Metro were thrilled recently to work with Kevin Vucic Shepherd, the recipient of the inaugural BAFTA Film Awards Art Commission, producing a 1.5m by 1.1 m lightbox
which was installed in Asprey's for the BAFTA nominees party.
Shepherd, commissioned by the sponsors of this years BAFTA’s, 88 Rue du Rhone, was requested to capture the inner workings of BAFTA’s head office – 195 Piccadilly. The result is an intimate portrait of the building, comprising of hundreds of individual images manipulated and spliced together to show the building as a living entity. By capturing the people and the structure simultaneously Shepherd presents a beautiful insight into the prestigious venue displaying the relationships between spaces and the outside as well as the spaces and the people that inhabit the building rather than an architectural photograph.
Kevin graduated in Architecure from Central London Polytechnic (now Westminster University) and later The Architectural Association School Of Architecture but became disillusioned with the industry and so entered the emerging field of digitial special effects . After fifteen years of work within commercials, feature films and TV shows Kevin now concentrates his time developing his photography work.