Boost your business.

Does your business need a lift? Commercial photography does wonders for budding business owners eager to promote their products and services. I offer a wide range of professional business photography in Plymouth, Devon and Cornwall that will enhance your marketing material, and help show off your best side to your prospective clients.

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A range of services.

My clients include JDs Grill, Oggy Oggy Pasty Co. and the Tanner's Barbican Kitchen in Plymouth. I've helped enhance their presence in the industry by providing them with stunning food photography. As well as food photography, I can provide website stock imagery, staff photos and premises shoots, business cards, brochures and flyers to help build your brand identity.

I'm not only a professional business photographer in Plymouth, but I'm also an experienced event photographer, and have covered numerous large scale events around Plymouth including Pirate Weekend, MTV Crashes, The Barbican Christmas Parade and Plymouth MegaRide.

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male portrait during a business shoot"Meg has an amazing eye for a unique photo that brings out the best in what ever the subject matter is."

women portrait in black and white"Brilliant commercial photos, really helped boost my business. Very affordable, would definitely recommend."

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Price list.

Package 1 - £145

2 hour* Commercial Photography Package, which includes:

- Product Photography

- Photography of Store or Premesis

- Staff Photos

- Licenced for Use on Web or Printed Marketing Material

* Additional hours charged at £35 per hour.


Package 2 - £395

4 hour* Event Photography Package, which includes:

- Coverage of your Event

- Venue Photography Highlights

- Photos of Staff and Guests

- Digital Images of the Event Supplied on USB

- Event Promotion through Social Media

* Additional hours charged at £35 per hour.


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