Portrait Photography and Headshot Photography in Kent and the south of England.
I have a lot of experience in producing quality portrait and headshot photography. I have shot for a wide range of clients and applications from actors to authors and of course for a family keep sakes.
Family portrait photography
I really enjoy interacting with people and that is exactly what I do when I am shooting a portrait of somebody. The shoot itself can take place pretty much anywhere you like.
On location, in your home, in my modest studio which is located in the heart of the Kent countryside.
Some of my portrait photography and headshot photography as been used in editorial in many national magazines, like this one for Yours or as actor and musician headshots.
Mike Owen fashion, advertising and beauty photographer is holding an exhibition of his work at the Burton Gallery in Broadstairs in October and November.
I strongly believe that only ‘passport type’ pictures should be boring, head on, eyes to camera pictures. Interesting locations, camera angles and lighting will make you standout from the crowd especially if you need it for business use.
If your after a family portrait the same approach applies. As timeless family pictures will stay on your wall and trigger treasured memories for years to come.
Therefore this is why no two shoots are the same. I like to approach each one differently and will discuss your requirements with you. Contact me to discuss what is is you are looking for.
I cover Kent, Sussex, Surrey, Essex and most London areas.
Here are a few examples of my portrait photography and headshot photography.
Helen Hanson, (64) suffers from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). True life health feature. She is the chair of SADA, (the Seasonal Affective Disorders Association), which offers support and information to sufferers of SAD.
Mark Dorman MD of Prins Forklifts Ltd, Lympne Distribution Park, Lympne, Hythe. UK Distributors of Cesab Forklifts.
Which Ltd. Money May 2017 : Pension Lump Sums, Robert Edmunds.
Lloyds Bank Consumer Digital Index : Margate, Sara McDonough.
Moving Memory Dance is a dance theatre company set up by artistic director Sian Stevenson for older women. Their main company are made up entirely of ladies over 50 most of whom have no precious dance background and have started this as a way to fill their retirement. Some are even in their eighties! The idea is to share the stories and give a voice to the memories and feelings of older women through dance. The company also do work in residential homes and with adults with mental health issues using dance to boost their confidence and self-esteem as well as being great exercise for the body and mind. Artistic Sian Stevenson. (Photo by Matt Bristow/mattbristow.net)
Business Headhshot Photography
Smye-Rumsby Ltd Staff group shots.
Which? Ltd. Money June 2017 p10-12 Money clinic, Terry Cunningham, Maidstone. Terry fell foul of an investment scam.
Shop owner Stacy Bilson. 104 High Street, Herne Bay, 1940s tea room. 1940s tea room opened by Stacy Bilson.
James Cohen Whitstable Store Manager. Aldi Store Manager Photography, Ramsgate.
Actors Headshot Photography
Paul Edlin, artistic director of the Deal Festival.
John Goold, new musical director of Betteshanger Colliery Welfare Band.
JULY 03: Zoflora and Caudwell Children’s Wild Garden. RHS Gold medal and BBC People’s choice award winning designers Adam White and Andree Davis from Davies White Landscape Architects created a beautiful and engaging sensory garden especially deigned for children that have some form of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The garden weas unveiled by TV presenter Gethin Jones.
Commercial fruit farmer David Long, in his orchards at Marshgate Farm in Kent. His work on biodiversity is reducing the pesticides used in his orchards.
Which Money July 2016: Your money savers: gardening, Mary Kidd, Folkestone. Mary saved money on roses by opting for bare-roots rather than potted plants.
Canterbury College, New Dover Road, Canterbury. Principal Graham Razey.