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Another inspirational day at Altrincham College of Arts producing promotional photography for the school to use in it’s marketing and advertising campaigns.
Another visit to DataCentred in Media City, Salford Quays to shoot Head shots and business portraits for this rapidly expanding open stack cloud provider. We spent some time on site at the their storage facility then it was over to the War Museum North to the wonderful backdrop of Media City and The Lowry Arts Centre to shoot some outside shots. As with the last time I worked with the company we were blessed with fabulous weather.
Event photography in Trafford and Manchester with The Alzheimer’s Society and Horwich Farrelly Solicitors by Altrincham photographer Matt Priestley
A few weeks back I was in Trafford for a charity event with The Alzheimer’s Society and Horwich Farrelly Solicitors. The law firm’s business strategy is focused on improving the quality, cost effectiveness and range of services they offer to general insurance clients – be they insurers, self-insured organisations, managing general agents, public sector bodies, brokers or other claims services providers – with the aim of minimising their total indemnity spend and supporting their customer service goals. One of their success stores is helping insurance companies clamp down on crash for cash scams. The Alzheimer’s Society is the charity that Horwich Farrelly heave chosen to support, and what better way to raise funds for them than to ask staff members to pay to hurl buckets of water and wet sponges at their seniors. Some people appeared to spend considerable sums to be afforded to pleasure of soaking their managers. I remain convinced that some people will ow never receive a promotion!