Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Close to the village of Saint Loup

Sunday, July 24, 2011

Mons, before the champagne district, northern france

The golden land seems to go on forever. The season has been too dry. The bails are already cut and stacked. Fantastical straw architecture, often so ambitious, reminds of an evening long time ago in England. Guy stopped the car and ran into the field. He said he always dreamed of rolling the great drum bails. I was so afraid some one would come, I think in this time I was always afraid. But he was so happy and he was right. A Long time ago.

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Friday, July 15, 2011

Simon Procter celebrations for Bastille day with friends

Simon Procter with the Italian architects Francesca Bonesio and Federica Martinetto. 
Private boat Paris,Bastille day.
Photos by my freind Nicholas Guiraud

In photograph

The English photographer Simon Procter and the Italian architects Federica Hurgon & Francesca Bonesio
Photography by Nicholas Guiraud

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Bastille Day. Simon Procter s Official Portrait of the Garde Republicaine presented to the President of France

Today 14th July 2011, Bastille day.
Simon Procter s official portrait of the Garde Republicaine presented to the president of France
2 years of preparation, 150 infantry and cavalry from the Elite French Garde Republicaine photographed by the english artist Simon Procter.
The Artwork is destined to be the diplomatic gift to visiting royalty and heads of State.

"Pour la gloire de la France, le pays de mes enfants"
Simon Procter, Paris, July 2011

Sunday, July 3, 2011

Saturday, July 2, 2011

GQ with Stylist Jason Farrer from Archives

Untitled. NYC 2007

Untitled.  NYC  2007