Al Overdrive is a London based ex-forensic analyst who is known for creating nuanced portrait and lifestyle documentary images. His narrative cinematic style invokes feelings of intimacy and authentic connection, which draws the viewer into that world.
His clients are drawn to his distinct style and positive personality, which embodies his ability to romanticise unguarded moments showing a warmth that is both idyllic and delicate, creating compelling visuals for use in promotional, marketing, and social media campaigns.
Hello – thanks for taking time to look at my work.
I’ve been a London based professional photographer for over 25 years, commissioned to shoot a whole range of subjects, from trainers to oil tankers, footballers and F1 drivers to CEOs and asylum seekers and I’ve recently managed to fit in the Queen, a few Presidents and Prime Ministers.
Veerle is a freelance food, interior and lifestyle photographer, living in London, and working all over the world. She has a passion for creating fresh & bright images with a delicate touch and has a great appreciation for the small details.
Working as a commercial and editorial photographer, Veerle has built up a great client base. These clients include:
Harper's Bazar, Domino Magazine, Architectural Digest, MADE.COM, SPACE NK, Soho House, Glenfiddich, HP, Marriott Traveler and many more.
Tim Andrew is an experienced freelance photographer/videographer, with exceptional creative vision. His practical problem solving are a great complement to his composition and lighting skills. Tim's 30 years of experience equips him with the skills, knowledge & instinct to bring your project to fruition.
In 2016 Paul exhibited 2 pieces of work at the prestigious Saatchi Gallery London as part of the ‘Show you know’ exhibition showing the plight of sufferers of Encephalitis
He has also exhibited and sold Art at various Kent Galleries and has been placed in the top ten of National Photographic Competitions and had the backing of organisations such as the NHS, Kent County Council, the Encephalitis Society and various agencies on a project involving raising the profile of disabled people.
Do you believe you are “unphotogenic”? Have you ever had a portrait of yourself that you’ve been unhappy with? Do you need photographs for your business, your home or your website?
On the morning of 19th January 2012, I decided to dedicate the rest of my life to people and photography. Since then, I have worked in the UK and internationally with businesses, private clients, creative souls and groups of people to create successful portraits for them.