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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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Using Photography to create emotions by telling stories.

My love for the medium of documentary photography comes from how it attempts to draw the view into into a particular story. This is undoubtedly an art, something that can take one years to perfect and master.  Over the years there have been many 'masters' of this genre, to many to name here, but amongst some of my favourites are Irvin Penn, W.Eugene Walker, Mary Ellen Mark, Margaret Bourke-White, Gordon Parks, right up to more contemporary artists such as Pieter Hugo and Lynsey Addario. 

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