Spent a very enjoyable afternoon shooting Ian Morrison (Director of planning at Historic England) around the old Flaxmill on the outskirts of Shrewsbury. The building has stood empty for many years and RIBA were publishing an article looking at how it was been redeveloped.
The Royal Life Saving Society (RLSS) asked to come in and update all their marketing and advertising material. The images they were using had become very tired and out of date.
Over the last few years I have shot on several beaches and also poolside for them. I’ve also provided a large library of corporate headshots and taken PR photographs to promote some of there open water swims.
The pictures have also extensively been published to promote the RLSS at corporate/national level as well as fronting some of their water safety campaigns.
Some of the pictures I shot to refresh the UK APC Overnight website and marketing material.
Client wanted a bright and natural look to the images, so the lighting was setup to look as near to natural sunlight as possible, whilst the location had to look generic. Bit of a challenge on an overcast industrial estate in Tamworth.
Images are currently used across the APC Overnight website and in their advertising and sales brochures.
This is just one of many commercial and corporate photography clients I supply pictures for in the West Midlands and across the UK.
Some of my current website and prospectus front pages, shot for education establishments around the UK.
I have supplied education images for over 20 years and have provided photography to some Colleges and Universities since 2003. I am used to working with all ages from nursery up to adult learners.
All images can be shot to fit in with your style sheet, or I can advise what would work within brand guidelines. I shoot all images quickly and with the minimum of disruption to classes.
More of my School, College and University photography can be viewed here
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With not much more than a generic office building on the edge of Birmingham and a car park to work with, I wasn’t holding out much hope when I arrived. After shooting the interview inside I had had about 20 minutes to come up with a selection of quality editorial pictures that were suitable for the magazine article. Once we had discussed football and politics the light was perfect enough outside to slightly darken the background so I could isolate Kevin from his environment, and white van had had parked in the background.
Editor was happy again “Thanks Ed, A lovely selection to choose from.”
Lombard Risk officially opened it’s new technology centre in the heart of Birmingham last week.
I was invited to capture their new investment at Birmingham’s landmark Alpha Tower. Boasting creative working spaces and first class facilities, Lombard Risk have invested in the city creating employment opportunities and new technologies to serve the whole of the UK.
This new venture also represents an exciting partnership with Birmingham’s strategic marketing partnerships and Birmingham City Council.