As a photographer it can be well worth looking over your own photographs from past years, partly to see how far you’ve come in your quest to always take better photographs. Doing so can also turn up some images that you’re particularly pleased with. In this occasional series I’ll be dipping into my archive, posting images from years gone by that I’m especially pleased with, and will explain a bit about the photo.
I’m really pleased that I can now reveal a piece of work I was approached to do back in October 2015, and again in January 2016. Birmingham-based General Public, artists Elizabeth Rowe and Chris Poolman, contacted me to take some photographs for them as a part of a contemporary art project they were working on called The Hop Project. The Hop Project starts from “an exploration
Back in March of this year I wrote a blog about how a few of my commercial clients use the photographs that I’ve taken for them. Today I’ll fill that in with screenshots of how my clients use my photographs, taken from annual reports, brochures, websites, and social media where my photographs have helped my clients stand out from their competitors.