Professional PR Photography supporting your business and the region
It’s been a busy month with ongoing work shooting North East locations for a new magazine being threaded into a diary full of events photography and PR photography.
As well as delivering good photography repeatedly to regular clients, this month we have welcomed four more new clients one as far away as the Channel Islands and all recommendations I’m delighted to say. The continued repeat business and regular referrals we enjoy year after year say’s to me that our photography and service continues to advance and deliver what is needed to support our clients.
One of these new clients had me working very hard across three different of rooms at St. James’ Park in Newcastle upon Tyne last week photographing; training, delegates and guest speakers. Hard work but most enjoyable and productive.
It’s been a few weeks since we photographed a large event and this month there were four. What is it they say about “good things” or is that busses?
It’s a pleasure to continue working with banking clients such as NatWest as they continue invest more in the North East region. This month Allinson’s worked as PR Photographer on several assignments for banks and investors across County Durham, Teesside and Tyne and Wear. It’s great to see someone investing in the North East.
These jobs included both expansions to existing business and start ups including a great new Muffin Break Cafe franchise in the centre of Middlesbrough. It was a little difficult shooting while shop fitters on site still building the place but we still got the branding in shot. It might not sound like much of a business, (yet another cafe) but you could see straight away how it’s position in the town, (centre of the mall) will bring a whole new social dynamic to the area.
If you would like to have an informal chat about what Professional Photography can bring to your business or your clients business Bruce or Carl would be delighted to meet up to talk about your ideas, or even give you some new ideas to develop.