LONDON EVENT PHOTOGRAPHER
THE SOUTH EAST AND INTERNATIONALLY
Events, Conferences, Corporate and PR
Hi, I’m Neil, I’m a London event photographer shooting events and conferences of all shapes and sizes all over the UK and abroad. I also shoot corporate portraits, headshots and onsite photos for websites and annual reports.
How I Like to Shoot
I mostly shoot in the background capturing people, the event and the atmosphere of the occasion, though I am also often called on to shoot group shots and individual portraits. The real joy for me in shooting events is the wide variety of situations and locations I find myself in, as well as the challenges that come with capturing natural and relaxed images in difficult and challenging environments.
I’m very organised and love the planning stage, particularly as that leaves me free to concentrate on the photography on the day.
I am happy to work to a brief, or to use my experience to shoot what I think looks great at the events I’m commissioned for.
Get in Touch
You can get in touch through my contact page. It would be good to hear from you so I can answer any questions you have and give you a quote for your specific event.
Venues I’ve Shot At
I’ve shot at a huge variety of venues and locations as a London event photographer, from venues such as the Dorchester, the Hilton Park Lane, The British Academy, The Savoy, The Ritz and The Waldorf, to on site photos in cities, jungles and deserts all over the world. I’m also a preferred supplier for these London venues, the Park Lane Hotel, the IOD, the Meridien Piccadilly, the ICA, and the Royal Museums Greenwich including the Queen’s House and the Cutty Sark.
CURRENTLY ON THE BLOG
I thought I'd tell the story behind this photograph, not because the story itself is inherently interesting, but because the process I went through to see this event photograph and shoot it are typical of how I go about getting shots at an event like this one....
I recently photographed the CFA Institute World Conference. Taking place over five days at the QEII Centre and then at ExCeL London, it was a huge event with around two and a half thousand delegates. For a London conference photographer this was a great event to be...
Your Headshot Photograph Getting the right look to your headshot photograph is very important. It will not only show people who you are, but how you want to be seen. It's more important in my opinion initially than a CV as it is the first impression your customers or...