Commercial Photography Projects
I've worked with a variety of clients on photography assignments ranging from gardens and visitor attractions to holidays and accommodation. You'll find some examples below. If you need some fresh and inspiring photography – whether it's for a social media campaign, a brochure or website – please contact me for a FREE consultation to discuss your exact requirements.
The aim of this photography assignment was to photograph New Place – the garden at the site of William Shakespeare's family home – capturing the spring displays of tulips, as well as the garden's wonderful sculptures.
I visited New Place twice, both in the late afternoon/early evening and the following morning in order to make the most of the best light, and also to have an opportunity to photograph the gardens with few visitors about.
William Shakespeare's home from 1597-1616, New Place gardens showcase several sculptures depicting characters from his plays.
SOCIAL MEDIA IMAGES
As well as 90 high-res images, suitable for print, additional sets of images were provided, cropped and re-sized for use on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
“We commissioned Will to take some photos of the gardens at Shakespeare's New Place for our summer press pack. He is professional, efficient and has the ability to translate even the briefest of briefs into amazing photographic results. We now have a beautiful set of images that truly encapsulates the spirit of the New Place gardens and wouldn't hesitate to call on Will again.”
PR MANAGER, SHAKESPEARE BIRTHPLACE TRUST
Leading independent travel specialist, Discover the World, wanted fresh imagery that showcased their escorted holidays in Iceland, with particular emphasis on the small-group size, expert local guides and spectacular scenery.
A weekend shoot in West Iceland included a stay at Hotel Husafell – a stylish contemporary property renowned for its northern lights sightings during winter.
During the short break, clients enjoyed several activities including the 'Into the Glacier' excursion where an 800m-long man-made tunnel has been carved into the Langjokull icecap.
As well as group shots, accommodation and activities, the brief included photographing details such as the local food dishes served at Hotel Husafell.
This long-running photography project involved supplying the images for a series of family travel books by Footprint, one of the UK's leading guidebook publishers. The titles included Cornwall with Kids, Britain with Kids, Europe with Kids and the worldwide Travel with Kids.
Photographs showing children enjoying a range of family holiday experiences, from surfing in Cornwall to safaris in Kenya, were required for this extensive project.
PLACES TO STAY
Various family-friendly properties were photographed for the accommodation sections in each book, including Feather Down Farms (shown here). Both interior and exterior views were taken, along with details, such as food and activities.
Numerous family holiday attractions were featured in each of the Travel with Kids books – and each one was tried and tested by my children, including the National Seal Sanctuary in Cornwall, shown here.