Interesting article about the death of the election poster by the BBC
One of the biggest property and jobs deals in recent years for Birmingham, HSBC bank is moving it’s UK headquarters from London to Birmingham.
The bank will be moving into the Arena central development on Broad Street in 2018.
I took the pictures first thing on Tuesday morning, from the top of Birmingham library, which was an ideal location, as the site was directly opposite.
Previous post-Alternative view of Arena Central
By 2pm, the pictures were released to all media, the coverage for Birmingham went worldwide.
This week the Birmingham Post are using my images to illustrate an exclusive interview with HSBC Bank chief executive Alan Keir.
More examples of my PR and Marketing photography
I’ve just uploaded the first images of my new personal project.
With suitable building land becoming a scarce commodity, there is an ever increasing demand for land to build homes on in the UK, this series of pictures examines where next for existing, and new housing estates.
One of the more unusual PR photography jobs I’ve covered, pet food brand Canidae unveiled the world’s first pet selfie mirror on its stand at Crufts 2015.
The Pet Selfie Mirror worked by triggering a pressure sensor when the pet steps into place, taking a photograph and sharing this to the Canidae Facebook and Twitter pages.
Working under the very dark and orange lights inside the NEC, Birmingham, the brief was to take a series of images to send out the all media outlets. A simple lighting setup, along with quick and effective set styling ensured quality PR images were sent to the client and national wire services.
Results of a very cold day shooting along the canal near to Leamington Spa for the Royal Life Saving Society.
The photographs are published across all the RLSS social media channels, as part of the campaign to highlight the risks of walking and running near to water.
For those of us who grew up in the 1970’s and 80’s many hours were spent watching television programmes that were made in the ATV and Central television studios on Broad Street in Birmingham.
Central stopped broadcasting from the site in 1997 when they moved to the current Gas Street studio.
From these buildings some of televisions finest, and not so classic programmes were made, Tiswas, Bullseye, Blockbusters, Supermarket Sweep and of course, Crossroads.
1982 film of the changeover from ATV to a new era of Midlands broadcasting, Central television.
The area will now become part of the Arena Central development.
- Death of general election posters 21st April 2015
- HSBC move it’s UK headquarters to Birmingham 26th March 2015
- Buy Land, they don’t make it anymore 10th March 2015
- Dog selfies at Crufts 6th March 2015
- Campaign pictures for the RLSS 25th February 2015
- Demolition of Central and ATV television studios in Birmingham 17th February 2015
- New website and blog 2nd February 2015