Simon Stock

Photographer & Director

After studying photography at Blackpool, Simon lost no time before he was undertaking commissions for many top advertising agencies, venturing to some of the furthest corners of the world in search of striking imagery for prestigious clients worldwide. Most recently, Simon produced the worlds largest automotive image, a 53 billion pixel shot of a Mulsanne on the Golden Gate Bridge for Bentley.

He is also an established commercials director and started his career with a short film called ‘El Apprentice’ which was shot in Chile and was shown at the LA Short Film Festival. He has directed commercials for the Discovery Channel, Mercedes, Toyota, Volvo, Wild Aid, Norfolk Southern Railway, ITV and most recently the 'Bleed for England’ spot for the Rugby World Cup.

His personal projects have included documenting the landscapes and people of Chile, Tibet, Mount Everest, the Arctic Circle & the Northern Territories of Australia. Simon lives in London with his wife and 4 children.


AOP Awards Winner Best Advertising commissioned Adverting 2015
Lurzers Archive 200 Best Advertising Photographers 
Art Directors Club of New York
IPA Awards
Communication Arts 
One Eyeland Awards