Photography & Video
I've been taking pictures since I was in my teens. I remember a teacher remarking I had a good eye for composition, but no patience in the darkroom developing the results. Thankfully, digital came along.
Then came digital video. I didn't work with this medium until 2013 and I fast discovered that editing is every bit as important as setting up the shots.
It really was serendipity that I became a videographer for a leading environmental company, which found me all over the country photographing their services in places such as the Mersey Gateway Project before the bridge opened and making two videos with the Alan Titchmarsh and the Love Your Garden team.
Every video shoot I do is a new adventure. Every project is different and has to be thought out beforehand to get the best result.
I believe you never stop learning photographic or video technique. Just over a year ago, I decided to buy a drone. Again, the techniques for good aerial photography are different. I liken it to patting your head with one hand and rubbing your tummy with the other because you're concentrating on keeping the aircraft airborne and getting the best pictures.
If you're thinking of having a little aerial work in your promotional material, think sunshine and location and we've a project under way.