Monday, 28 September 2009
Friday, 25 September 2009
Glad to see that some my photographs have been used in the Homecoming Scotland Finale Celebrations brochure which was launched this week. I have been involved with Homecoming all year, documenting events the length and breadth of Scotland. The closing weekend around St Andrews night should be fantastic with concerts taking place all over the country. Download your copy of the guide here.
Thursday, 24 September 2009
Tuesday, 22 September 2009
St Andrews Community Hospital in Fife which is officially opened today and integrates local hospital facilities with GP practices and pharmacy all in one building. Great use of colour.
Friday, 18 September 2009
Relax! Your photography is in safe hands. TV health expert Amanda Hamilton photographed on Yellowcraigs beach is the subject for Photcard number 3. If you would like a card just send me an email and I will post one to you: email@example.com
Thursday, 17 September 2009
Photography good enough to eat. The second of eight photocards highlighting recent photography projects this time on the theme of food photography. If you would like a card just send me an email and I will post one to you: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, 16 September 2009
Today sees the launch of eight new photocards. Each of the cards features recent work; the first being Famous Faces. How many can you name? If you would like a card just send me an email and I will post one to you: email@example.com
Tuesday, 15 September 2009
Corporate portraits for top UK law firm McGrigors. My portable studio means that any boardroom of office can be turned into a photographic studio resulting in less disruption for your staff.
Monday, 14 September 2009
Friday, 11 September 2009
Congratulations to regular clients Weber Shandwick, VisitScotland, 3x1 Public Relations and Wave PR who have all been nominated for this year's CIPR awards. Good luck!
Thursday, 10 September 2009
Wednesday, 9 September 2009
The Mill, created by Miller Genuine Draft marked a year of supporting Scotland's emerging music scene at a landmark gig in Edinburgh recently. Established band The Ads (front) lend some support to up and coming band OK Social Club.
Tuesday, 8 September 2009
Scottish singer-songwriting icon Douglie MacLean was at the Edradour Distillery in Perthsire recently for the launch of his Caledonia Whisky with First Minister Alex Salmond. The name of the new whisky is taken from the title of one of his most famous songs which also featured in the advert for Homecoming Scotland 2009.
Friday, 4 September 2009
Scotland's Top Model Lauren Tempany became a mannequin for the day when she helped launch Cruise's new flagship ladieswear store on Edinburgh's George Street. Also in the window was a life size was mannequin made entirely from wax.
Thursday, 3 September 2009
Budding film makers Robyn Clarke (9) and Lochlann Gargan (7) help launch the Mental Health Arts & Film Festival which features over 200 events across Scotland ranging from dance, music, poetry to film making workshops. The festival runs from the 1st-22nd October.
"These are brilliant! Thanks so much for your patience."
Marketing Lead | Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival
Wednesday, 2 September 2009
The final day of the MediaGuardian Edinburgh International Television Festival saw Matt Wells chair a live podcast on all things media, Evan Davies examined TV on demand and Sky News Political Editor Adam Boulton challenged the leaders of the UK's political parties to take part in live debates before the next General Election.
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Tuesday, 1 September 2009
Day Two of the MediaGuardian Edinburgh International Television Festival kicked off with the Post MacTaggart Q & A with James Murdoch while Ant & Dec took part in The Alternative MacTaggart. Peter Andre talked about The Next Chapter post Katie Price and Ross Kemp gave a fascinating Masterclass on his Gangs documentaries. Big Brother presenter Davina McCall chaired a session entitled Surviving Reality TV and the day culminated in the Channel of the Year Awards hosted by the very funny Michael McIntyre.
My brief was to provide images which were uploaded to the MGEITF website immediately after or even during the various sessions and photocalls. They were then made available for press to download for publication.
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