Portrait of medical student Christine Cadman, taken in Bristol, to illustrate an article in the BMA’s doctor magazine about overcoming mental health and social barriers, to enter medicine.
12 Ceremonies in 5 days, very busy week but a job I always enjoy covering for Aston University. Pictures will be used for next years graduation brochure and general marketing throughout the year.
Just spent a very enjoyable week shooting new prospectus and advertising images for Walsall College.
The above image will be used for a bus campaign around the West Midlands in the forthcoming few weeks.
More of my school, college and university photography can be viewed here
I’ve recently shot lots of new images for the Institute of Photonic Technologies at Aston University,
one of the largest photonics research centres in the UK.
The centre researches the science and properties of light, which surprisingly proved to be a bit of a challenge to capture, as the light, or lack of it was very difficult to photograph, I had to compose and focus in pitch black for some of the pictures, use of my phone torch came in very useful.
I recently spent a day with one of my long term clients, Associated Architects in Birmingham providing pictures to update their website and marketing material. We took pictures on location to cover their site survey work and in the Birmingham office of the architects working.
The pictures have been widely used on the Associated Architects website as well as their social media.
I’ve recently started working for Wolverhampton Grammar School, taking pictures for their magazines, marketing and PR use.
One of my first jobs I shot for them was to photograph the music writers of Horrible Histories at their recording studio in Leamington Spa. Horrible Histories is one of the best programmes on CBBC and this parody of the Smiths is well worth a listen https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/watch/charles-dickens-miserable-song
I’ve also shot all the production and poster photography for the school’s forthcoming production of Blue Stockings, which is on at the school 13th to 15th February.