Using my photographic skills, along with the right props, costumes and location, and perhaps a bit of Photoshop editing, anyone can now be the hero, heroine or even villain of their own fantasy photo. There really are no limits to what can be achieved with thoughtful planning.
Ideal for anniversaries, birthdays, engagements, celebrating a change, special occasions, or just for the sheer fun of it. We can create an image constructed entirely for you.
Ideas could include: a scene from a movie; a line from a poem; a memory of a poster on your bedroom wall; a setting from a book; a mood from a song; your very own album cover; a dream of an unfulfilled desire.
Here are some examples of my creative photography, but to discuss your needs and requirements, please contact me on 0797 196 9953 (UK mobile phone number) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
While everyone at a gig can pull out their phone and take a photo, it is extraordinarily difficult to create an image that captures the mood and intensity of a performance.
Unlike studio photography, there is no control over lighting, background or movement. But as a musician myself, I have a deeper empathy than many when it comes to shooting live performances.
Here are some examples of performance photography, but to discuss your needs and requirements, please contact me on 0797 196 9953 (UK mobile phone number) or email email@example.com
In autumn 2014 I did a photo shoot for the publicity and promotion of Macmath: The Silent Page - an amazing project breathing life back into a collection of old songs, many of which had not been heard for over 100 years. Performers include some of Dumfries and Galloway's finest, internationally renowned, traditional musicians - Emily Smith, Jamie McClennan, Wendy Stewart, Claire Mann, Aaron Jones, Robyn Stapleton and Alison Burns.
Here is the full collection of portraits along with the group photo taken at Broughton House
For a behind-the-scenes video of the group photo shot, click here:
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We all want to look good in photos - whether that's strong, playful, friendly or authoritative - and, if we're honest about it, just a little bit cool.
Of course, not everyone feels these things when they are having their photo taken. As soon as someone points a camera at us, most of us feel intensely self-conscious and start to worry about all the parts of us we consider our failings.
But what motivates me, as a photographer, is I like to make people feel good about themselves.
This means taking the time to build trust and confidence. By helping you reach a point of feeling relaxed, or even excited, when the camera goes click, we will achieve not just OK photos, but great photos - photos you will be delighted with.
Here are some examples of my portrait photography, but to discuss your needs and requirements, please contact me on 0797 196 9953 (UK mobile phone number) or email firstname.lastname@example.org