TransPennine Express ‘Where Next?’

Anthony Dickenson directs another highly precise and technical commercial. Employing camera techniques and seamless post production from Big Buoy he takes you on a stunning journey.

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Freddie Harrel for Habitat Voyeur

As part of Habitat’s Voyeur campaign I was asked to take stills behind the scenes in fashion blogger Freddie Harrel’s eclectic south London home.

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Panorama – Visualising the London skyline

New London Architecture (NLA) asked me to take a panorama shot spanning from Liverpool Street to the London Eye for an article in The Architects’ Journal.

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Inflated Egos political installation

An political installation by Chris Cairns and Is This Good? where candidates’ heads get bigger and smaller in realtime depending on how they’re doing in the General Election 2015 race.

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Audi A3 360° interior shot

Last month I was asked if I could create a perfect 360° photograph of the inside of the new Audi A3 for an iPad app.

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Director | Photographer | Cinematographer

Dan Lowe is a technical, creative and versatile freelance director, photographer and cinematographer who specialises in making films and images using a variety of techniques - from live action to stop motion animation, timelapse to time slice, and motion control to high speed.

For over ten years, since starting his career as a director for production company Partizan, Dan has been working in the commercial, documentary and music video fields for big brands including Nike, Lacoste and Red Bull for agencies such as BBH, Fallon and Mother.

Dan is also an experienced cinematographer with a background in photography, having studied at Nottingham Trent, and has worked as a professional photographer for many years.

He was worked internationally in particular for French artist JR on projects in Brazil, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Israel and Palestine.

Dan has worked and collaborated extensively with talented director and technical innovator Chris Cairns at is this good?, and filmmaker/photographer Anthony Dickenson.

More recently Dan has collaborated with architectural photographer Paul Raftery to create timelapses documenting the construction of skyscrapers and architecturally interesting spaces.

If you have a project and would like to work with Dan please get in touch.

+44 (0) 7752 302 575