I like to foster working relationships with many of my business clients and this helps me understand their needs and also allows me to respond to their photographic requirements. Small business photography is a big part of this work where I produce organic real life images of the actual work completed and undertaken by local businesses, sole traders and professionals.
One such business with whom I’ve worked multiple times over the last few years is Sayerwood Joinery. Sayerwood whilst I’ve known them have gone from being the sole work of Dominic with occasional help from his wife Justine to their present position enlarging their home base and employing a number of dedicated joiners to complete excellent quality work for more and more customers who value traditional quality.
A recent shoot at Sayerwood during an exceptionally busy pre-Christmas period for the firm saw me popping in to obtain some new images of their relatively new team at work producing some hand-made windows and doors for clients. The images produced can be utilised in blog posts and slideshows showing the work of the business on their website or in marketing literature. Whilst on site and whilst work was underway I produced environmental portraits of the team, head shots for website bio’s of the team to introduce them to clients; and some detail shot images that act as fillers/ stock images that can be utilised as and when they’re needed.
Below is a small selection of the images produced during this latest shoot. Previous shoots have also focussed on the finished products installed in clients homes and these images that are effectively product photographs are regular found by potential customers for the firm searching google referenced images for specific handmade products. In short there are lots of benefits to having a good relationship with a local photographer so why not get in touch to see how we can work together in the future?