Paul has been taking photographs for as long as he can remember. He began cataloguing his images in 1993 - building a collection that runs into the thousands. The pictures explore a wide range of locations, subjects, ideas and forms, always with a keen sense of composition and feel for colour. Paul has exhibited his fine art photography at a number of shows. As part of his commercial business at paulcliffordimages.com he has created thousands of images and Virtual Tours for the property market in the UK, shot artworks for West End galleries, and photographed for Thomas Cook around the world.
Toby has been taking – and printing – black and white photographs since 1989, always using an old Nikkormat and the same 24mm lens he ‘borrowed’ from his father over twenty years ago. His images are never cropped, but are framed instinctively at the time of taking. They are then brought to life with a pinch of magic – and luck – expertly secreted within the science and chemicals of the darkroom.
Chris’s photography practice primarily encompasses two distinct bodies of work: landscapes and interiors that are deliciously devoid of human presence, and portraits that capture the very essence of the individual. Compositions are characterised by the artist’s distinctive framing and focus, either straight on like a window into another dimension, or a moment that’s been frozen in time with laser-like concentration on a singular point.
Tom is based in central Ipswich and is able to cover most of East Anglia and forays into London for commission work. He employs whatever cameras and equipment are required to get the best for his clients ranging from large format, medium format and 35mm film plus digital. He has been making images since 1968 and after 11 years of embracing digital photography stepped back into using film for major arts assignments. The use of large and medium format film for significant bodies of work is reflected in the care he applies when using digital equipment on relevant assignments.