Photographic assignments of studio & product photography, food photography, portraits & people photography lifestyle jewellery, corporate and video. Images are used for brochures and packaging to advertising campaigns. Well-equipped studio in Codicote Hertfordshire, just north of London, it has a large kitchen for food photos and the latest lighting and high-end PhaseOne IQ180 80Mp digital camera. Area covered include: Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Essex, including St Albans, Stevenage, Hitchin, Harlow, Cambridge, Welwyn Garden City, Hatfield, Hertford, Luton, Watford, Hemel Hempstead, London, and worldwide of course!
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Published in Association of Photographers' Awards Book 2012
Winner in PinkLady® Food Photographer of the Year 2012
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Darrin's commercial photographic work is commissioned by top advertising & design agencies, and also direct with local and international clients, the images are used for anything from web-sites to national poster campaigns, often for top brands and multinational companies with the occasional trip abroad too. The studio is a delightful converted 19th Century chapel in Codicote near to Stevenage and Welwyn Garden City, J6 of the A1 motorway and only 25 miles from central London. The Studio's high ceiling and internal layout makes it an idea photographic space, in what used to be the darkroom there is now a well equipped 100sq ft fitted kitchen, just what is needed for the highest quality food photography, and for the preparation of clients' lunches of course! There is also a pleasant outside space for relaxing, eating, and shooting too.
Darrin is a member of the highly regarded Association of Photographers and has not only won many awards in his 20+ years of being a professional photographer, but also had several magazine and news articles written about him and also appeared twice as a photographer on the BBC.