gloucestershire pr photographer

Worlds class equine centre.

It's always nice to work with horses, so I was super chuffed to be asked to photograph the prospectus for Hartpury Equine College

Hartpury Equine is one of the largest equestrian colleges in the world, providing top class education from A-levels and equivalents right through to honours and Masters degrees, supporting more than 600 equine students.

If you represent a college, school or university and require some great photography please get in touch, I'd be delighted to chat to you.


Rugby World Cup 2015 Gloucester

2015 is a big year for Gloucestershire as the city of Gloucester will be hosting the Rugby World Cup. I was asked to do a publicity shot of the main man charged with arranging it, former Gloucester rugby captain, Adam Balding.  Adam is Gloucester's co-ordinator for all the preparations, so as you can imagine a very busy man indeed. Luckily he spared me the time and helped carry my kit to the top of Gloucester Cathedral for this shot.

Picture by Clint Randall

Aerospace Apprentice Engineers

I've recently been working on a project for Gloucestershire Engineering Training they have been designing and delivering engineering and training programmes for large and small employers for the past 37 years.  They are the only training facility in the County managed by professionals from within Manufacturing & Engineering industries.
Messier-Bugatti-Dowty MRO managing director Nigel Woodford talking to Mechanical Engineering apprentice, Kyle Gardner (18).

Messier-Bugatti-Dowty Quality Assurance Manager Graham Adlam with apprentice Jack Madley 17.

Messier-Bugatti-Dowty Mechanical Engineering apprentice Dougie Smith 18 with Technical Capability Manager Gary Murdoch.

Messier-Bugatti-Dowty MRO managing director Nigel Woodford talking to Mechanical Engineering apprentice, Kyle Gardner (18).

Queen's Award

Lord Lieutenant of Gloucestershire Dame Janet Trotter visited Quedgeley-based Prima Dental, which designs and manufactures dental drills and precision dental instruments, to present the Queen’s Award for Enterprise for International Trade in recognition of the company’s substantial growth in overseas trade.

FSB Award for Cotswold Business

It was great to meet the team at Equifeast who have beaten hundreds of entrants to win the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) Innovation of the Year Award. The family business design, manufacture and market nutritional supplements for horses and has tripled in UK sales in the past three years. It has brought to market over five new products and count riding pro Harry Meade and Olympian Laura Tomlinson as loyal customers.

Hartpury College Brochure

I had a smashing day at Hartpury College near Gloucester the other day. They wanted some pictures of their activities that could be used in a brochure, website and other promotional stuff. I started off photographing one of their former students who is now a Forestry Commission warden in the Forest of Dean. It was pouring with rain and we were getting eaten alive by midges so I didn't hang around, I quickly popped up a light stand and got a few shots that I'm really pleased with. The rain meant that the light was very soft and with a little bit of off camera flash the colours become saturated as well as the photographer. Conditions were a lot easier at the college and I got to spend a pleasant couple of hours meeting photographing the students with a whole host of animals.

Sophie, Countess of Wessex

I had the great pleasure to photograph Sophie Wessex yesterday when she was visiting Meningitis Now headquarters in Stroud, Gloucestershire. Her husband Prince Edward was there too, but Sophie was the star of the show. She has been patron of the charity for 10 years and I could tell she was deeply moved by the plight of some of the parents she met whilst touring the building. I'm a big fan of the Royal family and over the years I've been lucky enough to photograph most of them. Sophie reminded me a lot of Princess Diana who I photographed a lot in the late 80's and early 90's.