Tag: portrait photography

That was 2018 | A year in sixty seconds

I do love looking back over the year and reflecting on the assignments I’ve shot.  It’s wonderful to re-live twelve months by opening up the hard drives, scrolling through the thousands of photos and remembering the days, events and moments that made up the year.  I remember the new people I’ve met, the conversations about…
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Portrait photography on location … and stock

In the past couple of years I’ve offered a ‘website package’ that has proved popular with a lot of companies.  This has come about because I work closely with a number of web designers who refer their clients to me for new shots for the website that’s in development.  In essence, the package comprises staff…
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PR Photography | Creating a campaign with Active Tameside

PR photographs that I shot for Active Tameside have been used in their New Year campaign to encourage people in the borough to join the gym, do some exercise and get healthy. I’ve worked with Active Tameside’s Creative Brand team a number of times in the past year, and it was great to be asked…
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Location portraits in central Manchester

Portraits, portraits and more portraits.  That’s a good summary of a huge percentage of my portfolio.  Shot in a studio, shot on location but made to look like a studio, or using the location to add a bit of story to the portrait.  I do it all.  Sometimes though it’s good to leave the lights…
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PR photos for a local award winner

Today I’m going to give you an insight into the world of PR photography. Here’s how it usually happens.  I receive a  call from a PR company.  Often, it’s someone I know and have worked with before; occasionally, it’s someone I’ve never met, and usually that’s because they’re based in London or the South East.…
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