I wanted someone to take a babe around London, show her the sites, buy her a coffee. Adam Flowers was the perfect pick. Not only did they share a latte, and an espresso martini or two, but they also took some pictures. Check out their adventure, here.
What’s the first thing you think of when you wake up?
I get up really early to work out most days, usually around 430am. So overtime I wake up I usually spend at least five minutes thinking of scenarios where I could stay in bed.
Then, what’s the first thing you do?
I head straight to the kitchen to make a pot of coffee.
And most importantly, how do you take your coffee?
Bullet Proof… That’s black with blended coconut oil.
You photograph babes, daily. What’s your favourite thing about them?
Everything. I’ve shot guys before and it’s just so much more fun working with women. There’s just more going on. I love being able to meet a really beautiful woman and then plan & build a shoot around her look.
And the hardest thing about working with the opposite sex behind the lens?
There’s nothing hard about it. It’s really my dream job.
If you could work with anyone creatively, tomorrow. Who would it be?
I’d love to work with WildFox. They just get everything so right with their creative, I love their brand. Their swimwear always looks really fun, too.
I sent you around London, BYO babe. What did you two get up to?
I’d planned out the day to go from location to location, not realising that we’d chosen to shoot at the same time the London Marathon was on! So that required a little re thinking on my part. But the whole day was really great & relaxed. We got some nice lunch, walked around Notting Hill a lot which is really beautiful and managed to sneak a few cocktails in at the end of the day.
When your brief said cover babes in something that resembles dirt, your initial thoughts?
I thought, “Well if it resembles dirt, and you’re supposed to rub it on your skin… It must be really good for you!”
Favourite thing about working with me and my caffeinated skincare range?
You’re really easy to work for, and everyone I’ve met loves your products.
Ohhh, I blush. Thanks man-babe.
Lastly, some frank advice for young photographers and creatives out there?
Learn a skill, be it photography, retouch, graphic design, lighting etc. Work harder and sleep less; 6 hours a night will do for you. If you feel like you need more, than just sleep faster.