Headshots and portraits give personality and identity to your most important business asset.
It’s official, Streatham has arrived with a great vibe and buzzing local events! Local events should be captured showing those special moments.
The Art of
Your horse captured showing it’s spirit and personality, be it lively, energetic or more of a gentle nature.
First Impressions Count
Your business need to let prospective customers know what you do in a clear, concise and friendly way. Capturing the best side of your business is important as you often only get one chance to make the right impression.
The job recruitment market has changed in recent times with LinkedIn having a large part to play in getting you noticed. Research by LinkedIn shows that profiles are 11 times more likely to be viewed if you have a picture. Your skills, experience, interests and personality all can come through in your written profile but […]
Thanks to The Great Brixton Project who have included my image of Brixton Selfie in their photobook. The book is a showcase of Brixton with people being asked to submit images of the area that we know and love. This image was taken on the 25th April 2015 at Reclaim Brixton Demonstration. The aim was to […]
I was fortunate enough to be invited out to Chertsey by Emma Burrell to visit with her two horses Tamise and Heather. These are work horses in the truest sense as Emma has a company by the name of Surrey Hills Carriage Company, where she hires her two beautiful horses out with carriage for weddings and […]
As featured on Adobe Slate here or click on Kali below. My piece on Horses in Movement about why I take photographs of horses and some pointers along the way. Tweet #
The weather has warmed and therefore the 2015 Equestrian Photography Tour of Philip Moran and his camera has started. Fortunately the tour encompasses the Home Counties so not too far to venture from home. Thus far it has taken in Sittingbourne in Kent and Salisbury in Wiltshire where Cobs have been the stars of the […]