I have mentioned before that I am a great believer in building ongoing relationships with my clients.. Like most relationships, the more you get to know each other, the better the results. Working Together, rather than for short term profit, is the open secret to creating a successful business.
I was first contacted by Datum Alloys in June 2014 with a view to doing a test photo shoot of their precision & specialty alloy components for their upcoming newly designed website. Datum Alloys produce extremely high tolerance components and stencils from specialist alloys that meet the high standards required of their customers. The photography for the website needed to show …
The Music Section – Part 2 of the Kingsbridge Food and Music Festival 2014
The Kingsbridge Food and Music Festival has completed its 3 year in its new format, previously just a music festival, and I can wholeheartedly say Wow!
featuring bands such as Freshly Squeezed & Yes Sir Boss, and of course the local legend that is Nick The Fish
The Foodie blog for the Kingsbridge Food and Music Festival 2014.
The Kingsbridge Food and Music Festival 2014 was a huge success this year, popular with both locals & visitors. The South Devon Festival is in its 3rd year in this format and going from strength to strength
Building a great photography business means building great long term client relationships.. “One night stand” photography is not the way forward. read more to find out how I’m removing the risk from commercial photography
I often get asked why I do Wedding Photography or even why I live in remote Devon..
Quite simply, if this video of Zoe & Charlie’s Wedding day doesn’t answer those questions then I’m stumped how to explain it. Such a beautiful and fun loving couple on their most perfect day (so far!) with glorious sunny skies and Devon views to die for..
One of the things I adore about a couple shoot like this is that it allows time to get to know each other and surprises nearly always occur.. While I was changing lenses, Jonathan and Tamsin decided to engage in a passion of theirs… Tango!
Talk about romance, perfect posture and an amazing photo opportunity! This was not a planned part of the shoot but there was no way I was going to miss this moment…
When Absolute Dental of Kingsbridge asked me to do a commercial photo shoot for them I had images of cliche shiny white smiles and tools of torture. Fortunately the lovely people at Absolute Dental are more forward thinking than my antiquated thoughts of pliers and pain. Emma and the rest of the team are more into promoting the benefits and …
Quite simply, when my friend and fellow photographer, Claire Sloane, asked if wanted to help her shoot a Teepee Wedding.. I was at first confused, intrigued and then very very keen. When it comes to unusual weddings, I get all excited.. I love it when a couple put their own stamp on their special day. Emma and Paul certainly did that.. …
Last month I was contacted by the Odd Fellows Society to shoot Odd Fellows member, George Phillips carrying the Olympic Torch on its relay through Plymouth on 19th May 2012. You may have heard of George, Aged 87, as this is the second time that he has been chosen to bear the Olympic Torch. The first time was for the …
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