Corporate and Commerical photography is a type of photography used for promoting a company’s brand, products and services. Over the last few years, I have been asked to work as a photographer on many corporate photography jobs in Aberdeen, here’s a selection of images taken recently. Bookings can be made in the contact section or directly email@example.com
Images taken a few years ago that I just found, I thought I would share them with you as this was a great fun shoot lasting two days at BAAD where Obscure Couture used to work from and create all of their work. It was fun working with the two owners of the company for many years and always loved to shoot for them.
Models : Lauren Andrew & Marlies Roland
Shot in Barcelona for Chouchou with Silvia Pellegrino. The images were taken deep in the the side streets of Barcelona where the main workspace of the creativity of the company happens. Barcelona is a great place to photograph and is great to shoot out with the UK and exploring more areas of lighting and creativity. Thanks to everyone involved.
A new love of documentary photography over at Yarson Tattoo Studio in Aberdeen, home of Yarson Stahowic, Simon Smith, Joshua James Glick and Lee Radley during one of their regular guest spots. This time around it was the legendary Jordan Oterski and Arron Raw who were inking in what is widely becoming known as the most awesome tattoo studio in the north east of Scotland. Here’s to you guys and everyone involved.
Last year I was asked to photograph one of my favourite places to eat in Aberdeen, it’s good vibes and awesome food is a must do if you visit the city. with the additions to the ‘Nuart’ pieces that have sprung up around the city, why not make the most of it and start or end your journey through town seeing all the new art pieces here!
“Cafe Contour is a bustling wee cafe which resonates with the chatter of hungry students and young professionals. We provide some of the freshest, tastiest and original sandwiches in Aberdeen. With such offerings as The Mona Lisa, Pistol Pete, and Squakin Ranch. The Menu is adventurous as it is generous. It’s all served alongside banging homemade soups, scrumptious cakes and homebakes, set against a backdrop of good tunes, nice folk and relaxed cafe vibes.
While the cafe is where the action happens, we also provide an top-notch outside catering service, which can provide everything from restaurant-grade hot meals and bespoke lunch orders to conference platters and the odd bacon roll”
go visit their site for more details www.contourcatering.co.uk
London has one of that biggest and in my opinion best collections of street art to be found on earth. During a recent visit to Shoreditch i could not resist taking a gander for myself. To my delight I was not disappointed.
With every corner I turned, I noticed something new, whether it was small tag, paste ups or a massive mural stretching its way up a multi story building, so many colours and textures to entice you to explore further. Personally my favourite corners were those that lead onto the all too famous Brick Lane. It was a pleasure to see so many like minded artists coming together and finding their perfect space on this beautiful canvas.
Shoreditch seemed an exciting place to be a few years ago, with new ideas and a sense of freedom from Central London. Independent shops dotted everywhere, late night parties escapes and so much more. Some people think it is not the same place as it once was, it’s buzz has worn off, but the postcode of E1 will be firmly marked in the street art history books for all to enjoy for many years to come.
If street art and graffiti is your thing and your in London, I think you would be crazy to miss these fantastic opportunities to see so many recognisably unique styles and original pieces from some of the worlds most famous artist, such like Stik, Shepard Fairey, Ben Eine, Invader, Ozmo, ROA, to name but a few. These guys come from as far as New York, Brazil and Japan, just to shake those cans and show London what they are made of.