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07 Jan 2016| 4 comments

(Updated) – Did you know you process images up to 60,000 times faster than written words? People are visual creatures, which is why it is so important your commercial photographs accurately reflect the quality of your business, and show your customers what you want them to see.

As a professional Photographer with many years experience I have built up an advertising and commercial Photography portfolio I am proud of. Below are some of my favourite images from Lidl Hellas. I have worked with them since 2008, helping to solidify their reputation as a retailer of great standing with quality photographs that showcase their brand and tell their story visually.

Commercial Photography is not just about advertising campaigns, it is about creating a rich resource of cohesive images you can use in every aspect of your business from your emails and social media marketing, to your website, and even your annual reports, to demonstrate cohesion in your values. Finding the right commercial Photographer to create a partnership with will give your visual identity consistency and even more value to the images.

Stand Out From the Crowd

When it comes to social media, exceptional commercial Photography is crucial. Facebook alone has over 300 million photos uploaded to it every day, while Instagram has 58 million. To enable your message to be noticed against a busy backdrop of traffic you need superior quality images which say precisely what you want them to, and which complement your company’s core brand. See more…

02 Oct 2015| 3 comments

Room Seasons products have that extra quality and stylisation that every Food Photographer loves. Nicolas & Damien founders of the company are two talented food professionals who studied together at the internationally acclaimed Institut Paul Bocuse in Lyon France. It was a pleasure for me to work with these great guys in their London based company. I was able to capture the essence of the business via wonderful closeup food shots, full of lovely textures and vibrant colours. Room Seasons provides food room service for 3 and 4 star hotels. I believe the imagery from this shoot captures a 5* service showcasing professional shots of the staff and delectable food in professional packaging. As always my Photography tells a story. A story about a new promising company with fantastic service and products. Without a doubt these food photos will visually enhance any advertising the Room Seasons company does and we wish them all the best for the future!

Take a look at my food portfolio here and feel free to drop me a note. I am a very experienced Food Photographer based in London, also available in Hertfordshire, Essex, the UK and international.
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03 Apr 2013| 2 comments

This medical Photo session, was one of the most interesting subjects I’ve ever had the pleasure to photograph. Dr. Apostolides is a general surgeon doctor. In his more recent years he chose to specialize in Bariatric surgery and he is the founder of “Bariatric Surgery” company, incidentally becoming a very well known doctor in general. It is not a frequent subject, so I was flattered when he called me. My theme was to capture a Medical Photo session for the website of the firm. See more…

23 Feb 2013| 2 comments

Below is a collection of pictures for a luxury mobile phone by Envvvy, targeted specifically for females. Envvvy is an exclusive brand that typically uses precious and/or semi precious metals and stones in their collections, justifying the thousands of pounds they charge for their luxury goods. Popular with the Arabian culture, plus all of those who shop at Harrods, this series of photographs had to be particularly high end and able to lure in this high profile genre of people. This Fashion-look Photoshoot was done in studio and then towards the end outdoors. The models were dressed glamorous and sophisticated to cleverly lure both men and women to wanting what is in the hands of these tall beauties. I particularly enjoyed this shoot as I love photographing long gowns and capturing the way they move on camera.
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