London photographer commissions DJC Design

Published on Wed Jun 8, 2011 by

Commercial photographer Neil Spence contacted me to project manage and deliver a high quality website for his London photography business. The clean, uncluttered look reflects his professional and business orientated take on image making. Neil wanted the end user to browse easily through the stunning imagery and required a horizontal gallery system. Well worth a check through his photographs, some stunning work!

 

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Check his site here www.neilspencephotography.com

"DJC Design did an amazing job building our website. From start to finish incredibly professional and patient. Exceptional high standards in design and client relations make this a company I would happily recommend to others." Neil Spence

If you are a photographer and looking for some help with your website please get in touch.

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