I'm often commissioned to take portraits of those working in the creative industry, such as session musicians, opera singers and writers. Additionally, freelancers and start-ups are often looking for a more informal feel to head shots. I feel that a strong online image that matches your personality can build trust with the viewer and ultimately leads to that all-important contact or enquiry to your business.
Portrait sessions take place on location in London, taking full advantage of the various backdrops the city has to offer. Prices vary depending on requirements, but all sessions include a selected number of high resolution files, all retouched and delivered in both colour and B&W. Please contact me to see how I can help you with new images for your website and for promoting your work.
Pianist Clare Hammond
Drummer Cristiano Castellitto
Pianist Daniel Becker
DJ Joey Negro
What 3 Words
What 3 Words
Health Coach Alex Grove
Creative PR Tracy LaCour
Business Coach Peter Anderton
Business Coach Henry Rose Lee
A simple portrait has a lot of mileage and fits neatly into printed materials, press releases and websites. I always provide a colour and B&W version, and each portrait is toned and retouched before being delivered electronically. A clean, white background allows your staff pictures to be easily re-produced and is consistent across all individuals, and can be taken at any time of day. Fees are dependent on the number of people so please contact me for a custom quote.
Keep your clients up-to-date with your latest developments on all your social media platforms using professional photography. At each event, I try to exceed your requirements and seek out creative ways to make your event exciting and inviting. I have various charging structures that suit any budget. Even an hour of coverage may give you the desired result of creating a positive impression of your company.
"I just wanted to thank you for the great set of photos you took at our event a couple of weeks ago. I was worried all the glass display windows, bright colourful lights and reflections might create problems but instead they have added to the overall effect. They made the event look vibrant and upbeat, quite an achievement in our particular field of business! And have already been put to great effect in a newsletter to our network."
"Thanks so much for the pics, they're great ! Must admit I always get nervous when I get the download link from a shoot but they look great, loads to choose from."
Launch party for PR firm
Elevator Pitch Event - Capital Investors
Film London mobile local archive van
Haringay Archival Films at Bruce Castle
Personal: Street Photography
I documented the day in the life of Charlotte, who miraculously survived a massive stroke at the age of six. Now nine, she has made an incredible recovery, but the effects are now more subtle and she's supported by the unfailing dedication of her mother and sister. Photographed on behalf of the Stroke Association.
Project: A Korean Funeral
I had the opportunity to photograph the funeral of a distant relative. Not ever having attended a funeral in my birth country of Korea, I tagged along. The burial custom is that "higher" ranking individuals are to have a spot closer to the heavens, near the top of hills.
Project: Glastonbury Faces
One year, I decided to attempt to photograph 1000 faces at Glastonbury. I didn't quite manage that many, but did get to nearly 600, trudging through the mud over the course of three very wet, boggy days. I wanted to capture the diversity of festival goers but what I learned from the experience is that well, there isn't as much as I expected!