in-stilllife


In the August issue of UK magazine Living Etc this beautiful print (top picture) was featured. As I love still life images, my eyes were immediately drawn to this piece of art. Adrian Briscoe is the founder of In-stillLife. He has worked as freelance commercial photographer for companies such as The Conran Shop, Heals, House of Fraser and John Lewis. His work has been published in Elle Decoration, The Telegraph, The Times, Country living as well as numerous other publications. His particular style and approach to photography is appreciated by many of the stylists and designers he has worked with, who have shaped the way our interiors look today.


In-stillLife was created from Adrian’s desire to produce a high standard of photographic works that would enhance the interiors of our modern homes. A common character of his work is its ability to evoke a sense of stillness, which is created by a determined anonymity, timelessness and ambiguity of location whilst drawing the viewer in with the use of familiar subject matter. Adrian: ‘Photography is quickly becoming established as an excepted form of Art for our walls, something that will truly enhance a modern interior. Once seen as a poor substitute for paintings, Photography is now viewed as the collectable Art form of our time’.

Andrian’s photos can be bought directly from the In–stillLife website. His work is available in different sizes and can be delivered to you unframed or completey mounted and framed. I think the photo of the wooden spoons would look stunning in a large kitchen or dining room!

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3 Responses to in-stilllife

  1. Beautiful spoon picture :)

  2. Love the picture, love the wite wooden floors, love everything!! And thx for your email Danielle. our email system is down at the moment…but I look foward to receiving your inspiring links…have a lovely WE!

  3. Very talented. I love the ocean scene particularly.

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