One of the UKs major deep-sea ports, the Port of Tyne operates in a global market across five diverse business areas and helps some major importers and exporters get their products to market.
Adding £710 million to the North East economy and supporting 14,000 jobs directly and indirectly, these guys are big business.
But above all else, they value the importance of their people and their integral role in the wider community of the North East of England.
Brief: Relishing any opportunity to work to the Port's photography guidelines, my focus over the past 5 years has been to develop a style of photography that's synonymous with the Port. I always look to produce striking and sometimes abstract images, but also capture real people getting on with real work.
Nothing orchestrated or staged, false or pretentious.
It’s an absolute pleasure to work with such a large commercial and industrial organisation
that values and welcomes creative commercial photography.
The imagery we produce is used by the Port of Tyne across a wide variety of marketing collateral and publications that cover the breadth of the Port’s stakeholders in business, government and the wider community.
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