I met Kerry through the Kent Wedding Circle which is a fabulous group of people who work together to promote the very best in wedding suppliers. I then met up with her again at the opening of the new Winston Suite at the Dover Marina Hotel where she was performing live for the esteemed guests. Kerry had asked to photograph her in situ for some new images for her website and it was my pleasure to help.
You can find out more about Kerry on her website here. Although she’s petite, her singing certainly packs a punch.
She can create bespoke packages for your event and has great experience working in hotels and on cruise ships. She’s funny and quirky and has a slight Irish lilt to her accent although she actually hails from Leicester.
You might also like to follow her on Facebook and Instagram.
I have known Kate for a long time. We used to work in London together and have stayed friends ever since. In fact, one of her sons is my godson so we have a wonderful connection and every good reason to stay in touch.
Kate has recently trained and qualified as a bookkeeper and has launched her business www.crystalbooks.co.uk. She is based in Rayleigh, Essex and is looking to work with local companies who she can meet up with in person and to help them through the often confusing financial maze.
Kate has worked hard on her website but wanted to get some new images so that she can use them on LinkedIn and other social media sites. And I was more than happy to oblige …
This is only a few of the images that we managed to achieve. Despite having to dodge the deluges of rain, we were also able to get outside so that Kate has a good selection of images to use going forward.
If I can help you tell your business story, using excellent quality, professional images, why not get in touch. You could also give me a call and my number is listed on my site.
Good luck in your new business Kate and I look forward to seeing you again in the future xxx
I have known Lisa for many years now, we met at a networking group and have kept in touch. You can see Lisa’s site here: www.honeyinteriordesign.co.uk. She has an amazing eye, especially with the use of colours, and it has been wonderful to work with her over the years. Slightly fearful of being behind the camera herself, I was delighted that she also asked me to do some headshots and “behind the scene” images for her at her studio in Hythe.
Personal branding photography is about telling the story behind the person. Their inspiration, their ethos, their skill, their creativity. I’m so pleased that Lisa’s website is full of amazing images that we created together. Lisa wrote out a plan, we worked to a schedule and produced some excellent, high quality images that really speak to her future clients.
If you are looking for excellent, professional images to tell your business story, please do get in touch.
It’s not always the most comfortable place to be, in front of a camera but I was introduced to Rosemary by her mum who I had met at a networking group and who was confident that I would be the perfect photographer to capture Rosemary and her personality and what she offers as the thevegannutritionist.co.uk. We met on a bright, sunny day in Sandwich and strolled along the river, also cheekily sneaking into the The Salutation Gardens to use a few of their beautifully created flowerbeds as a backdrop.
You might like to follow Rosemary on Instagram – her feed is full of bright, engaging images and healthy tips too.
If you are a nutritionist or specialise in helping people live the life they love by investigating alternative diets, please do get in touch. We can tell your story through powerful, strong imagery and encourage people to investigate your business in more depth.
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I met Edwin a few years ago, he is a freelance financial editor and translator from German and French into English. He wanted some new headshot images which reflected him in his home environment as he works predominantly from home:
Relaxed images were important to Edwin and so we took time to move around the grounds so that we could get a good variety of images.
I’m delighted to see that Edwin is still using one of the images that we took for his LinkedIn profile too: Edwin Duncombe on LinkedIn
Business headshots don’t always have to be office based. They need to reflect you as a person and how you want you and your business to be perceived. Edwin’s images are a great example of this. So don’t feel as though you have to have a pristine office (I certainly don’t …) why not get in touch to enquire about personal branding photography options to suit your business: Click here to get in touch
The lovely Alice Treharne, who is just so bubbly and outgoing and quite amazing, asked me to capture both some new headshots for social media and also to follow her on an SLT session with a client and a selection of those images were used both in printed leaflets and also online.
The session was with a client of Alice’s called John who had suffered a stroke. When I first arrived, there was white noise playing in the background which calms the mind and clears the thoughts. I found being part of the session quite humbling – John’s family is hugely supportive in his journey back to health and when I first arrived, I have to admit that I found it challenging to understand him.
But with determination and Alice’s guidance, after around 40 minutes, John was speaking so much more clearly and communicating his thoughts. And making us laugh too.
I very much enjoyed working with Alice and meeting one of her clients. Should you ever be in need of a wonderfully talented speech and language therapist, please look Alice up:
If you offer services similar to Alice or are in the process of rebranding, whether you are producing new literature or website, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. You can fill out a contact form here:
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