Running through London's Royal Parks on a crisp autumn morning is a guaranteed runner's high. An hour or so of easy - or hard - running will satisfy lungs, legs and soul.
For our A/W 18 campaign, Juan Trujillo Andrades shot four London runners, Andy Greenleaf, Robel Bahelbi, Leon Cerrone and Ruth Caulfield, on a beautiful September morning in Hyde Park.
Andy, Robel and Leon wore Ultra Rain Jacket 2.0 Black Limited Edition, Mid Temperature Top 2.0, Half Tights, Dual Fabric Tights 2.0 and Merino and Silk T-Shirt Base. Ruth wore Oriel Capris, Fenn Shell Jacket, Tilia Long Sleeve and Merino and Silk T-Shirt Base.
Andy Greenleaf boasts a 2:21 Marathon PB, is a National Level Cross Country Runner, and has finished 53rd at the IRONMAN World Championships in Kona.
Robel Bahelbi has run 14:43 for 5k, 3:55 for 1500m and has won national and southern championship medals at cross-country and road-relays.
Leon Cerrone, a former GB Boxer, has come to running via a serious bicycle accident. He's quickly taken to two feet over two wheels, running 1:20 for the half marathon and is now racing his first season of cross country.
Ruth Caulfield regularly clocks 21 minutes at Hackney Marshes parkrun (where we first met her), as well as racing half marathons.
Juan is a London based photographer, specialising in sports documentary, lifestyle, travel and portraiture. Juan has been nominated for this year's Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize, exhibiting at the National Portrait Gallery.