As part of our work with NHTG Skills (nhtgskills.org) we took a trip to Manchester to visit the site of the Town Hall Complex development.
Building Traditional Skills is the National Heritage Training Group’s £1.3 million skills programme, funded though the Heritage Lottery Fund, which brings major benefits to the heritage sector and its potential workforce.
As part of our website project together we took photographer Anton Stark out in the field to capture the trainees in their working environment and to see what hidden gems we could snap.
Training opportunities from the project range from two-day taster courses through to foundation degrees, and include work-based training placements that can last for three, six or twelve months.
Michael and Anton were at Fountains Abbey yesterday, for a 6am start, to to begin the first of a two day photoshoot with 10′s new client DTMS.
The rebrand of the Pateley Bridge based company required us to get some fab new shots for the upcoming new brochure and website. The weather managed to hold off long enough to get the key shots we needed of the DTMS team at work in their environment.
We had a great time this week, in Baildon, on the photoshoot for the new DMP branding that we’ve been working on for the past few months.
The day played host to five kids, one brave photographer and a whole load of dressing up gear which, with the kids imagination, produced a series of great shots which will be used to support the new DMP brand and positioning.
We’ll let you see the final shots, along with the brand work, once we’ve put it all together.
We had a great day in Sheffield yesterday at the Westpack factory taking shots to accompany their new brand.
Since their beginnings in 1884, Westpack have grown and evolved into one of the UK’s leading suppliers of commercial packaging solutions and specialist technical tapes.
We’ve been working with the company for the past few months to create their new brand image and positioning which will cement their position as one of the leading players in what is a fiercely competitive market.
Yesterday’s shoot, with Adrian Ray, aimed to capture the people and processes behind Westpack’s success. The images will be seen in the new literature, as vehicle livery and on the website that will be rolled out over the next couple of months.
10 been working with a great bunch of people at Keyhouse for the past few months and now all of the research, planning and design is starting to come together.
Keyhouse was set up in 1985 as a hostel for homeless young people in Keighley. Since then, they’ve opened advice offices in Bradford and Keighley as well as expanding their supported housing services to achieve their current position as a leading provider of housing, advice and training.
We’ve been working with Keyhouse to create a new brand identity and positioning which truly reflects the diverse knowledge and experience that the team have accrued over the past 25 years.
Here are some of the shots we commissioned by photographer Anton Stark, more items to follow soon.
WhatWallsWant issue five, the Graham & Brown style magazine, has just landed and the first thing we wanted to share with you was the cover shot.
The cover model was beautifully adorned, by makeup artist Carolyn Roper, with flowers from the ‘Countessa’ paper from Graham & Brown.
The colours in the ‘Countessa’ design from the new Elixir collection are designed to co-ordinate with its own plain papers, as well as the paints in the ‘colours that made Britain great’ palette.
The flower head in the design is complemented by the ‘Brit Pop’ colour from the paint range. Painting the model brings wallpaper and paint together in beautiful artistry, something which is quintessentially at the heart of the Graham & Brown brand; wallpaper, paint, art.
Here’s a glimpse of the new photography for AB Agri.
AB Agri as company recognises the importance of, and values, it’s people, they are forward thinking and much of their success has been from the unique individuals which make up their business. To illustrate this 10 commissioned a photographer to capture in reportage style the essence of these people, combined with doodles illustrating each individuals interests.