Fashion Photographer for Catwalk Fashion

Fashion Photographer

As a Fashion Photographer our job is to make your clothes look the best they can.

Making clothes look good as a fashion photographer is a combination of a few things. Good light, great clothes, professional models, amazing MUA’s, creative stylists and … photographers. If all of these are in place, your fashion photographer will make your clothes look as amazing as they are.

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Gareth Pugh Show

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Creative Catwalk Photography

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Models on the catwalk

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Model at LFW

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Catwalk Procession


We were delighted to shoot the catwalk for Sunderland born Gareth Pugh‘s return to London Fashion Week after a 7 year break. He is the type of designer that makes life easy for a Photographer. Again great models, interesting concept (the catwalk was littered with 1penny coins), interesting clothes to shoot, and just so well put together.

Fashion Photographer

Fashion Photographer

We have been shooting London Fashion Week for a number of years now. This catwalk shows just one of these many catwalks.

If you are looking for a Photographer, who is experienced in shooting fashion shows, and catwalks with some of the top designers and models in their genre contact us for a quote.

Advising you on your Fashion Show

For a Fashion Photographer, having worked on some of these leading shows, witnessing interesting sets ups, understanding lighting and having shot some of the worlds most well known models such as Winnie Harlow, Cara Delevigne and Jourdan Dunn, we can advise you on your lighting and other elements that are needed to make your Fashion Show the best it can be.

If you are looking for a House Photographer for your show, we can get your catwalk or presentation edited and uploaded on the same day of your show for maximum marketing exposure.