All posts with the tag "pr"
A quick summary of recent photography work at the beginning of 2022, which hopefully signals a return to business as normal for photographic commissions on Merseyside.
Published on Wed Mar 2, 2022
A couple of weeks ago I was honoured to be asked to present and exhibit some of my artworks at the Unmasked Digifest and annual research conference 2021, based in Durban, South Africa
Published on Thu Nov 4, 2021
Liverpool photographer David available to help businesses that are beginning to plan portrait shoots, events and conferences.
Published on Tue Apr 13, 2021
A few years ago I started a project about energy sites and power stations in the UK, examining the boundaries of these sites and impact either side on the natural environment.
Published on Wed Feb 24, 2021
I am excited to announce that you can now buy Fine Art Photography Prints in my online shop. I've sold a few limited editions in the past to clients and friends and now open this up to everyone.
Published on Wed Sep 23, 2020
An in-depth case study detailing the processes helping a company market and launch their first product line in Merseyside.
Published on Wed Dec 11, 2019
I recently completed a few private commissions for prom photography. A prom is an important milestone of school life. You will want quality prom pictures that will last for years. I'm your guy.
Published on Wed Sep 4, 2019
I caught up with some of the climate protesters in London recently - Extinction Rebellion Cyclists in central London / Tate Modern
Published on Tue May 7, 2019
In 2006 I was contacted by a design agency here on Merseyside to help them photograph their forthcoming debut album cover. Exciting times !
Published on Thu Apr 18, 2019
Recently I was contacted by a Cambridge based PR agency, who represent a Swedish engineering company and for trade press they need some portraits of one of the chief engineers on a project.
Published on Tue Mar 26, 2019
"Just wanted to drop you a line to say thank-you so much for the brilliant job you did for us in Bootle barracks the other week - we hit the Echo and also the Plymouth Daily (where we have an interest in veterans services) so we were dead chuffed."