Winter Round Up: We say hello to new members and share the latest news from around the studios

Patrick Lewis Architects

Patrick Lewis Architects is an award winning practice that design buildings, interiors and furniture. They’re inspired by their clients, buildings and the stories that weave them together. With projects mainly based in central London, the practice’s focus is working with existing and historic buildings, producing narrative based responses.


Form is plant-based nutrition with purpose. They started with a simple belief, that you can realise the greatest version of yourself while being mindful of others. This permeates everything Form do. They craft plant-based proteins for your body and responsibly-sourced nootropics for your brain. Backed by science, their products are designed with your optimal performance in mind. They are impact-driven, with every purchase you make you provide food and healthcare to those in need at Bansang Hospital in The Gambia.

Dr Sam’s

Dr Sam’s is the doctor-led skincare brand of the future, launched by Harley Street skin expert Dr Sam Bunting, widely considered to be a beauty insider’s best-kept secret. Think cosmeceutical-grade actives, uncompromising formulations, luxe textures, and outstanding personalised service – all at a direct-to-consumer price point. Dr Sam shares her expert advice on her popular YouTube channel (90K+ subscribers) and on Instagram.

Latest news from our Studio Holders…

Kharmel Cochrane Casting

Kharmel Cochrane has had huge success with the film The Lighthouse that she worked and cast back in 2018. The Lighthouse was nominated for a 2020 BAFTA award for Best Cinematography alongside the winner, ‘1917’. The Lighthouse was also nominated for a 2020 Academy Awards for cinematographer, Jarin Blaschke.


Haru’s got 48 colours – and they’re all green!

Haru are getting down to earth with a new commitment to the environment and sustainable living. Whenever any of their customers think they’ve finished using their Haru washi tape, whatever sizes and colours they’ve chosen, they can think again! Because Haru can now recycle the tape, and even turn it into new sustainable materials.

Haru have started working with a company called Smile Plastics who can process the washi tape, and turn it into 100 different things. Kitchen tops, toothbrush handles, phone covers, even works of art!

Haru’s customers can get involved in amazing projects, and be active in looking after the health of the planet.

Haru is always bursting with new ideas. Come and see what it’s all about at Studio 36.

Simon Clark Photography

Simon and his team have once again been busy shooting all over the world. This image is from the new Spring Campaign for Bam Clothing, shot in South Africa last December. For any photography needs please do get in touch.

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20 February 2020