Making Art To Reflect A Personality

I have recently not been spending my evenings in the photo pit jumping around getting the perfect angle for a guitar solo or some wild dance moves that doesn’t mean I have been sitting on the sofa taking it easy.

The last few weeks have been spent working closely with artists to create images for their upcoming projects, and its been amazing! I have been up and down the country working on album/ep images, promotional imagery, general headshots and stock images for bands and artists.

Whilst I cannot show you the images as of yet. I would like to outline the important of being able to work on the move. Whilst I base myself in Nottingham and Swadlincote, my studio can go on the road. Recently transforming a recording studio into a studio for one client who was working on a budget. I am here to work with artists and not just take their money. I was it to be as cost effective for them as possible.

As well as this, I have been out on location. All I have been carrying is a flash, a flash stand and the camera. Using the knowledge of my kit I have been able to capture the mood to the bands desirability. I cannot wait to show you the images. But for now… heres a few of the spots we used and me in action with Crosslight!

 A few people to thank! (Check out links at the bottom)
AJ’s Studio & Camera Supplies - incredible customer service and delivery, great range of backdrops too!
MagMod Flash Diffusers and Modifiers. I literally use them on every shoot!
Paul W Dixon - for helping out on one of the projects
And of course, the bands and organisations:
Jack Galloway, Chantal, Jack and Chantal (yes that is the first two as a duo), Crosslight and Essential Site Skills. All of which (except Chantal) are repeat customers so know the kind of service I can deliver.

I am taking plenty of bookings in March, either in the Swadlincote or Nottingham based studios as well as on-location. Want to do something epic? get in touch or find prices here

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