Category Archives: Photosessions

Gallery Update: Photoshoots and Scans

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Photosessions > Flaunt – 2015
Photosessions > Tribeca Film Festival Portraits – 2015
Photosessions > Nylon – 2014
Photosessions > Anthem – 2014
Photosessions > Interview – 2014
Photosessions > AnOther – 2014
Photosessions > Madame Figaro – 2014
Photosessions > ‘God Help The Girl’ Sundance Portraits #1
Photosessions > ‘God Help The Girl’ Sundance Portraits #2
Photosessions > ‘God Help The Girl’ Sundance Portraits #3
Photosessions > Harper’s Bazaar UK – 2013
Photosessions > Wonderland – 2013
Photosessions > Interview – 2013
Photosessions > Status – 2012
Photosessions > Live Night & Day – 2007
Magazines > ASOS – October 2013
Magazines > Harper’s Bazaar UK – July 2013
Magazines > Evening Standard – December 10, 2010

Hannah Murray for Hunger

PHOTOSESSIONS > Hunger – 2014


Hannah Murray got her first break as the neurotic, anorexic Cassie Ainsworth in Skins. But unlike some of her peers from the show, she didn’t propel herself into acting full-time; instead she concentrated on a degree in English Literature from Queens’ College, Cambridge, before easing back into the business with a handful of feature-length films.

Skins obviously made a big impression on her though, and in 2013 she reprised the role of Cassie for Skins Redux, the final saga in the now cult hit. Since then Hannah has landed a part in Game of Thrones, the most successful HBO show ever, as Gilly, a fierce young mother standing her ground in a man’s world. And as we find out, Hannah is all for a bit of girl power.


New HQ Photoshoot Added!

PHOTOSESSIONS > Unknown – 2014

Nylon – October 2014

MAGAZINES > Nylon – October 2014
PHOTOSESSIONS > Nylon – 2014

Game of Thrones’ Gilly is in it to win it

British actress Hannah Murray began her career young, and with all the intensity of a fortysomething Oscar hopeful. “I’m worried I’m not playing the right kinds of roles. Is this what I really should be doing?” she wrote in her diary in grade school. After she turned 11 years old, Murray decided, reluctantly, to be a star. “My friends and I put on a play for our parents, and I was so terrified of performing that I pretended to faint, which in hindsight was an equally dramatic thing to be doing!”


Clash – September 2014

MAGAZINES > Clash – September 2014
PHOTOSESSIONS > Clash – 2014

Old Gods And New Horizons: Hannah Murray Interviewed

Hannah Murray is reflecting on her not-so-pretty role as Gilly in HBO’s fantasy hit Game Of Thrones.

“People sometimes say that I look better in real life, which I’m quite pleased about because I think I look really rubbish in the show. But then I always think that, because they still recognise me, I can’t look that much better.”

It’s mid-July and an uncharacteristic English summer sun is threatening to frazzle her pale complexion ahead of this feature’s photo shoot in Richmond Park. Strangely enough, such a climate echoes a key scene in her new film God Help The Girl, in which in aspiring band of three young friends bond over a day out in the countryside on a similarly uncharacteristic Glaswegian summer’s day.


Hannah in Madame Figaro and Catalogue magazines

Gallery has been updates with new scans and photoshoots from Madame Figaro and Catalogue magazines. Check them out below:

MAGAZINES > Madame Figaro – August 08, 2014
MAGAZINES > Catalogue – 2014
PHOTOSESSIONS > Madame Figaro – 2014
PHOTOSESSIONS > Catalogue – 2014

In the cover story for the latest edition of French magazine, Madame Figaro, Paul explores his passions for music, film and art by personally photographing some of the country’s most exciting emerging actors, musicians, artists and models.

Gracing the cover of the magazine are actresses Gala Gordon, Hannah Murray and Holliday Grainger. Whilst in the accompanying story actors Freddie Fox, Craig Roberts, Luke Newberry and Dominic Sherwood are all photographed. Musicians Catherine Pockson and Bob Matthews who together form Alpines and Ella Girardot of Arthur Beatrice also feature alongside artist Phoebe Collings-James and models, Idina Moncreiffe and Josh Mclellan.

In an accompanying interview between Paul Smith and French fashion icon, Ines de la Fressange, Paul discusses his inspirations, his designs and the importance of humour. (source)