A selection of PR photographs shot at Amazon’s distribution centre in Bolton as members of their team held a pyjama party in support of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Staff members joined a global movement called #GoGold.
A selection of PR photographs shot in Warrington at Amazon’s distribution centre on Omega Business Park. The Amazon team were holding a special pyjama party to support Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. The team joined a global movement called #GoGold.
A selection of photographs from a commercial shoot for Marston’s at their popular Old Pint Pot pub in Salford. A brand new look is on show after a recent refurbishment which emphasises the heritage of the brewery and creates a contemporary setting.
The photographs were used on the pub’s website The Old Pint Pot.
A few images from a two day photography shoot for Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. The organisation publishes an annual Big Book of Best Practice which features various staff members within the trust. Photographs were shot at various sites throughout Cheshire and Wirral including Chester, Ellesmere Port, Birkenhead, Heswall and Macclesfield.
TSB required some new head shots of some of their regional managers which were to be shot against a white background. These were shot downstairs in the basement of their Manchester Market Street branch.
I still have the marks on my palms from carrying all my kit, studio lights, background and supports across central Manchester!
A selection of commercial photographs shot at Royal Mail’s delivery office and spice company JD Seasonings in Wigan for long standing client The Courier Magazine.
A selection of PR photographs of five-year-old Ellis Thomas from Caerwys at a highly glamorous location of a bus stop just outside of Wrexham. Ellis is the Welsh finalist in the 2019 BIC® KIDS Young Artist Award and impressed with his colourful hot air balloon scene. The images were used by The Leader.
A selection of commercial photographs shot at The Swan in Tarporley, Cheshire. The pub has had a full refurbishment, new kitchen equipment and looks absolutely fantastic. The client was provided with social, interior, food and portrait photographs as requested. The Swan is a traditional 16th century coaching-inn and guest house and alterations needed to sympathetic to the structure of the building. The original features such as the log fires and rustic decor has been retained.
House builder Countryside required a set of PR photographs taking when Site Manager Steven Craig won a NHBC Quality Award. All images were shot at the developers Carr Lane site in Prescot, Knowsley.
House builder Countryside required a set of PR photographs taking when Site Manager Joe Salkeld won a NHBC Quality Award. All images were shot at the developers Blackberry Point site in Brinnington, Stockport.
A selection of photographs shot for a new management magazine for Royal Mail workers, this time featuring Bootle and Seaforth Delivery Office Manager Anne Marie Topping. The feature showcased Royal Mail’s transformation into a modern, forward-thinking delivery company.
Anne Marie has helped bring in new technology that is going to help the company meet tough new targets. She has helped on a project called PDA Actuals which bringing GPS tracking data to handheld computers. It is helping Postal Workers work much smarter and cut down delivery times across the region.
The article showcased Anne Marie’s hard work and shared her top tips with other managers across the country who are hoping to achieve the same thing.
A few shots for banking giant NatWest who required some portrait shots of one of their staff members for an in-store digital advertisement board. The shoot took place at the Great Underbank branch in Stockport. Underbank Hall which is occupied by the bank is a 16th century town house which gave the photographs a real gothic feel. The hall is grade II* listed and was the home of the Arden family until 1823 when it was sold to pay off debts and became a bank. A banking hall was then added to the rear of the house in 1919. I grew up in Stockport and always admired the building whenever I passed, although I had never been inside. If you are ever passing it is well worth popping in to take a look.