Fabulous corporate shoot in Cambridgeshire

A couple of months ago I met a group of lovely friendly business people, running a recruitment firm in Cambridgeshire. – I paid a visit to them in 2017, however, with a few new starters they wanted some fresh imagery.

An enjoyable morning shoot followed by.. plenty of laughter, smiles and work.

An enjoyable introduction to Golf….

An enjoyable introduction to Golf.
To be honest, I’m not really a big golf fan, I’ve never seen the appeal of spending several hours walking around the course – however, two weeks ago armed with my camera gear, umbrella (not needed, but felt it helped me look the part!) and a golf buggy (thank goodness for this!) I had the pleasure of attending the BIG C corporate golf day at Bawburgh Golf Club.

It took me an hour or so to learn the course, where I could and couldn’t go and how to avoid the flying the golf balls.
What transpired was an enjoyable day shooting images of the various teams taking on the 18 holes – I learnt a lot and a ball (excuse pun!) but for what it’s worth, I’ll stick to the cycle for my leisure activity!

Atmospheric shoot of the NDR | Norfolk

The brief was to capture some atmospheric and descriptive images of the NDR and in particular where it meets the A1067 in Norwich.. I arrived on site particularly early, greeted by a Autumnal mist and some stunning morning light.
Add a couple of gradient filters and the brief was achieved.
Wish the morning light always played the game and performed when required.

A spot of corporate photography in Suffolk

A little more corporate photography recently on the Suffolk/Cambridgeshire border… shooting with a couple of strobes and utilizing the gorgeous light from a bright office, some pleasing imagery was achieved.

Modern business portraiture in Cambridge

I Shot some enjoyable portraiture this week for the friendly folks at Future business.

The stunning buildings (in Peterborough & Cambridge) are home to dozens of eco and social enterprise businesses and honestly it seems everyone has a smile!

Getting away from the corporate style of photography, they want images that offer a slightly more relaxed and modern feel and I guess images that are more personable – something I love to shoot!