A new photographic post-production studio delivering high-quality pigment printing, scanning & archiving for visual creators, galleries, publishers and institutions
Museum of Modern Art, Tate Modern, The International Centre of Photography, National Portrait Gallery, Magnum Photos, Phaidon, Martin Parr Foundation, RRB Photobooks, The Royal Photographic Society, The V&A Museum, Cafe Royal Books, The Photographers Gallery, Barbican, Les Rencontres d'Arles, MEP, Manchester Art Gallery, The Telegraph, The Observer, The Financial Times, It’s Nice That, Vice, Studio Thomas, Nazreli Press, Guest Editions...
Bread & Butter is a photographic production duo formed by the photographers Tom Groves and Louis Little. The two of them met in 2010, whilst working for the British photographer Martin Parr, where they formed a strong friendship based on their love for photography and photo books.
Photo by Jon Tonks
After working at Magnum Photos in London then at Martin Parr’s studio, Tom went freelance in 2011 and has since been assisting photographers in London and Bristol ever since. He has produced editioned prints and master scans for Stephen Gill and his acclaimed series and book 'Coexistence’. He then worked on portfolio prints for Bruce Gilden at the Archive of Modern Conflict then working alongside RRB Photobooks, he has been involved in the digitization of Peter Mitchell’s early colour archive as well as the John Myers archive - resulting in several books. He was also involved in retouching, producing, printing and co-curating ‘The English Seen’ exhibition by Tony Ray-Jones in ‘19 alongside the Martin Parr Foundation team.
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Louis continues to work for Martin Parr assisting him on shoots around the world, including in 2016, CNN’s coverage of the US Presidential Conventions and BBC’s ‘Oneness’ television idents. In 2018 he helped set up the Martin Parr Foundation in Bristol, where he continues to work as the Head of Production. Alongside supporting the numerous events held at the Foundation, he regularly prints Martin’s exhibitions, including the show ‘Only Human’ exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery in 2019.
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