Category: Commercial interiors photography

Summer 2018: commercial photography and family life

I try to update this commercial photography blog regularly, but this summer has been really busy at work and at home. I’ve been out and about on shoots more than I have been in my office, so haven’t found the time to post on here as much as I should have done. At home, we…
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Architectural photography part 2 | Stoke Town Hall Queen Elizabeth II Room

Following on from last week’s post about shooting the refurbished interior of the Stoke Town Hall for CTD Architectural Practice, I couldn’t resist showing off some more architectural photography this week.  Here we move upstairs to the first floor of the building, where more architectural wonders lie in wait.  Named after Her Majesty, the Queen…
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Commercial interiors photography for architects | Shooting a Grade II Listed building

An enquiry from a firm of architects in Stoke-on-Trent inviting me to photograph the interior of a Grade II listed building, the Victorian Town Hall, whose refurbishment they’d supervised …… this was in the realm of ‘if Carlsberg did commercial photography enquiries’ …. One of the great joys and privileges of my job is going…
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Award winning photographer

It’s been a while since I’ve entered a photography competition (a couple of years at least), but it’s nice to do so every so often.  It’s the opportunity to put your best work up against that of other professionals and see how it compares.  So I was delighted to be informed a few weeks ago…
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Manchester House restaurant | a short photo essay

Last year I was commissioned to attend a charity lunch at Manchester House restaurant to shoot photos – guests arriving, handshakes, smiles, some portraits, and the guest of honour the Duchess of Wessex (forgive the shameless name drop there).  As I often do, I arrived early.  It’s a good habit to have of course –…
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