A three-day shoot for AACSB at Edinburgh’s EICC. TedTalk style stage shots, networking, activities, breakout sessions, posed, group studio portraits and more, Such a lovely group to spend three days with. 1300 delegates in all.
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Asked back by the College to shoot their annual conference, this year, in Bournemouth. 3 days of solid running around the 1300+ delegates with multiple sessions, exhibitors, interactive workshops and more… lots more! It’s almost impossible to show the scale of the conference in one image, so I’ve opted for a shot of Julia Bradbury, who’s ‘Walking to Health’ opening address, set a positive tone for the next 3 days.
I was asked to shoot The Royal Bank of Scotland’s 2018 Hackathon at their HQ, Gogarburn in Edinburgh. Over 250 took part in the event that split into teams and worked furiously over a two day period to create new and exciting products. Some staged shots of the winners but mainly reportage to create a natural, documentary story of the weekend. #bankofapis
Captain Birdseye, otherwise known as Riccardo Acerbi, posing for a shot to promote a new children’s menu in certain bars. I can’t reveal anymore until the press release but I am aloud to give you a sneak peak…
Asked by my long serving client, Heriot Watt University’s Edinburgh Business School, to cover the Pitch@Palace event hosted by HRH Duke Of York, Prince Andrew. ©JohnNeed. All Rights Reserved.
This was a 2 day shoot for Johnnie Walker. A Feedback Loop for Rum Cask and Scotch Espresso in order to showcase for world leading bartenders and consumers that Johnnie Walker are continually experimenting and collaborating in their pursuit of new flavours. It was awesome but also top secret as I wasn’t allowed to share anything until now.
I was asked by campaigners, 38Degrees to photograph the Hustings for Edinburgh West at Murrayfield Stadium, in order to encourage people to vote in the June elections. The candidates Sandy Batho (CON) Toni Giugliano (SNP) and Christine Jardine (LD) all received an interesting yet vocal onslaught from the local people of Edinburgh.
Almost 2 full days spent photographing the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists at the Principal Hotel on George Street, Edinburgh. I then received this at the end of an email once I’d submitted the images, which was nice: PS – I should have said the photos are the best we’ve had, thank you so much, very impressive …
A very special pop-up bar for Martini in Edinburgh. Film crews, brand ambassadors, Parmigiano-Reggiano, olives, and lots of hugs! Here’s a sneak peak shot and I’ll post a link here once the official photos go live.