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Event photographer North east, providing online prints, instant onsite prints, client galleries, social media images on the day. Major events covered including Award ceremony, Corporate, Corporate portraits, CEO portraits, Conferences, PR Marketing, Social media marketing images, Presentation nights, Charity evenings, Graduation, Prom nights, sports. Full liability insured

Social media is important within companies and quality images is a part of communicating within industries. It's important that an image portrays the companies message, a professional photographer promotes the image which tells a story in its content.

 

 

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Event venues photographed include:- Nissan Sports Centre Sunderland, Wynyard Hall, Grinkle Park, Crathorne Hall, Rushpool Hall, Middleton Lodge, Gisborough Hall, Judges Hotel Yarm, Bannatynes Hotel, Headlam Hall, Middlesbrough Registry Office, Sporting Lodge, Stockton Registry Office, Cedar Court Hotel York, Hardwick Hall, Hallgarth Manor and Hardwick Hall.

Michael also provides Event Photography, Lifestyle photography and Portrait Photography capturing the moment in natural light is the best possible image that can be taken including Photo Noir (Black & White) presented in gallery framed prints. Lifestyle photography consist of families and children as they grow up in a more relaxed informal environment, this type of photography is now becoming more popular. Michael is also fully insured through aaduki insurance.

 

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