The Commercial and Business sectors usually involves being commissioned for a set project,
working to a clients brief to produce High Quality,
High Resolution Digital Images and FULL HD Video Clips.
All the Commissions I undertake are completed within time scales and to budget.
- MCP Law staff Portraits, Peterborough
Recent Commercial and Business Photo Shoots include Insurewise, Balfour Law, MCP Law, Fenland District Council, Clydesdale Bank, Bryant Homes, Anglia Regional Co-Op, Budget Insurance, Outdoor Photography Magazine, Lake District Life, Cotswold Life, Marriot Hotel, and many more Satisfied Customers.
Corporate Events, Business Meetings, PR Hospitality Functions, Promotional Events, National Exhibitions and National Conferences are just some of the Commercial Events i have photographed.
On the day I record who was there, what the event involved, the major speakers, guests and groups.
The Commercial side of my business is tailored to meet the needs of
Clients, Editors, PR Company’s and Marketing Departments, to deliver a reliable,
quality service within the agreed time scales and budgets.
I like to work closely with my clients and together we formulate a commission brief that will deliver the Exact Images they require.
- Care Home Image
Every aspect of Commercial Photography can be catered for, from Magazine Commissions, Landscape Images for Fine Art Prints, Product Shoots, Studio Work, Cheque Presentations,
Company Personnel Portraits, Industry at work, Visits by Distinguished People,
Social Events, Personal Injury and Legal Claims to name but a few.
All Commercial Photograph are created in High Resolution (60 MB) Digital images, using top specification SLR cameras, Lenses and ancillary equipment.
Dusk Peterborough Cathedral
The images can be transferred on to DVD or CD slideshows and E-mailed anywhere in the world.
High quality prints from 6×4 up to Poster sizes can be produced to your exact requirements.
Prices start from as little as £40 per hour for small to medium commissions.
This image was published in the Guardian paper to illustrate the East-Coast-Mainline petition to halt privatisation.