Surrey Business headshots Recently I had the pleasure of working with local entrepreneurs Wendy & Julia, to create some new business portraits for their websites and social media. I set up a plain background and my studio lights in Wendy’s home. I prefer to work
Surrey Business Expo 2018 photos One of the ways I make connections with other local businesses is through the aptly-named Connect Surrey business networking group. Each year they host a Business Expo in Guildford which showcases local businesses, many (but not all) of whom are
Having previously done some business portraits for local client The Pull Agency, I was pleased to be asked back to not only do a few more headshots but also to make some images of their office spaces and people at work, for future use in their own marketing materials and online.
Choiroke 2017 concert | Harlequin Redhill Once again I had the pleasure of photographing the Choiroke event – this time at the Harlequin Theatre in Redhill. Choiroke – what’s it all about? Choiroke is an event that brings together local amateur choirs from Surrey and
Something a little different in the way of business headshots with this photo shoot for Baron Grey Solicitors in Richmond, Surrey. They are a long-established firm in the town and wanted to show their local connection by including the iconic Richmond Bridge over the Thames in the background of their business portraits.
A couple of weeks ago my colleague David Prior and I photographed the UK Rail Industry Awards at the amazing Battersea Evolution venue in south London. We covered the whole event from guests arriving until the dancing after the awards dinner. The keynote speaker was Sir Peter Hendy, Chairman of Network Rail, and the evening was hosted by actor and comedian Stephen Mangan.
When I heard that my photographer colleague David was planning a trip down to Reims to gather material for an article for the Ferrari Owner’s Club magazine and wanted a co-pilot, my hand was first in the air. David happens to be the proud owner of a Ferrari 328 GTS Targa, so that was of course the designated vehicle for the trip, especially as we were going to meet the owner of a Champagne house in Reims who is an avid car collector and happens to have a Ferrari Testarossa…
One of the fun things about being a commercial photographer is that you never know what you are going to be asked to photograph next! This week I was 300 metres up in the air – in the Viewing Gallery at The Shard in London, the tallest building in the EU.