Publicity Images / Family Portraits / Wedding Photography / Other

I offer Family and Children Photoshoot packages that start at £160 for 10 images with every extra image after that costing £8. During your shoot, I will come to your house or a place of significance to you all and I will spend an hour or so capturing your family life! Please do get in touch if you are interested!

I have been fortunate enough to create publicity images for many theatre productions and have received fantastic feedback from my work! When I create a promotional image, I read the play, discuss with the director and designer if they have any distinct themes they would like to portray, then over an hour or two, I play around with various set ups with the actors to create a variety of images to choose from. Prices for publicity images start at a base rate of £50 for one image and for every extra image, I charge a further £10.

Below are some examples of publicity images, wedding photography, family shoots and experimental photography:

The Effect by Lucy Prebble and produced by Play With Fire Productions in 2018. Directed by Jake Murray and designed by Louis Price. Lucy Prebble (Writer) tweeted: “I would like this photo to advertise all my writing”

COMMIT – A new piece of theatre created for Co:LAB 2018 at The Royal Exchange, Manchester. An interactive piece by Big Liars. “You do whatever it takes to get them to commit, because you know the other guys will.”

Earthquakes in London by Mike Bartlett, performed by Manchester School of Theatre in 2017. Directed by Sebastian Harcombe and designed by Olivia Du Monceau. “It’s cabaret, we’ve got our heads down and we’re dancing and drinking as fast as we can. The enemy is on its way, but this time it doesn’t have guns and gas it has storms and earthquakes, fire and brimstone”

Picnic by William Inge and performed by Manchester School of Theatre in 2017. Directed by Stefan Escreet and designed by Elizabeth Wright.

Blithe Spirit by Noel Coward, performed by Manchester School of Theatre in 2017. Directed by Chris Hayes and designed by Elizabeth Wright.