In Guinness terms the ‘Surge’ is that beautiful moment when the dense black drink foams and swirls up towards the top of the pint before it settles.
Here Jonathan captures the beauty of the Surge, the moment just before the settle, before things become black and white, and the warmth of the two dancing together is still seen.
Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the iconic Apollo 11 Moon Landings with a cosmic cappuccino photographed for McDonald’s Deutschland Karriere and thjnk x Leo Burnett Deutschland Art Direction by Alexander Hellmich.
Photographing the classic Old Fashioned cocktail for a brand new campaign out with POWERS Whiskey, thanks to Rothco and art direction by Matt Evans
Refreshing Riches Await with our new San Miguel summer campaign created with Pablo Agency
Jonathan Knowles is no stranger to photographing coffee. During his 25 year advertising photography career, Jonathan has worked with world renowned coffee giants Starbucks, Costa, Nespresso and Nescafé. Using his dynamic photographic style, Jonathan has collaborated with talented advertising creatives from all over the world in order to bring the following 7 inspiring coffee photography...
Teaming up with Costa again, Jonathan has collaborated alongside Creative Director John Iredale, Head of Creative Production Danny Baylis and Project Lead Ben Nash, to create a vibrant new advertising campaign, including moving image as well as stills, for the new line of Cold Brew coffees. Using his photography expertise with liquids and drinks, Jonathan cleverly captures...
Nespresso are celebrating the launch of their Limited Edition Vintage 2014 capsules with a series of beautiful and atmospheric coffee images shot by Jonathan. Using his expertise in drinks and liquids photography, Jonathan captures the coffee’s heritage and preparation process using an authentic warehouse environment and symbols of time.
After the success of the Zesty Blood Orange shoot, it was great to be working on Bulmers’ latest campaign. Working with Adam & Eve DDB producer Laura Smith, creative director Steve Wioland and designer Dan Forde, the visual had similar aesthetic to the campaign as the Blood Orange flavor. Needless to say the studio had...