London Events Photographer – Uplift Clinic

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It was great to be a London Events Photographer for the Uplift Clinic one evening towards the end of March. I spend most of my professional life photographing families and musicians, but I am now lucky enough to be invited to photograph more and more business events all over London. I love diversity in my work, it makes life so interesting, so I was thrilled when Jenni, Managing Director of Upstream asked me to photograph an event in White City last month.

Upstream is a fantastic organisation that works to promote Hammersmith and Fulham as a vibrant place to live and work. I live in the borough myself and do a lot of my photography sessions here so I couldn’t agree more with all their ideas.  The event I was asked to document was Upstream’s first Uplift Clinic, which was to take place in Central Working in White City. The idea of the Uplift Clinic was to be a free startup clinic that was going to bring together experts, who could then help local startups and scaleups get that extra boost they needed for their businesses.

The evening started with welcome drinks in the amazing Central Working building in White City, followed by all the startup business owners introducing themselves and their businesses. Then followed the main session of the evening, where all the startups could talk with each expert one at a time, to talk through ideas and gain the benefit of their knowledge. It was great to photograph all these inspiring conversations and exciting to think of where these new businesses would be heading after this evening.

After circling around photographing each startup business with each expert it was all back together again for drinks, food and catch up time. I really enjoyed being a London Events Photographer for an evening and photographing this great event with the Central Working building providing such a striking background to all the images.

If you’d like documentary coverage of any business events you have going on please do get in touch on or 07813 816335.


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