corporate photography wales

Corporate Portrait / Headshot Photographer Cardiff / Wales by John Wellings

Michael Jones Q.C for the FDA

In the run up to Christmas I was commissioned to take a portrait of Michael Jones Q.C for the FDA. The brief was some relaxed environmental portraits along with an establishing shot of the Welsh Assembly Senedd building in Cardiff bay.

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Commercial Photographer: SANS London by John Wellings

Here are some images from a recent shoot for SANS who provide cyber security training.

I travelled up to join them at one of their London conferences and setup a mobile studio to photograph headshot portraits of their staff members.

If you're looking to create a coherent image for your staff or to just have a chat about how strong photography can help to improve the image of your business then please get in touch.



Recently published: Financial Times and Trading Standards Review by John Wellings

A couple of recent commissions have just been published which I can now share with you.

 I was asked by the FT to head up to Mid Wales to photograph William Watkins, the founder of Radnor Hills to go along with a recent interview for the Money FT section. The drive up was pretty awful with heavy rain that didn't let up for the whole day, scuppering my plans for a portrait out on the farm....

I was also really happy to shoot for the recently launched journal for trading standards, TS Review. Always nice to have images over a number of pages and I'm pretty happy with the ones chosen for the article.

Here are the tearsheets and also a few out takes from the shoots.



Corporate Photography by John Wellings

As I'm sat in the studio editing images from a corporate photography shoot in Cardiff last week I wanted to share a couple of images with you.

Sometimes the strange lighting that emits from projections can be very frustrating, but in this case I see it as more of a gift. i really like the subtle light on landing on the speakers, using the blind in the room as a background,  a nice effect I think.