Product photography

PaperLater lets you save the good bits of the web to print - so you can enjoy them away from a screen.

PaperLater was a brilliant project from the folk at Newspaper Club. They asked if I could help out with photography to support the launch of the new service.

Photo of a hand holding a smartphone, which is showing a web article.

Use a simple bookmarklet to save articles when on the go.

Photo of a PaperLater newspaper being read on a bus.

When enough articles have been saved, a newspaper is automatically printed and posted to you to read.

Photo of a newspaper spread.

The papers hold between 10-20 articles, and are automatically laid out based on their content.

Photo of a PaperLater newspaper on a doormat.

Posted through your door, the one of a kind paper has a unique algorithmically generated cover based on the images in the articles.

The service didn't take off like they'd hoped, but it developed a loyal following whilst in operation.