Being primarily involved with interior, we love our sofas and dining tables but, nevertheless, we admit that photography is all about people – to photograph and be photographed and scrutinised after. And what is most important about a person is all written on their face.
The photographer is one of the few people given the great privilege of being allowed to capture the essence of a person so later on that person could be looked at, remembered, admired, scrutinised, analysed, adored, imitated, mocked but hopefully never forgotten. And, likewise traditional art, photography reaches its full potential when dealing with people and their faces. Here is a small example of our portrait photography – both corporate and private commissions.