Interiors Photography

Professional photography of a bright and airy designed sitting room featuring bespoke cushions
View of a modern hallway featuring a grand piano in the centre with a piece of modern art behind

It is vital to your business that your marketing images should  highlight your work at its best. This is where I can really help you as I specialise in interiors photography.




My role as an interiors photographer is to create images that capture the passion and the emotion that you felt while you designed your project.

As a professional interiors photographer, I can help you by bringing a range of skills and experience to your project. It starts with the technicalities of capturing the images.

This requires appropriate lens choices and the right range of exposures to bring out all the features of the room. I prefer to use natural light, however will introduce artificial light where necessary.

The skill is then in the editing where images are blended together  preserving or creating  the required ambience, and ensuring everything is kept in balance.

My natural style is to produce images that appear bright and airy however I always liaise with you so that I can capture the required ambience.

Corner of a room with a dark blue feature wall and contemporary white fireplace. There are two bright yellow easy chairs adjacent to the fireplace.
Ultra modern kitchen in white grey and blue featuring a centre island with bar stools. Highlighted are the blue full length curtains and roman blinds

Case study: Sophie Sews

Sophie is one of my long-standing interiors photography clients. She specialises in curtains and blinds and also supplies soft furnishings. Sophie is really clued up about marketing and knows the importance that photography brings to her interior design business.

Sophie is very proactive with her clients and always  gains permission for a photo shoot before her clients have placed their order. This means that when she organises her shoots, she has a reservoir of keen homeowners willing to have their properties photographed.

Sophie really gets value for money from her investment in a day’s photography.
Sophie always chooses her clients carefully so that she can feature the products and services that she wishes to market to her client base.

Over the years I have gained a deep insight into what is important to Sophie so that I can capture the right looks and angles. I know that Sophie requires an overview of each project as well as the important details such as tiebacks for the curtains or the detailed finish on the cushions. I have become tuned into the style that Sophie has and edit the images accordingly.

In a typical day’s photography, Sophie picks me up from home around 9 am and takes me on a pre-scheduled route. She continually liaises with the office to ensure that the day progresses smoothly and that her clients remain well informed about our likely arrival time. Sophie always has a backup plan in case things change. In the past, that meant visiting new properties under the management of an estate agent where Sophie has supplied all of the curtains and blinds.

Detail of bright blue textured curtains with a silver rope effect holdback.
Detail of a wooden window seat with blue and grey details and cushions

For Sophie, having regular photoshoots has made a huge difference to her business and she typically organises around 2-3 shoots annually.

Sophie believes that having a pool of marketing material has been instrumental to growing her business such that she has now taken some retail premises. She has told me that a good part of her success is down to having marketing images that are a cut above the competition.

So, if you have a special project that warrants extra attention, do not hesitate to get in touch to discuss your vision and needs for your particular project, please fill out the contact form below.


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