Stoke-on-Trent Freelance Photographer
Recently my work as a freelance photographer covering Stoke-On-Trent has led to quite a variety of shoots. Shooting portraits for Mercedes or visiting a fabulous new housing scheme for Sanctury (see samples below). Photographing a successful CEO or doing PR shoot with the fire brigade, it’s all interesting variety.
As a freelance photographer I shoot PR, Commercial and industrial photography. I pride myself in being punctual, professional, creative and will always go that extra mile to ensure my clients are delighted. I prices I quote are typically ‘all in’ including travel. The images are supplied digitally in any form required and I always provide an online gallery. Click through to my Zenfolio page to see the archive of client’s work. This is ideal for sharing across multiple people or groups.
Freelance Commercial Photographer and Videographer in Stoke-on-Trent
As a training video journalist, I also provide video content in raw of edited form. I capture high quality audio for interviews or general coverage. I can provide HD or 4K footage, as required. Video content is becoming an increasingly important part of marketing. Often a website will feature video backgrounds on landing pages and video content for social media is vital. Many of my clients require both stills and video capturing of the same subject. That way they are getting as much material as they could ever use in one cost effective hit.
PR Photography in the Stoke-on-Trent Area
As a freelance PR photographer I regularly am commissioned for shoots in Stoke-on-Trent. Even though I am based in Sheffield, Stoke-on-Trent is only forty odd miles away and a lovely drive through the Peak district. As I drive a lot on motorways, a gentle drive through this lovely countryside is a treat for me.
If you require a freelance photographer or videographer in Stoke-On-Trent then please get in touch. I will be delighted to discuss your project and provide a quote.
Stoke-on-Trent was actually officially named in 1910 as it was a conglomeration of six towns. Stoke-on Trent, Burslem, Longton, Hanley, Tunstall and Fenton. Of course, Stoke-on-Trent is synonymous with the pottery industry and I’m sure names like Wedgewood, Royal Doulton and Minton are familiar to most people. Coal mining was also a huge industry in Stoke-on-Trent and unsurprisingly there were several steel mills.
Videography by Doug Jackson