Heriot Watt University Fashion Show 2012

by Chris ~ August 7th, 2012

hw-fashionshowHeriot Watt University asked me to document their 2012 Fashion Show at the Dovecot in Edinburgh.  They required a short video covering the days events, along with still photography of each collection on the catwalk.  It was a busy day and a huge thank you to Alan Stockdale (2nd camera) and Christina Kernohan (2nd camera & stills).

Another big thank you goes to Suzanne Martin from Heriot Watt for working with me on the edit and generally pulling everything together as producer extraordinaire.

Strangford Lough & Lecale Partnership

by Chris ~ August 6th, 2012

strangford-blog2The nice people in Strangford invited me back down the peninsula again.  This time to take a series of environmental portraits of the local residents in their natural surroundings.  The picture of the seal wasn’t part of the commission but it was hard to resist !

CAFRE - Horticulture & Floristry

by Chris ~ August 6th, 2012

cafre-greenmount-may2012blogA few examples of a recent trip to the CAFRE Greenmount campus, this time focusing on the Horticulture and Floristry courses.  It’s a great place to be when the sun is shining !

Galgorm Resort and Spa

by Chris ~ August 6th, 2012

galgorm-may2012blogWe managed to find a spell of good weather and head back to Galgorm Resort and Spa to document the new additions to the resort.  There is a new Italian restaurant and bar called Fratelli located in the courtyard and The Boudoir which is an exclusive group treatment suite in the Spa.

Check out the gallery sections of their website to see more images - www.galgorm.com

Lloyds TSB Foundation NI

by Chris ~ August 6th, 2012

lloydstsb-2012blogThis is the forth year in a row that I’ve had the pleasure of working with the lovely people at Lloyds TSB Foundation NI. The foundation supports underfunded, grassroots charities that enable people, especially disabled and disadvantaged people, to play a fuller role in society

Have a look their website to see all the great work that is being supported.

This year had me photographing Clown Doctors, Traveller Support Groups, Belfast Lough Sailability, Storehouse NI, U3A Foyle and a detached youth project in Craigavon.  A busy week but a lot of fun !

Strangford Lough and Lecale Partnership

by Chris ~ February 27th, 2012

strangford1Elm House Creative contacted me about taking portraits of the nice people who live and work around Strangford Lough.  Strangford Lough and Lecale Partnership were developing a touring exhibition which focuses on the issues effecting the Lough area.   The portraits were taken in a studio set up in Portaferry and feature a cross section of the local community.  Rachel from Elm House Creative then integrated elements from the natural environment onto the images to provide a unique and striking showcase for the area.

Total Mobile 5 launch

by Chris ~ February 27th, 2012

Total Mobile has launched the 5th generation of their unique prepackaged mobile applications platform which focuses on field force automation. I produced a short video which highlights the features of the new product and explains what that means to the end user.

Spantherm - Creagh Concrete

by Chris ~ February 27th, 2012

spantherm-creagh1Spantherm is a new product from Creagh Concrete,  working along side designer Jonny Miller I took a range of images at different sites showing the product being installed.  The images have been used to create a brochure and other promotional material through out the UK and Ireland.

CAFRE - Greenmount and Loughry Campus

by Chris ~ February 27th, 2012

cafreCAFRE required new images of their Greenmount and Loughry campus to be used in their new prospective and other marketing material. All design work will be carried out by the nice people at Pierce Communications.

Harland & Wolff Headquarters Building and Drawing Offices

by Chris ~ February 27th, 2012

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I have had the privilege of exhibiting an new body of work at the Ulster Hall. The exhibition features a series of photographs that document the Harland and Wolff Headquarters and Drawing Offices that closed in 1989 and soon fell into disrepair. The building is steeped in history. Not only did Harland and Wolff employ around 35,000 people at its peak but some of the world’s most famous ships were designed in the Drawing Office and build in the yard.

The most famous of these is the RMS Titanic, and this exhibition is part of Titanic celebrations planned at the Ulster Hall in 2012. The building is soon to be renovated and it was important to document the building before it was altered from its original purpose.

Thanks to everyone at the Ulster Hall for organising the exhibition and Iris Colour for doing the prints.

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