I create photography and film for NGOs, brands, publications and individuals with a unique story.
Stories have always fascinated me; whether it be the story of someone in a developing country overcoming poverty through social enterprise, or a craftsperson in the Lake District sharing their passions and heart behind their craft.
Stories have the power to connect, engage and speak to the heart of people.
Philip Curnow Photography provides a professional, qualified, experienced and fully insured Commercial, Advertising, PR and Sports Photography service. Mainly to corporate clients - including Educational, Governmental, Sports Organisers & Sponsors and NGO organisations. If you have a project in mind, we are always happy to talk it through and provide a specific quote. We shoot for some of the major UK design and Photography agencies, as well as directly for individual clients.
After growing up on a farm in Hereford I moved to Cardiff and studied BA (Hons) Documentary Photography at the University of South Wales (formerly University of Wales, Newport). I am now settled in London where I work as a documentary and commercial photographer. I also assist and retouch, with experience in both digital and analog; working for the likes of Simon Roberts, Lisa Barnard, David Barnes, Paul Reas, and Marsha Arnold.
Predominantly a portrait photographer but experienced in most areas including fashion, corporate and beauty here is a selection of my celebrity portraiture you can view other work on my website. Based just outside London now but work all over.
I am a specialist performing arts photographer with over 25 years experience photographing dance, theatre, music and unit stills for film and television. My own performance background informs the work I do. I am increasingly involved in filming shows and behind the scenes videos on film sets.
I Photograph People in Places for advertising, commercially and for the love of it. See my website. I produce content for digital and print platforms. I have also made documentaries for the BBC and work with motion.