I’m very pleased to be able to show you all the new video for my Corporate Communications services.
I’ve tried to include a taste of the different kinds of videos I get asked to create which are based around my subject talking – so, autocue presentations, two person interviews, at-desk clips etc.
Hope you like it! It would be great to get the word around for this so please do share this video with anybody who may benefit from my services.
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Includes: Company updates, Presentations to-camera, Optional auto-cue / teleprompter, At-desk clips, Two / three person interviews, Conversational style filming, Social media clips, Interiors / Exteriors, Event coverage, Plain background presentations, Subtitles / Captions.
Huge thanks to the following for clip usage:
Burges Salmon (Burges-Salmon.com)
Sebastien Braun (sebastienbraun.com)
Lizzie de-Pass (design-for-good.co.uk)
Mary Bishop (thebritishcollege.edu.np)
I had an absolute ball doing the photography for this great show which starts tonight (Wed 21st September 2022) on Channel 4 at 8pm.
I’m very pleased to be able to show you my pics, which are being used by Channel 4 and Plimsoll Productions for the marketing of the show. Along with the fantastic Mel Giedroyc, the judges are woodworking expert Sophie Sellu and design academic Tom Dyckhoff. They were so easy to work with, it was a pleasure.
Hope you like the pics!
..Set design by Lez Brotherston and front of house by Studio Three Sixty. My photography at Bristol venue Passenger Shed.
I recently had the great pleasure of photographing the set and bar of the Enid Blyton play Malory Towers for ‘audience experience design’ company Studio Three Sixty. The set was by Lez Brotherston.
The play was created by the company Wise Children and was playing at The Passenger Shed, Bristol.
This was a great opportunity to use my wide angle lenses to really capture the detail of the set. I was granted access on set between shows, so it was key for me to work speedily and efficiently – it was all rather exciting.
I thought I’d post the black and white versions of these pics, hope you like them.
I was intrigued and pleased to receive an email from a Japanese clothing company called Keith requesting to use one of my photographs on a skirt. You can see the final product below in their catalogue and website.