I had the pleasure of photographing Claudie this morning for updated professional portraits. Â We have known each other for many years and often shared pots of tea, so we chose somewhere that reflected this. Here are just a couple from her portrait session.
It’s great to be able to share these London business portraits of Jeremy Frost. Â He has rather an interesting job – or seemingly range of them – being Anglican chaplain at Maritime Greenwich and joint co-ordinating chaplain for the University of Greenwich. He’s also chaplain for the Chapel of the Old Royal Naval College, where he uses his musical experience from his former job as Precentor and Liturgist at Canterbury Cathedral. Â Jeremy commissioned his business portraits after a consultation, where he explained he wanted a number of photographs to use in his Greenwich roles and separate musical projects.
We shot most of his portraits around Greenwich and its riverside walks, ending at the Old Royal Naval College itself for its gorgeous columns and stonework. Here are a selection of photos from our London session.
I’ve just finished editing business portrait sessions for two Everywoman members. Everywoman is an organisation for women in business with advice and events such as its annual conference, which I’ve loved.
Vaishali Shah from Creative ID designs stunning wedding invitations reflecting her British Asian heritage. She has been working with an Asian and Scottish couple on their wedding and managed to find tartan confetti for the Scottish element. How clever is that! Here are my favourite three from the session.
My other client was Kate Tailyour, a fashion designer, who wore some of her own designs for the session. Kate’s life is buzzing with a sample sale and planning the launch and shoot for her next collection.