Think of the speed with which people share images using their phones. Then multiply that with the quality you get from a professional photographer using the best equipment. Shooting over 300 events a year, Paul and his team deliver what you need, faster than you thought possible. Every time.
Paul has been working with images since 1991. As an accomplished editor and retoucher, working with publications from the London Evening Standard to the Economist, Paul developed an eye for creating memorable images. As a photographer, his work has been exhibited and published internationally. Clients include event managers, PR agencies, government, charities and the third sector, international corporates of all sizes, and celebrities.
In October 2013, Professional Photographer magazine listed Paul as one of their “Top 100 Photography Heroes” along with Rankin, Leibovitz and many of the best known names in the industry. In April 2014 Paul won the Professional category of the Event Photography Awards 2014. He was invited back in 2015 to be a judge of the Awards. In 2016 he won the Private Events category, and was overall runner-up for Event Photographer of the Year. Paul is a technical contributor to Digital Photographer magazine.
Principal photographer Tracy Howl has over 20 years professional experience as a creative commercial, lifestyle, PR and event photographer. She has a strong portfolio of commissioned work covering press, editorial, fashion, portraits, music, travel, sport, interiors and product photography. Corporate events include product launches, conferences, trade shows, gala dinners and parties, and her private event work includes engagements, weddings and other family functions. Other credits include winning the London Photography Award in 2010.
Tracy was shortlisted in 2014 for one of the most prestigious awards in photography: the National Portrait Gallery/Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize, marking her status as a world-class portrait artist.
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