Do you struggle to find great imagery that attracts clients and drives them to your business?

Do you wonder what to post on social media, in your advertising, and on your blog?

Do you find yourself panicking when editors ask for a (nice) business portrait?

Are you dying to show the world what you do, who you are, and how FABULOUS your business is?

 

I can help you with FAB images for your website, branding, blogging, printed materials, e-newsletters, and social media.

I’m an award winning photographer with over 20 years professional experience, running two successful businesses in York: Annemarie King Country Weddings, a wedding photography company and The Phodographer ®, specialising in pet portraits. I’m now offering my expertise to those looking to take their business to the next level, stand out from the crowd, and position themselves as leaders in their own markets. Particularly those in the wedding industry which I understand well.

Recent projects include Knaresbrough based Lucy MacNicoll Flowers and Henny Penny Hen Houses.

Lucy MacNicoll, a local wedding and event florist of Lucy MacNicoll Flowers said: “I approached Annemarie to create the images for my website as I knew her work would represent my business in a unique way. She is highly creative, instantly seeing images which are engaging and will work to your brief. Her eye for colour creates such a fresh and appealing feel to her work. Annemarie has extremely high standards, along with a positive work ethic, making her an absolute pleasure to work with. She understood exactly what I wanted to achieve, fitting my brief and producing a set of images which excelled my expectations.”

View Lucy’s website here: http://lucymacnicoll-flowers.com

Show the world your best side with professional imagery from Annemarie King. Call now to discuss your creative project with me and hear how I can help you.

Fees are £125 for the first hour and £75 per hour thereafter. Prices include: VAT, shooting, and supply of digital images. When budgeting please note that for every hour of shooting, I hour of editing time must be added.