Get in touchLiverpool, England, UK.
07810 321 634
0151 735 1641
Bringing a fresh approach to public relations, PR, editorial, publicity and press photography in Liverpool, Merseyside, the North West and across the UK - at very competitive rates.
I have worked as a freelance editorial and press photographer for over 13 years and have supplied images to a range of national and international clients. These have included press agencies, national and international newspapers, public relations and marketing companies and directly with many businesses looking to promote their products, brands and services. I am used to working to strict briefs and tight deadlines. Consistent quality and reliability means that clients get great photos, delivered on time.
Publications have included: Irish Times, The Guardian, The Economist, The Independant, Diagonal, Evening Standard, Press Association, The Telegraph, The Times, Bak Magazine, Liverpool Echo, Metro, Match Magazine, NCE News, BMA News, Bloomberg, Business Week, Vice Magazine and I submit images to a number of media agencies.
Agencies have included: Amplify PR, Bell Pottinger, CIB Communications, Edelman New York, Environment Media Group, Frank PR, Fusion PR, Gemini PR, Green Communications, Media Safari, Muckle Media, One Green Bean, Pitch PR, PR Boutique, Red Consultancy, SCS Marketing, Seymour PR, Source Marketing Communications, Spotty Dog Communications, Stripe Communications, Tangerine PR, Third City PR, Wyatt International
I use high quality Pro Digital SLR Nikon equipment and provide a quick online image delivery service to all clients via DropBox or WeTransfer. I always carry kit backups and off-camera-lighting. And of course am fully insured with Public Liability Insurance and Professional Indemnity Insurance.
I am a member of the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) carrying a press card and often am available for last minute and urgent commissions or assignments. Give me a call on +44 (0) 7810 321634 or send me an email and I will get back to as soon as I can.
Author: David Colbran