Curiscope, a virtual reality education company needed some PR Brand Photography for their website and social media. The producers needed both stills and video as part of the final deliverables. I was booked to photograph the behind the scenes (BTS) stills and produce additional specials photography that created fun, interactive content of the talent.
With experience as an on set photographer I understand the importance of time and making opportunities happen. Producer Ed was on hand to steal the talent when they had a break from filming for a quick stills photoshoot on the side. We were able to focus our time on getting genuine reactions and a lifestyle feeling to the images. Another key part of the brief was to capture the kids interacting with the product in a way that showed clearly the product and technology used.
We ended up using a mixture of natural light and the on set available lights inbetween takes. Sometimes a still photographer can’t get the best angle during the main shoot so it’s vital to speak up and grab that 1 minute with the talent at the appropriate time to get a better angle and face to camera options.
Commercials BTS Stills Photographer Brighton
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Dionne Edwards (Director and Screenwriter) and Georgia Goggin (Producer) have made 5 short films together under their production company Teng Ten Films. Their most recent short film 'We Love Moses' was supported by Film London, Signature Pictures and Sugar Film Labs. Premiered at the BFI London Film Festival in 2016 and has screened at 40 festivals worldwide including TIFF and nominated for the HBO short film award 2017.
Above, is a photo from our publicity photoshoot in East London at the Farrs School of Dancing. I've worked with Georgia as her stills photographer on short films 'The Riot Act', 'We Love Moses' and 'Chocolate Pieces'.
If you are a producer, director, filmmaker needing new images for your social media and publicity please get in touch on email@example.com or phone on 07596114846.
Stylist magazine brand event and launch at Selfridges in Manchester. Store event photography and social media use.
For the last year I have been working closely with William Hill and their branding department with their corporate photography. For the AP photo shoot I was asked to capture images for their in store communications campaign. A quick turnaround was essential as images were sent to print the following day. I packed the car with all the gear and drove off to AP's estate in Berkshire.
All I can say is wow, what a pad and a perfect place to set up for a quick shoot. I set up in his games room using my go to backdrop and profoto lights. We rattled through varying poses and outfit changes. The main brief was to capture AP holding the William Hill Plus Card in varying positions so their graphic designers had several options for placement of text. Simples! I packed the car, stopped at the service station and spent a couple of hours on the very slow internet uploading the TIFF files for immediate delivery to the William Hill in house communications team. Happy to say I just missed out on a parking ticket for overstaying my welcome at the service station. Ah the dedication!!
This was a fun photo shoot on location in West London. I was contacted through an entertainment agency whose client was Carphone Warehouse. They needed professional PR photography for a change over of their precious company mascot 'Mowbli' and I was to document the new Mowbli being built on the Carphone Warehouse HQ building.
I worked closely with the head of PR and advertising agency to shoot, edit and deliver images straight away for circulation in the press that evening for the news story to spread the following day.
London PR Photographer
With a PR story, the images needed to capture a fun, eye capturing moment, which was using the builders to represent Mowbli's waving hand! Many photographers would miss this extra step. I do try to offer my clients a different twist and understand whilst you need the go to 'normal' images, its nice to offer variation!