I am an Edinburgh based commercial photographer specialising in craft, product, and fashion photography for clients across Scotland. I have over eight years of experience working closely with my clients to realise their creative vision from initial concept to final image.
I understand how important a maker's work is to them, and how crucial the way that it is presented to others. By working closely with my clients at all stages of the process I ensure that they receive the images they need to effectively promote their businesses.
Meet the Maker
Sally-Ann Provan Millinery
Laser Guided Couture
Making a Statement
Susie Wright Illustration
"I have worked with Alistair on a number of photography projects and he has been nothing but a straightforward joy, he makes the whole mechanism of recording my collections a process that enhances my products. Highly recommended!"
"I always enjoy working with Alistair. His attention to detail inspires confidence and he never forgets that it's as much about the product as creating a wonderful image. Alistair has a great manner with the models, make up and styling that makes everyone feel at ease. He's a good collaborator bringing plenty of ideas and enthusiasm to any shoot and I would happily recommend him to any designer looking to showcase their work through photography."
"Alistair is really easy to work with, and the photos really make the detail of the work stand out... I couldn't be happier."
"Alistair has photographed my ceramics on several occasions and the results are always great. I would definitely recommend him... professional, meticulous and with a creative approach to showing the artwork at its best."
Want to discuss your ideas? I'd love to hear from you!
Get in touch now and we can start to plan the shoot that you need. We can exchange emails, have a chat on the phone, or discuss your ideas over a coffee!
Have a think about what you'll be using the images for: advertising / show submissions / website / print / etc ... We can plan specific shots to showcase your work to best effect.
Creating a mood board or Pinterest board of images that have inspired you can provide a fantastic starting point to help guide your shoot.