One of my favourite buildings in Birmingham pictured for the RIBA 125th anniversary special on British architecture.
Second time I have photographed Sir Michael Lyons, first time was for an article when he retired from Birmingham City Council in 2001, he later became Chairman of the BBC trust. This picture has been used as the lead picture in the article published last week.
I’ve been taking pictures of dogs for a new scheme recently launched by the QE Hospital Birmingham Charity
Trained dogs are taken in hospital where they visit patents to help reduce stress and anxiety.
The scheme launched last month and has proved very popular with patients and staff.
One of my regular clients for the past 15 years Aston University recently redesigned their Alumni magazine and wanted some creative portraits to illustrate a couple of the stories.
Once again, I had a very happy client when they saw the results, can’t wait to see the magazine in September.
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 The images they were using had become very tired and out of date.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.