It was again a pleasure to support a local Fakenham organisation – this time FDHA, who produce some beautiful horticultural shows throughout the year. Here’s a brief selection from their Early Autumn Show 2017
Lucky me! Some more burlesque performers at the studio for photographs… 🙂 I’ve photographed the lovely Yippee IKay before and this time she came with her friend and fellow performer Redd Peaches and we had a fabulous day of shooting. Professional, but fun and lovely, these ladies know how to make a good picture!
One of my favourite shoots. Everything to do with the people and nothing at all (honest!!) to do with the beer. Oh well, maybe just a little bit….
I was asked to do a range of product shots, in and out of the studio, together with some ‘at work’ shots and staff and team profile pictures. These were for their publicity and their new website – www.norfolkbrewhouse.co.uk.
Thoroughly enjoyed myself – they were a great team to work with…
It was a complete pleasure to photograph at First Focus recently as a commission from The Fakenham Beacon for publication in their June 2017 issue. First Focus does such a valuable job and is run with such dedication that it deserves all the exposure and plaudits it gets. Thank you to all the members of First Focus who allowed me to photograph then and to manager April Simnor for her enthusiastic support.
It was great to be asked to update the photos for Fakenham’s private hire, chauffeur and wedding service, Near and Far. I’d taken the original photos for Chris’s website and publicity material but now that Chris has updated his car, he needed some more. We used the same location and repeated a number of the previous shots as Chris had been so pleased with them. The car is magnificent!
I got to know lovely burlesque performer Yippee IKay a couple of years ago and I’m now pleased to say that she’s a friend as well as a wonderful talent! Yippee came to the studio recently for a shoot and we were lucky enough (with the weather) to do both some inside and outside shots of a couple of her routines, which she will be using for promotion and to send to castings. At the end of the shoot we had a little time left just to have some fun taking pictures with some of her fantastic clothing and props.
I have done lots of work over the last few years for Bridget Mitchell (aka ARCA Preservation), Helhoughton based professional conservator and bespoke box maker – sixteen or so shoots recording her lovely work at the last count. The images, in a variety of sizes, are for her publicity and towards building her website in due course.