In the last 18 months the definition of business photography has evolved. Before this time business photography would have involved my visiting a corporate office. An office full of people and photographing them in open-plan spaces, with 20+ people. Or photographs taken in a boardroom with clients packed closely in and around a large mahogany oval table. Then came covid.
This set of images not only supports a website rebrand but also, webinars, podcasts, articles, work shop visuals, editorials, advertorials, regular LI posting, social media posting, PP, profile pictures, exhibition images, brochures, business cards, flyers and more.
We are 75% of us visually driven. This means we react to images before we have read a word of text. This is fact. The RIGHT images will better connect you with the right visual indicators and messages included. The wrong ones could at best provide mixed messages or at worst stop a potential client from connecting and gaining business. These images are strong and made will all the correct visual messages to reach out and connect to her potential clients.
Photographer: Suzanne Fells
Client Hannah Sookias
Date: December 2020
Location: Home Office / Derby
Styling for Hannah: Suzanne Suthers