Professional portraits show that you are willing to invest in yourself to help you stand out from the crowd and put your best foot forward. Your portrait represents you and your brand and is visible throughout the internet. Portraits and headshots help give others confidence in your business by showing you are professional, you take pride in yourself and that you know what quality means and that going the extra mile makes a difference.
Andy Barnham is a British photographer with a unique and recognisable photography style and has worked for over a decade in editorial and commercial, advertising, photography. With experience in both womens’ and menswear Andy works closely with his clients to understand their goals to take photography to suit to their aims and help drive engagement and sales.
With an eye for detail and composition, Andy is a photographer with an uncanny ability to ignite one’s passion for cars. Be it leading lines to elements of design Andy’s photography will make you fall in love with cars all over again. From cars being cheered by children at the Mille Miglia or a driver removing his helmet after a day of driving in the pouring rain, Andy has an ability to capture candid moments through his photography will have you appreciating the stories beyond just the car.
If you have an upcoming project and are willing to spend the time to achieve goals of quality and high standards please give me a holla
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London photographer who has refocused his observational and inter-personal skills,
learned while serving in the British Army, in order to connect with subjects and create meaningful portraiture.