Taking pictures is what we love to do, it’s as simple as that.
We're fortunate to have been able to turn a hobby into a full-time business and so lucky to be doing a job that we love - in fact it’s not a job, it’s a passion. A passion for turning an idea into a reality. A passion for creating images that our customers love and a passion to deliver excellence in everything we do.
Our aim is to be your photographers of choice. The photographers you choose for your wedding, birthday and anniversary shoots for years to come. Similarly in business we want to be the photographers you choose for your staff portraits, new product launches and company events.
To achieve this we don’t sit still. We continually develop our business to keep up-to-date with an ever-changing industry and we develop ourselves too, determined to improve our knowledge in order to give our customers the best experience we can.
I started the business back in 2009. Photography had been a hobby for a few years and in the summer of that year I was asked to take pictures for the newly re-formed Wilton Town F.C. I sent pictures of Wilton Town to the Salisbury Journal which were published and my name began to spread. Weddings, portraits and business event bookings soon followed and I was invited to become a freelance photographer at Salisbury Journal too.
All this undertaken whilst still I was still full-time employed. Having spent a number of years in sales and marketing in the retail, telecoms and fitted furniture industries I built up a huge amount of experience working for companies such as BHS, Dixons Group plc, Orange plc, Homeform Group and Daisy Distribution. I also took 18 months sabbatical back in the late 1990s and drove London Buses!
The business, predominently through word-of-mouth recommendations has been going from strength-to-strength since 2009. I took the big decision to go full-time with the business in 2011 and in 2013 we opened our studio on Churchfields in Salisbury.
I was born in Greenwich in 1979, and raised in south-east London. I moved to Salisbury in 2000 and I'm married to Claire and have one son calledAdam. Claire has recently taken on more responsibility within the business. In addition to her major role in giving a female perspective to our photography, Claire also supports hugely to marketing and administration.
Capturing Precious Moments: It’s What We Do & We Love What We Do!