WE MAKE PHOTOGRAPHS. WITH HEART AND SOUL.
It’s not just about beauty; it’s also about heart. Like our films,
we want our photographic work to make a difference to the world around us.
Photography can be used to capture beautiful scenery or to make great portraits,
and really show all the diverse and exciting things that are happening within your community.
It can also be used as a fantastic healing tool; as a way of expressing deep and
complex emotions as well as being a way to reflect upon how things are
for the individuals we work with.
We work with clients both on a one-to-one basis and in group settings,
with our specialities being portraiture, landscapes and urbanscapes.
We have worked with toddlers right through to the elderly and everyone in
between. We have a great reputation of working with members of BME
communities, LGBT groups, as well as working with people with physical
disabilities, learning difficulties and mental health issues. We have also worked
with homeless people, people with drug and alcohol addictions, young people who
have been sexually abused, disadvantaged young people and unemployed people
in both rural areas and areas of high deprivation within cities.
Photography is a fanastic way to capture the ever-changing world
that we live in and our relationship to it. Previous clients have used our
photographic services, which include running one-to-one and group works,
to celebrate the lives of their tenants, to highlight pressing
issues that are affecting their business, to help create better working
relationships between their clients as well as a way to promote
self-confidence, better self-esteem as well as an awareness of the
ways in which people interact with the world around them.
Previous clients have included the Big Lottery Scotland,
Govanhill Housing Association, The Chartered Institute of Housing Scotland,
Safe space (Dunfermline), Lifelink, Parkhead Housing Association,
RCAHMS, Scottish National Portrait Gallery as well as numerous private clients.