Welcome to the latest in the series A portrait of Thame… Where this time I photograph Stuart from Thame United. At the end of last year I photographed Kayleigh of Thame Ladies FC. Kayleigh I’d photographed leaning against a goal post and I knew that I wanted to do something different with Stuart. Stuart and I agreed that following the success of last season
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Welcome to the latest in this behind the scenes series, A portrait of Thame, where this time I visit Jolly Brew to create a portrait for Thame Hub. Jolly Brew are a reasonably new business in town. Situated just a short walk from the main high street shops Greg has set up shop at number 1 East Street. The shop could best be described
Recently I had a client come in for a business headshot portrait and I thought I would take the opportunity to show you a before and after image. Hopefully you can see what a huge difference professional lighting and direction on posing makes to the image. A business headshot portrait is often one of the first things that a client will see about you
Recently I went through and cleared a load of my old possessions out of my parents loft and it got me thinking. Amongst all the possessions that I no longer needed were lots of old photographs of relatives who have unfortunately long since left us and because of these printed photographs, I know what my relatives looked like at the various stages of their
Thame portrait photographer Mark Hewitson has raised £240 for locally based charity Thomley. The Thomley charity held their annual ball on 28th May at the Oxford Belfry and Mark was the official photographer on the evening, taking images of the guests as they arrived and throughout the night. Mark also donated an auction prize worth £795, valid for a portrait experience and one of
I am delighted to announce that I have received a business boost from Retail Entrepreneur Theo Paphitis. Last week, I tweeted Theo about my business during ‘Small Business Sunday’ and I was one of six weekly winners to gain a retweet by Theo to his 500,000 Twitter followers. The weekly initiative, set up by Theo in 2010, now has 1700 #SBS winners and supports small businesses in the
Welcome to this case study talking about and detailing the process behind the images for these commercial fashion portraits. Donna Taylor is a local independent Cabi stylist. Donna approached me because she was taking an advert out in the local Thame Out magazine and needed a few portraits showing both herself wearing the clothes and the quality of life that working as an independent Cabi
On the morning of the 21st May I attended the Scannappeal Scrub Run at Shardeloes Cricket Club in Amersham as the official event photographer. This is the story behind the day from my perspective as photographer. I received an email back at the beginning of May asking if I was available on 21st May to cover an event. As I have previously supported Scannappeal I
Welcome to the latest in our series A portrait of Thame... Thame Round Table For this series, trying to find a convenient date when both the Thame Round Table were meeting and I was free took a few weeks. However, eventually we managed to arrange a time and date that suited all. On that date the Round Table were fielding a rounders team against MeetingZone at
Welcome to the latest in our series A portrait of Thame... Thame Rotary Club. For this image in the A portrait of Thame series, I visited Marius who is in charge of (amongst many other roles) Public Relations for the Rotary Club. I visited Marius at his beautiful family home which was to be the location for the image you see above. Thame Rotary Club