Industrial photographer, working in Warwickshire,Coventry,North Cotswolds and across the UK
Industrial and corporate photographer working in Warwickshire, Coventry, West Midlands,London & across the UK.
Producing photography for industry and commerce, in a variety of styles and approaches, based in Stratford on Avon, I cover Warwickshire, Coventry, Birmingham and across the UK, providing images that work on websites, annual reports and across all media, highly stylised or simple reportage, appropriate to the audience and communication of the Brand.
Industrial Photographer based in Warwickshire and working in the West Midlands, Coventry,Warwick, Leamington Spa and the Cotswolds.
I have been an Industrial photographer since I graduated, as I set up a studio in Birmingham it was inevitable that my client base would be industry that the West Midlands was so famous for, producing work for many of the local companies such as GKN and many automotive product manufactures, although my direction changed and I worked across many industries I would enjoy a few commissions each year that were in what is described as industry.
Now the areas are blurred, so many are in super clean environments where the process is hidden, the product maybe a nano part or even a service that is industrially based, so much is about the service aspect that the shop floor is rarely seen. However I relish the opportunity to work in the workplace, my roots were in the Black Country and my childhood memories of foundries and working for a short while on the factory floor as a labourer are something that still excites me.
Photographer of industry and commerce across Warwickshire, Coventry, North Cotswolds and across the UK.
Ever since I set up a studio in the 1970's in Birmingham, I have worked on industrial projects, often in factories, warehouses & even on Oil platforms in the North Sea and the USA.
I have used a variety of styles to deliver images that communicate the workings of industry. Annual reports, websites and all media that require images of the industrial and commercial.
Many websites are sadly using generic stock images that do not represent the actual business, images of 'models' in pristine overalls pointing with meaning?
I believe that the customers respect that real people work in factories and they should look real, that is the type of image I deliver, especially portraits of workers and directors, and producing images that give a reality and connectivity to the customers.