Hello, I'm Sam, welcome to my work.  I've 20 years experience working with Nurseries, Schools, Universities & Colleges, providing quality, creative photography for web, prospectus & PR. I work quickly and efficiently through a collaborative approach to capture the best of your educational environment; staff, pupils & facilities. Learn more about the process and see more of my work below.

"Thank you for the lovely photos… and for working so well with our students."

                                                                                                          S. Taylor, Southborough High

Thanks Sam -these are great! … exactly what I was hoping for."
                                                                                              M. Kent, IntoFilm.Org

 We've never lived in a more visual age, where compelling & engaging photography is a crucial aspect in communicating your schools atmosphere, ethos & learning environment. Your website and prospectus are often the first port of call for prospective students and their parents. 

We'd work together to develop a shoot list to best showcase your school, and create a  timetable for how to best achieve this on the day. It's important to consider how images are to be used; size and shape (e.g some letterbox shapes for web use), so that images work for all your intended usages.I'm used to collaborating with designers and comm's teams to a house style,  and with pre-shoot art direction. 

I first worked in Education Photography shooting news & features for The TES and THES back in 2001. This gave me a grounding in working unobtrusively in a fly on the wall documentary style, while being able to light and direct if needed for set ups in a natural style.  I am of course DBS checked, have Public Liability Insurance, and perform Health&Safety assessments plus Covid (LTF) testing as standard. I am neutral as to the use of an Oxford comma.

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I'd love to hear from you. Please complete the form, or better,  feel free to call me direct on 07977 482 272. 

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