I’m a freelance commercial Bristol photographer and videographer offering a range of services in the South West, Midlands and around the UK with 17 years of experience.
My photography work includes portrait photography, PR and editorial, corporate events, studio work and architecture and interiors shoots for a range of clients. Please look through the various galleries to see more.
Creative portraiture for magazines
Striking architectural shots
Customer case study sessions
Quality, eye catching staff portraits
Commercial event photography
Pin sharp studio photography
Dynamic industrial scenes
Group photo of your company
Show home photography
PR photo sessions
Annual review publication shoots
Presentations with auto-cue
Office walk throughs
Show home promos
Social media ads and announcements
Law firm legal advice shorts
Behind the scenes story telling
Construction progress coverage
Short burst teaser campaigns
Paul is a first-rate photographer who has a knack of getting the best out of people to capture great stills and engaging films. Creative in his approach and highly personable, Paul’s photos and films always hit the brief.
Tom de Pass, NHS
Paul worked with us on our first back-in-the-office photo shoot – very professional, easy to get on with, and great results – would recommend.
Kate S, SCWCSU
We always get Paul to take all of the photos for our company and are always ecstatic with the results. He always delivers fantastic photography and would highly recommend him to anyone needing good quality photography!
Isabel Sturgess, Urban Creation
The business has used Paul for a number of team shoots now. Whenever we work together, he has been really attentive and accommodating, both while on site and throughout the editing process. We are always really pleased with his work and would 100% recommend.
Stacy Horseman, Stancold
Paul’s a talented Bristol based photographer who’s done a lot for the Centre for Sustainable Energy in the past. He covered events and meetings & always manages to capture the human experience as well as show case our resources.
Ian Preston, Centre for Sustainable Energy