The Climate Code Shirt

What an excellent portrait shoot location! It was a great day working with DressCode shirts on their latest Climate Code shirt design photos.

The designers worked closely with the British Antarctic Society (BAS) climate scientists and innovation team, as well as Professor Ed Hawkins, from the University of Reading and the National Centre for Atmospheric Science, to incorporate 800,000 years of climate data. The final design highlights the link in temperature change to increase in CO2 concentrations. So what better location for the photos than BAS HQ in Cambridge.

I love to see how my photos are used. Below is an example of one of the final images; brilliant creativity!

The original photo
Edited by the client. Something I would never have thought of doing, but I love the result! (reproduced with permission – thanks DressCode!)

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