Artist Tom Cartmill photographed in his studio near Reading in Berkshire.
I specialise in eye catching location portrait photography for business use. This can be carried out at your home, office or other location that is meaningful to you and your occupation.
Location, or environmental photography usually contains more background information than a studio portrait. Used on your website, company report or brochure, the location portrait can convey a feeling of the subject being more involved in their surroundings. Some of my clients say this style of photography lets viewers know more about their daily lives and work than a plain head and shoulders photograph or headshot.
Being photographed 'in context' says so much more about you and what you do. I always feel that you will be a bit more relaxed in your own surroundings and this comes across in the photographs. It can serve to make the image more interesting to look at as well and is often more appropriate for photographs of executives, CEO's and other leaders. If you are considering location portrait photography as an alternative to the photo studio, call me on 0118 9885088 for a no obligation chat.
David Domoney, host of ITV's 'Love Your Garden'
Amanda Mesler, CEO of Logica (now CGI). Photographed at a business park near Leatherhead.
A sports centre with very limited surroundings was the venue for this portrait of Anne Diamond. Location photography is often about making the best of the surroundings you find yourself in.
Daniel Galmiche, formerly of L’Ortolan Restaurant near Reading. Now head chef at The Vineyard in Stockcross.
Julie Walters was a pleasure to photograph. The venue was the beautiful Grayshott Spa in Surrey.
I was asked to photograph Raymond Blanc at Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons near Oxford, his two Michelin star restaurant.
A portrait of Simon Burgess, video director. Photographed at Henley Rowing Museum.
I was asked to photograph the lovely Kim Wilde at a BBC filming session. The greenhouse was the perfect place - it was a little chilly outside :)
Relaxed outdoor portraits for the staff of Intelligent Health, a company devoted to promoting physical health as a means to improve peoples' lives.
A portrait of Nick Kirby, master cabinet maker and kitchen designer.
Some office environmental portraits. Being photographed with a slightly wider angle of view whilst at work conveys a totally
different impression than head and shoulders portraits against a studio background.
A portrait of Ellie, a budding professional violinist. Photographed on location near Eversley in Hampshire.
Taking musicians and other performers out of their normal performance environment results in a striking portrait that stands out.
Group or team photographs? Large or small, these kind of images are organised quickly and efficiently without fuss.
A couple of outdoor portraits at the Thrive Charity near Reading.
Another set of office portraits – real people in their work environment.
James Smithers, Managing Director of Innovate Space, a construction company based in Woking.
Martin Stephenson and friends, photographed on location in Scotland.