Category: commercial interiors photography

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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A round up of the year so far

Unbelievably, we’re already a quarter of the way through 2018.  No, I can’t believe it either, but somehow it happened. So, I’ve been looking back on the work that I’ve done over the past three months and have put together some of my favourite moments and images into another short slideshow – only sixty seconds…
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Thanks for a great year

Well, it’s that time when we all look back and reflect on the year that’s just ended, and make resolutions for the year that’s just begun. In my case, that means I’ve been able to go through the thousands of photographs that I’ve shot for people over the past twelve months, and relive the assignments.…
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Interiors photography in Altrincham

It’s a terrible admission, but part of what makes me a good photographer, I think, is that I’m nosy.  When I’m taking portraits I ask questions, because I want to find out about a person, what they do and what makes them tick.  When I’m asked to shoot website imagery for a company, it’s the…
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