I recently had the pleasure of shooting Lee in London.
Here’s peek and there’s the link at the bottom to see more
As a freelance photographer, sometimes you look at your calendar and Have the occasional freak out when there are no bookings on the weekend.
Recently (weekend before last) that wasn’t the case. The weekend was empty but I was looking forward to the break as the week had been chocka!
But that changed quickly as I’m happy to help when last requests come my way, so What started as a free weekend quickly escalated with bookings – one for photography at Proud on the Embankment and the other a DJ set at Burlock on Duke St, London (guys souls pop down there!).
Anyway. Enough chat, here’s a sneak peek at the party photos…
Where to start… Over the past year, we had created so much content together that it is hard to pick out 3 for this post. To make things easier, I picked at random and you’ll find the link to at the bottom to see more…
International DJ and Business Owner of Starbelle Entertainment Agency, a supplier of top-notch female DJs and Musicians.
Find her on Insta:@redhead_DJ
For photo shoots, get in touch.
Good afternoon everyone!
Happy Friday and welcome to my first ever Friday Flashback Five…
Here you can expect a nice mix of recent and older flashbacks kicking things off, this week’s features are:
I’m Darren Bandoo, an experienced and award-winning London-based Photographer.
I specialise in capturing moments for (but not limited to):
“Thank you so much for the job you have done with the canapes pictures!
We’re extremely happy with the quality. You understood exactly what we were after and managed to capture the best of each element in each image!
We look forward to working with you again and will certainly recommend you!”
– Lilian Fantinatti, Private Dining & Events Manager at Smith & Wollensky, London.
Allow me to introduce you all to My friend, Event Professional (Unicorn Events), Blogger and Queen of Sass, Elena Clowes on a shoot we did a little while ago…
Here’s a peek at 3 but check the link at the bottom for more.
It’s probably normal practice for most people, but I still find it weird reaching out to people via social media to make friends over shared interests or collaborate together…
What can I say, I’m a bit old school sometimes!
However, luckily for me, I met this Instagrammer at a friends BBQ and, to keep it short we didn’t waste too much time locking our first photography Meet-up in London for some street shooting.
Great guy and very talented. He wouldn’t mind me saying “A King of the MoodyGrams” 🙂
Find him here: @_alreadythere
I’d like to add that usually I did this by myself or with people I’ve known, so this (you could say) was like my first Insta-Meet-up (I know that BBQ happened but the work was on Insta so gimme a break!).
Here’s a few of my favs: