Work is underway at Broadmeadow Park, a brand new housing development which is being constructed in Sandbach, Cheshire. The 23 acre site will see 165 new homes built for private sale, affordable rent and shared ownership.
Photography of Lane End Contracts Director Adrian Moss and Latimer Director of Sales Tim Seward breaking ground and discussing plans for the site were required to be used in press releases and promotional material. Whilst on site, some photography was provided of some of the general construction taking place and properties being built.
A PR photo shoot in Stockport commissioned by Guinness Care to cover the visit of Mary Robinson, MP for Cheadle. She visited the care home team to chat about the new service being offered in Stockport. They discussed how the team support people and help them live as independently as possible. Guinness Care has a person-centred approach and offer a range of services throughout Stockport and the surrounding areas.
The remaining time of the shoot was spent photographing the lovely staff and their new sparkling offices on Cheadle Royal Business Park.
Mary Robinson MP visits Guinness Care new offices in Cheadle Royal Business Park, Stockport.
Youth homelessness charity Depaul UK required some photography of their night walk in Manchester which is a growing annual fundraising event. Events were held in the four areas the charity operates, the North West, North East, Sheffield and London.
The five mile route started and fished at the charities office on Oxford Road and passed through The Northern Quarter, Cathedral Gardens and Spinningfields. Photography was needed to provide content for press, publications, online and to promote the walk in future years.
Photographic coverage for long standing client Usdaw who required a selection of PR photographs taking at their head office in Fallowfield to publicise their support for ‘Wear Red Day’ in support of the anti-racism football charity ‘Show Racism the Red Card’.
Wear Red Day is all about standing in solidarity with anyone affected by racism and raising much needed funds for Show Racism the Red Card so that they can continue to deliver high quality training and education to young people and adults in schools and workplaces.