Corporate & PR photography in Cambridge
Every organisation can benefit from professional photography, whether you are marketing directly to consumers, selling to other businesses, applying for funding, or attracting applicants to your school, college or university. Professional, commissioned images show you, your products and your services in the best possible way and can enhance your marketing far more effectively than stock images.
Whether you need images for a new website, a brochure, prospectus, in-house magazine or press releases, I can supply pictures that will project the image you are looking for.
Covering everything from new products and services through to major events such as a relaunch or even a festival, most of my corporate & PR work is carried out on location. Studio hire can be arranged if required.
The key to any successful photographic project is collaboration and understanding, so I'm always happy to work with your designers and marketing personnel both before and during a shoot.
My client list includes Cambridge colleges, publishers (including Cambridge University Press), film festivals (including the Cambridge Film Festival and the Discovering Latin America festival), local businesses and start-ups.
Commercial & PR shoots vary as much as my clients, so the following rates are guidelines. Please contact me to discuss your requirements in further detail.
These rates are for work on location during office hours and include photography, post-production at my discretion and supply of the final selection of images on an optical disc along with a licence to use the images. There are no individual image licensing fees.
The image licence included in these rates covers marketing and promotional use for your business throughout the UK in perpetuity.
- Hourly rate: £115 per hour.
- Half-day rate: £415 per half-day.
- Day rate: £750 per day.
- Additional retouching work: £45 per hour.
All prices on this page are ex-VAT.
Rush charges for urgent turnaround can be agreed in advance of the shoot, including supply of images via FTP instead of optical disc.