Geoff recognised the value of professional photography and liked my informal approach to business portraiture
By Catherine Rumney, 10 July 2013 –
Back in January Geoff Kershaw from the Challenge Factor asked me to do a business portrait session for them. The Challenge Factor specialise in conference and video production. The Challenge Factor was started 30 years ago and they work with many blue chip companies across Europe and have an enviable reputation in the in the video and events industries.
Geoff recognised the value of professional photography and liked my informal approach to business portraiture. I met Geoff when he joined our networking referrals group, BNI Focus, in Lymm. He was very keen to have my style of business portraits for his team and he could see the link between how someone sees a person’s portrait and how they react when they then meet that person for the first time.
We did the session at Castlefield Basin in Manchester, close to Key 103 radio. Geoff has written about the session, why they needed new business portraits and how everyone felt about being photographed, you can read the results here...