Steve took to the rooftops of the Redbury hotel in Hollywood to photograph Scottish actor Kevin Mckidd. Kevin is well known for his role as Dr Owen Hunt in the TV drama series Greys anatomy but also listen out for him in animated film Brave. He’s the voice of Lord MacGuffin.
Steve took this portrait of techno junkie Song Hojun for Wired magazine. Song has a passion for designing from scratch new found installations that turn into groundbreaking projects.
Steve took this shot of Song with a satellite in his hand which he built in his bedroom, he plans to send his satellite into orbit and is selling T-shirts to pay for the launch.
Steve photographed Oscar, Emmy and Golden Globe winning actor Martin Landau for the Times magazine. Martin has an extensive acting portfolio including roles in Ed Wood, Entourage, They call me Mr Tibbis and the TV series of Mission Impossible. Martin directed Steve as to how he wanted to be photographed, he asked for the focal length of his lens and asked where the lights were going to be positioned….well he is an award winning actor, nothing but the best!
Steve photographed Glen Mazzara, the producer of popular TV show ‘Walking Dead’ for Emmy magazine in LA. Steve felt extremely sorry for the guy in the zombie make up, it was 108 degrees in the sun!!
Earlier in the summer Steve Schofield had the pleasure of shooting Mr David Hasselhoff and his two lovely daughters, Taylor-Ann and Hayley, at their California home.
Steve Schofield captured this screamer of Wossy whilst he was in San Diego for cult comic book festival Comic Con. The image was shot in the doorway of a Hooters restaurant!!
Steve Schofield lends his talents to this months Esquire magazine, shooting a number of images for an in depth article, written by Sanjiv Bhattacharya, looking at America’s right-wing political future.
Steve shot Benh for American Vogue on a very wet Saturday morning at Coney Island, New York. Benh recently won awards for his debut movie ‘Beasts of the Southern Wild’ at Sundance and Cannes.