Having lived in London for the last 4 years and a frequent London Event Photographer, I can say without a doubt that for me one of the highlights of the winter season is all of the London Events that I get to provide my photography services for. In the Summer months I shoot lots of weddings and that doesn’t leave many weekend dates for me to shoot parties or events, be they birthdays, bar mitzvah’s, product launches, conferences, christenings, baptisms, baby showers, staff parties, Christmas parties, Galas, Balls, Black Tie events, PR or Corporate events.Being a London photographer, there is no distinction for me between the different jobs I get booked for. The attention to detail and preparation that I put into all of my photography work is the same, no matter who the client, or however big or small the event. My mission is to capture, document and preserve memories. Capturing the euphoria of many months of blood, sweat and tears poured into a product launch or PR event is no less meaningful or important to me than being perfectly positioned to capture the exact moment a couple are declared husband and wife.The skill and training required to be a great event photographer is every bit as demanding too – the confidence to wait for the perfect shot, balanced with the skill to react with lightning speed to capture a ‘blink-and-you’ve-missed-it’ moment. The ability to deal with challenging lighting conditions and have the equipment and knowledge to capture the beauty and effervescence of your occasion.My clients often comment on how they barely noticed me – and that’s how it should be. I’m not the attraction, I’m photographing it! However, I get ‘into’ the event and document it from the inside, giving you a perspective of your event that you hadn’t noticed at the time. A look through the gallery is often a voyage of discovery, with moments clients’ hadn’t noticed or remembered until the image jogs their memory. I create strong, sparkling, warm images that do you and your event justice.
London-based professional photographer and social media marketer specialising in food, drink, events and travel. I create image portfolios for leading hospitality venues independently and in collaboration with creative agencies. Taking a social-first approach, I like to immerse myself in the action to capture both front of house and back of house, and give a true representation of each individual venue - its people, its food and its customers. My images are great Instagram eye-candy, but can also be edited for press releases and media requests. In fact, my shots have been published in GQ, The Guardian, Time Out, Stylist and The Evening Standard. I like working with small, independent businesses as well as established hospitality groups, and am happy to discuss my services and come up with a plan that suits you - this can include speedy editing turnarounds, late-night / early-morning / weekend sessions and social media assistance. Clients include Patty & Bun, the Bone Daddies family, CoBa, Butchies, Villages Brewery and a number of restaurants in the Fulham Shore stable. Having lived in Australia and Kuala Lumpur, I also like to travel whenever I can – my camera always comes with me. I am also founder and editor of lifestyle website Sharking for Chips and Drinks and co-host of The Beer Podcast.