Interior Design Photograp

Wiggett Homes

My new client Wiggett Homes commissioned me to take images of their converted Children's Hospital in Pendlebury, Oaklands Lodge. There are a range of 1 and 2 bedroom luxury apartments and the show homes were ready so they required some quality photographs for their website. 

They also have some stunning detached luxury houses at Grasscroft Heights overlooking Saddleworth Moor and with stunning open views to the front over the hills. The large properties are built to a very high specification including under floor heating, piped music system and media rooms. A small selection of the photographs I supplied for them are below. Check their website for further information. 

House Simple

I have been selected to work with House Simple as one of their representatives supplying the professional photographs along with floorplans for the new instructions that come onto the market with them. 

I work around the North West region and some of the images I have taken so far are below:

Kirkland Hall Cottages

I have been asked to photograph some lovely cottages on the edge of the Pennines overlooking the Eden Valley and close to the Lake District.

There are four self catering cottages and are all beautifully presented with many original features including beamed ceilings and open fires with wood burners. The owners converted all four and their own cottage themselves using reclaimed wood from a whisky distillery. The original buildings date back to around 1070.  

Kirkland and all the surrounding land was given to a Norman Knight, William Le-Flemming by William the Conqueror in or around the year 1070. Most of the land was sold off over the centuries but our small farm remained in the Le-Flemming family until we bought it in 1975. 

If the images look inviting and interesting have a look at their website for more information or to make a booking:

Kirkland Hall Cottages



I was commissioned to photograph a stunning beachfront property on the estuary in Dolgellau by the lovely Hilary who is looking to sell the house and holiday apartments overlooking the beach with views out to sea. 

Click HERE to see the Rightmove link to the Knight Frank Waterside advert

Dolgellau Beachfront House

Don't allow your estate agent to take your photographs

When you are selling your most valuable asset you are relying on your estate agents skills and experience to negotiate the best possible price in the shortest possible time.  Why though would you allow an estate agent to photograph your home? This is somewhere you have no doubt worked hard to make look it's best, both whilst owning it and also in the days and hours leading up to the estate agents visit. Then they turn up, take notes about all the different rooms and gardens, if they are a better quality agent, they will draw a floorplan. Then, out of their bag or purse comes a compact point-and-shoot camera.


How does this make you feel? Are they doing their best to market your home to it's potential? I would say not.

In a market where image is key and every potential purchaser heads straight for the photographs before looking at anything else, it's essential that your home makes a great first impression. 

Any property that is on the market, will only ever have one buyer. One person who goes on to actually hand over the money to buy it. If the best buyer for your property is put off the moment they look at the photographs, how much money could you loose? Potentially thousands!! 

The photographs have to sell a house, and sell a lifestyle to potential purchasers. They need to feel drawn to view it and we all know that the first place potential buyers look when viewing Rightmove etc is the photographs. 

Make sure yours is the home they want to view more than any others. If the eventual buyer likes the images, they will view and potentially offer thousands more than the next person may do. For a relatively small outlay, it could pay for itself many times over

Also, don't think for a minute that once that for sale board goes up, the advert is in the paper or placed in the estate agents window, that every neighbour, friend and friends of friends on Facebook will not be having a peak on the agents website or Rightmove!! Of course they will. Most of the people you know will be having a sneaky peek to compare for themselves. Don't you want yours to look the best in the street? Stand out from the crowd? Of course. 

Therefore do NOT settle for terrible quality, badly lit and poorly aligned photographs.

Can you afford to loose thousands of pounds? Do you want your friends and neighbours thinking your home is dark, dingy and small?

Use a professional photographer to come out and spend quality time at the property taking images with the best lighting, equipment and experience of both shooting and of post production which can be just as vital to the final result.

Please give me a call to discuss your requirement or send me an email.

Southport Hotel

A regular client in Southport, Antony Hill Group asked me to photograph a hotel that they have recently been instructed to sell. They have taken over the marketing from another agent and therefore keen to get a buyer as soon as possible. They needed really good images as the hotel is very deceptive and is difficult to understand just how large it it from looking at the outside. 

Some of the images used are below and their website where full details can be found is:




Stream Publishing

I was asked by Stream Publishing to visit one of their busiest McColl's shops within Edge Hill University and provide a selection of images of the shop and staff for an upcoming magazine. Some of the images used are below.

If you are looking for similar work of any commercial premises please contact me and we can discuss your requirements.