Campbell-Rey is a design partnership and creative consultancy founded by Duncan Campbell and Charlotte Rey.
Working fluently across the fields of design, interiors and creative direction, their practice is united by a grounding in culture, a sense of irreverence and a playful, elegant aesthetic.
Together they have undertaken commissions for some of the worlds most innovative and desirable brands.
Lord Snowdon and David Bailey are two of Britain’s best-loved photographers who between them are responsible for some of the most iconic images of the twentieth century.
Campbell-Rey directed and created the titles for this short film featuring the two photographers in conversation at their favourite restaurant, London’s iconic Le Caprice.
Together Snowdon and Bailey reminisce about memories from their careers at British Vogue, which ran simultaneously for over forty years. The film was commissioned by Lord Snowdon’s daughter Frances von Hofmannstahl for British Vogue to coincide with the launch of the Snowdon retrospective, A Life In View, at the National Portrait Gallery in London.