I’M GRAHAM – Harrogate Photographer
A Harrogate photographer now, I started this business after many years of playing as an amateur. I’ve been enjoying photography ever since my dad gave me my first, film camera back in 1994 and developing my images in our family bathroom. I live in Harrogate now with my wife and our two daughters, having moved from London in 2004.
Having made the decision to go professional I decided to work towards qualifications and acceptance with credible associations. I am proud to say that I have passed my Licentiate with both the Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers and the British Institute of Professional Photography. I have been assessed and accepted into the Wedding Photojournalist Association. I am working on other qualifications for the future.
My photography is about constantly adapting and changing to suit the subject you are working with. “Working with” is important. Too often I hear that a photographer has provided some nice work but it wasn’t really what was wanted. I work with my client to provide what they want, not what I think they should have. Whether your photography needs to be quietly captured or remembered for flare and dynamism, give us a call.
I’M CIM – Harrogate Photographer
My background as a Harrogate photographer started with fast cars and racing. A love of the circuits drove me to work with movement and colour. Graham and I met in 2012 and through a mutual love of being a Harrogate photographer we became firm friends and joined forces. Videography is my main background and having worked on weddings and commercial productions I brought my passion with me. I’ve been accepted into the Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers and am working towards qualifying to Licentiate. Our styles merge well for double weddings and portrait work which is great for everyone!
My family and I live in in Harrogate and the kids are constantly being used as models to progress style and try new shots. If Graham and I aren’t shooting a wedding, creating a video on location or training with each other, you’ll hear the sighs of boredom from my kids as I point my camera at them again!