This past year I have found myself, inexplicably, walking the red carpets of film premieres for features such as Legend and The Martian. Whilst gleefully striding the read walkway I had previously admired from afar - or rather skipping if my memory serves correctly - I managed to refrain from inappropriately running and screaming at some of my all-time film heroes. With indescribable excitement coursing through me I thought to myself, among other things, "Gosh, you're a lot smaller in real life" and "My shoes are better than yours, but damn I'd kill for your suit..." Admittedly, this is definitely the more glamorous side of the motion picture industry, and I classed these jobs as some of my biggest and most unforeseen achievements to date. As a photographer with a burning desire to work in film, randomly finding myself on the red carpet was undeniably the most thrilling thing to happen in my career thus far.
My Career consists of three elements all within photography. I work frequently as a freelance photographer, working with high profile clientele, I don't turn down any jobs remaining versatile is a great for work. I also work as a field editor, travelling with photographers to events, editing their work live and sending straight to picture desks all across the world. I also work as a photographic assistant, running on photography sets and assisting with direction and shooting.
- Introduced to website design, layout and creating features (all on WordPress). - Learnt how to creatively manipulate social media reach: Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. - Directed picture editing, creating a body of work fit for online audience. - Created professional relationships with International Clients including World Press Photo & Nikon. - Photographer/videographer for NOOR milestone events. - Liaised high profile with clients daily, perfecting professional communication. - Co-ordinated sales of work to clients world-wide. - Head of organising a tactical pop up exhibition, ahead of the internationally renowned competition World Press Photo - awards days in Amsterdam. The Exhibition was hung in bar opposite where the celebrations were taking place. We gave our guests beer tokens as an informal invitation to the event. The works hung on the walls were previous winning images of our photographers from the World Press Photo Contest. - Created edit, designed graphic content, created floor plan, liaised with printers and hung the exhibition myself. - Personal Assistant to Stanley Greene. - Arranged travel, accommodation & Transport for photographers. - Handled personal errands and organisation for photographers. - Handled competition submissions for photographers.
Worked as a photographer based in Cornwall, worked with a variety of different clients, specialized in performing arts
Press & Editorial Photography
Fine Art Photography