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Shooting For Numatic International And Lovin It !

Back in February, I was approached by the marketing team at Numatic International who you probably know for their famous Henry Vacuum Cleaner brand.
They had the opportunity to showcase one of their commercial products on location in an Mc Donalds restaurant which was closed to the public during the Covid lockdown.

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April A Month On The Road

April 2021 continued like last year but with a slightly bigger bang.
I had started a contract last year shooting for a holiday company capturing holiday cottages and other holiday accommodation for the homestay holiday market.

Ironically the travel industry is one of those hardest hit by the Covid pandemic yet this provided the homestay U.K market with a huge boost for demand.

The past 4 weeks have turned out to be been very busy with me clocking up well over 2 thousand miles on my travels and shooting huge amounts of images.
In between, I’ve also been busy finishing off a video production for another client so juggling the two has been at times interesting!

I’m looking as we all are to the better weather as we move into May (hopefully) and exploring more beautiful countryside and beaches that the South West of England offers in abundance.

Here are a few images I’ve grabbed on my travels.

Somerset Life Magazine Features Project

As Ive mentioned in several posts before that last year I picked up my Life In A Somerset Landscape Project once again after a short break.
Using the power of social media I made some incredible connections of people to photograph to the point of being a little overwhelmed.

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Advertising Photography Shoot For Receipt Bank

Advertising Photography Shoot For Receipt Bank

Back at the end of November last year I was contacted by my client Receipt Bank and asked to look over a location-based advertising photography brief they needed shooting.
To give you a brief overview Receipt Bank produce an app that allows business owners to easily scan their receipts avoiding spending valuable time manually entering them into spreadsheets.
The brief was simply to capture three business owners at their places of work with the final images being printed on the walls in Receipt Bank’s London offices and potentially other media.
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