Events & PR
Are you responsible for events and PR marketing within your company ?
To create the right publicity or brand awareness you need the power of PR and events imagery to bring your story to life.
With the experience and skill to be able to capture those images. I will help you reach your clients with the right message.
Work includes a number of large brands such as Whirlpool and some top PR agencies in the UK. I also work with small enterprises and charities too.
I have covered everything from publicity stunts in Trafalgar Square through to photographing bras for a cancer charity.
Other subjects such as presentations and company AGM’s also feature.
What can I bring to your organisation.
With many years of experience producing events and PR images, I am able to capture the perfect set of images to help sell and promote your business. This experience is invaluable as I have an insight when to release the shutter.
I am also very discreet, merging into the background at your event which is perfect when dealing with high profile clients.
I work to your brief to tell the story of your business, event or product. I like to capture all of the details to enhance that story and really bring it to life.
What you can expect.
I will attend your event at the time requested and aim to capture the images according to the brief and often add some extra creative shots too.
The images are processed promptly according to your deadlines and delivered to you in both print and web resolutions so that you can use them as you wish for an unlimited time.
To find out more and request some pricing please contact me or use the contact form below.
Case study: Christmas in July
It was pleasing to receive the call from one of my regular PR clients ‘PR Direct’ for events and PR photography. The ‘Christmas in July’ event was hosted at the KitchenAid experience showroom in Wigmore Street, London and sponsored by Whirlpool.
It was organised by 4 PR agencies – Fab Comm, Nudge, Taste and PR Direct. This was a media event aimed at homeware magazines and bloggers at about the time they are planning their Christmas issues. It was a surprise to me that they plan these issues in July. However it was very unseasonable for this event to be organised for one of the hottest days of this rather memorable summer. The agencies had done a grand job of making the store look christmassy though.
It was perfect timing when I arrived. Things were getting off to a rather busy start so I set to work straight away. It only took a couple of shots before I was in full swing. The lighting was very conducive for this type of event photography, giving a beautiful ambience to all of the shots – perfect for the Christmas theme.
For me, I was in full reportage mode doing what I do best – picking off moments. The brief was to show off all of the suppliers at their best. There was to be special emphasis on the venue, as the parent company were sponsoring the event.
I have carried out a number of these types of shoots now and I have begun to recognise some of the characters involved. The were a few ‘celebrities’ to watch out for, although as I do not watch ‘Bake Off’ I didn’t have a clue who they were! Sarah from PR Direct put me right.