Toby's garden festival has got through it's first 2 years and have established themselves as a popular event. Toby asked me to refresh his logo into an identity that they could use across each venue that host the festivals. I developed this symbol which is a play on a flower and a balloon to reflect the name of the festival. It's a bright and fun logo design which will work well as a symbol with or without the text. It gives a more modern contemporary feel to the organisation which is somthing they were keen to achieve
Plymouth magazine featured some of my shots to promote the Rockfish Blue Mile event in Plymouth. The shot had to show the 3 elements of the events, paddle boarding, swimming and kayaking. We took each element down to the steps where the event will be kicking off and set the shot up which turned out great.
Whilst at The Beachside Restaurant in Salcombe who I help with all aspects of design I shot some of thier new dishes. It's great working with their talented chefs who produce some fantastic dishes. The photos get used online and for various advertising channels including social media
I was commisioned by Hope Barton Barns to update their web offerieng and to stream line the way the business manage their bookings. This bespoke web based system facilitates sales of the cottages and also manages the cottages from a fully integrated system for staff to use. One central system means that everyone is working off the same information. I provided photography of the site for Hope Barton too.
Whilst down with my client for the day I often take time to shoot a few shots for their facebook page. This simply stated 'looks like it's going to be a good day today' and I posted it during breakfast time. This pic got tonnes of comments, shares and engagement from their followers increasing their likes too. Good phtoography makes a big difference to your social reach.
Very pleased to document the journey of 3 talented young entrepreneurs to detroit with Virgin StartUp and Crowdfunder.co.uk. Shooting solo I had to capture the event from start to finish with an interview on the plane 36,000 ft in the air. The interview was with the entrepreneurs, Richard Branson, Julie Dean from the Cambridge Satchel Company and Tom Wood from Rapha. Quite a task to shoot such a project solo but happy to take it on. My job was made a whole lot easier by having the rather talented Steve Lamb host the video, tell the story and guide the others through talking to camera. Apart from filming the trip I also took some stills to help with social media and promotions.
Such a great trip with some wonderful people, Ii was great being around these business discussions, hopefully picked up a few tips myself.
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