Posts in charity Photography
Rural Isolation...The unseen Demon

After some research into the farming industry I found a long history of issues involving the subject mental health and Wellbeing. There is a high degree of depression and even suicide amoungst farmers, as a result from rural isolation and other pressures connected with the farming industry.
So initially I was just going to concentrate purely on the farming industry, as this seemed to be one of the more interesting of subjects for my project.

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The Ups and Downs of a Commercial Photographer

For me, one significant aspect of being a commercial photographer is my ability to produce professional photography from many varied assignments and commissions. From magazine editorial portraiture to providing lifestyle and 'people' images for the Wildlife Trust, documentary assignments for the Sunday Times Magazine to visual storytelling for charities to corporate shoots for City banks and Law firms. Working in commercial photography allows me to express my vision, utilise my creativity and illustrate my ability and experience in adapting to different disciplines.

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Diversify Your Visual Message For Your Charity

If you want to get your project or message across to your audience, then hiring the services of a good photographer is paramount for communicating your charities essence or cause. A photographer that understands your ethos, believes in your mission and can visually interpret the right stories which your core audiences can relate to, is priceless. People enjoy seeing diversity, they enjoy seeing stories on different social platforms that ring true, you're giving your audience, and prospective clients the opportunity and confidence to engage and interact with you, which in turn could lead to extra donations and sponsors.

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Two Images Selected as Photo Competitions Winners.

I've recently had the good fortune to have two of my recent photographs selected by two major photographic competitions, with both images taken from the same project which I'm currently collaborating on with the East Suffolk Association for the Blind. All my images from this series are a result of spending a good amount of time with each person connected with the project. Getting to know them, listening to their stories, understanding their fears and anxieties, alongside what also makes them happy and content.

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