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Corporate Events and Conference Photography
Corporate photography is a big part of what I do. I specialize in conference photography, exhibitions and local government events. I can also shoot executive portraits or professional head-shots for your company website. I’m not one of those detatched artist types either; I put the same energy and attention to detail into my corporate work as I do the more creative stuff.
I have plenty of experience shooting exhibitions, trade shows and conferences and I’m smart enough to understand the brief (or ask the right questions if I don’t) – so you won’t have to worry about me taking up too much of your time and you can be confident I will deliver consistently good work.
I have high spec, full frame gear and some fancy flash attachments, which means you will get evenly lit, useable images regardless of the shooting conditions. I’m also adept at post processing, so you won’t have to wait forever for the pictures – meaning you can keep your social media up to date (if that’s your thing).
I’m personable, which means you can trust me to do my job without upsetting your clients and delegates. I’m versatile too; I can shoot networking events, award ceremonies, exhibition stands, executive portraits, team shots, detail shots and architectural work as well as photographing speakers at your conference . I can take command and stage a scene or shoot it photo-journalist style. Whatever you need, just ask. Why not hire me to produce images for your annual report or in-house newsletter?
I regularly work as part of the team photographing the World Travel Market at Excel in London, which is probably the biggest exhibition in the UK, so you can rest assured that I am more than competent to cover your conference, trade show, exhibition or event. I’m also a seasoned festival photographer, so I’m in my element shooting out-door events too.
I regularly work as part of the team at Apollo Photographers and have worked for events agencies such as Brintex, trade associations like Intellect and marketing companies such as Kreate who were catering for clients as big as Nintento and the Office of Government Commerce. In case you haven’t guessed, all this name dropping is designed to let you know that hiring me comes at far less risk than what is normally involved with using a new photographer.