with the added benefit of access to Park Village’s central London Studios.
Building on its photographic legacy, Park Village has brought together the next generation of multi-skilled and diverse photography talent to create print and digital campaigns for brands, agencies, editorials & record labels. In a landscape that demands consistency across 360° campaigns, Park Village have built a model to satisfy the need for true on set collaboration between stills and film, to maximise time with talent and client budgets. In addition to their stills capability, all photographers on the roster are offered as emerging content directors to allow clients to capitalise on their talents for motion.
The Stills talent
- Ntando Brown
- Sam Riley
- Elliot Simpson
- Chris Turner
- Gareth Williams
- Yolanda Y. Liou
Park Village Managing Partner Adam Booth, Says: “Katy’s breadth of experience across photography, and her in depth understanding of stills talent, client needs and process is invaluable, we are delighted to have her join the team”.
Park Village Business Development and EP Leonie Ellis, says: "The production muscle at Park Village keeps getting stronger. This new division brings even more creativity and possibility under our roof. It’s great to be working with Katy again too after our Blink days together."