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Education, Location
With schools colleges and Universities hopefully getting back work and some normality in the coming months I have been putting tighter some safety measures and good practices. My photography is based on the reportage style, this means I can stand back and observe, shooting from a distance with a longer lens there is no need to be right up close, I can still get the pictures you need. Added to this I have equipped myself with FFP2 face masks that can be worn while shooting. Getting back to work and using FFP2 face masks means I can offer greater safety over and above standard surgical style masks. With better particle filtering these masks help to protect myself and those around me when I am working on site during the Coronavirus pandemic. I have also been double jabbed but if you have any further questions or specific requirements for working on site then just let me know.
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Editorial, Location
Vocational training in construction. Looking back at this year it’s hard to imagine how much working life could have changed since January. As the year end’s I realise everything has changed. I usually work with people in day to day situations shooting all aspects of the educational system. It requires planning, meetings and setting up and working with people on the ground. As with this shot at TUCA, the tunelling industries train drivers course commissioned by The Construction Industry Training Board the CITB it shows an operative learning how to drive a tunnelling train. Last year an easy enough job but this year almost impossible. However getting the shot is always the job of the photographer. We managed the shoot and once lighting was set up and positions chosen I was able to carry out the commission and many more shots from the day for this Vocational training in construction.
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Location, Prospectus
As a contracted photographer the The University of Reading I am often asked to shoot for the new prospectus.
One such occasion required Student reportage photography to be undertaken, this was to highlight the life of students on campus.
I suggested that we shoot on an open day. this allowed us to sue all of the locations that had been set up to show to prospective students.
Working closely with the Art Director we created body fo work from laboratory image to students in the canteen.
one of my favourite shots is this one and although “acting” I think it portrays something fo the fun of being a student and student life.
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Location, Prospectus
As a contracted photographer the The University of Reading I not only supply educational photography but work on corporate photography for clients. I was recently commissioned by the School of Agriculture to cover Professor Maurice Maloney giving the Edith Mary Gaton memorial Lecture, I provided a series of business style conference shots of the professor giving his speech.
Over the length of the contract I have undertaken many Breakfast meetings in London, evening events, annual balls etc.
This image was firm recent shoot held at the offices of Hogan Lovells in the centre of London.
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Location, Prospectus
Location photography and being an educational photographeris not all about shooting pictures in classrooms, lectures and inside the educational environment but I also have to be versatile enough to be able to capture iconic images of educational architecture. This shot is of a new innovation centre recently opened by The Royal Agricultural University. As well as the student photography you can see on the RAU website I have often been tasked to create images of the various locations they use. how to get interesting image son what quite often can be mundane buildings requires a creative photographer. For this image I decided to shoot at dusk this allowed the sky to become dramatic and the lights form the building were able to illuminate everything else, the addition of a car passing by during the long exposure gave the extra edge as the light trails blurred with the vehicles movement.
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Location, Reportage Photography

I was recently asked to shoot some editorial photography the convocation ceremonies for the Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester, Gloucestershire. The two day commission required location photography as well as event and portrait photography. On the first day HRH Prince Charles was present and greeted the students, although at no point could we to stop the ceremony to get “the best shot” with 20 years of professional photography experience I created some great images for the new prospectus.

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