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Who we are

Together, we combine design experience and innovative photography with project management and execution skills.

Our Team

We are a dedicated team of talented and enthusiastic professionals offering quality, originality and a friendly, unpretentious service.

Our team comprises of:

A stable of six professional photographers - who all bring a different style and expertise.
Lighting Specialist(and Photographer): Luigi Visconti
Film/video Director(and Photographer): Richard Blanshard
Sales and Production: Ian Cairns
Bespoke Carpenter: Mickey Hobbs


Helen ‘fell” into the world of motor racing sponsorship at the age of 19 and had established her own company by the age of 21. She was ‘bought out’ at 26, lured by the thrill of ‘luncheon vouchers”.
Many years on, Helen has used her own experience and worked for numerous “start up” ventures implementing and executing a diverse range of ideas, inventions and events.
She views her home as a blank canvas ideal to express her creative ideas. “ The ideas are exciting, but the challenge and the fun is ‘making it happen’.


Over thirty years experience as a Professional Photographer and video producer. Roger has worked for many leading, exclusive travel publications and, more recently, he has been commissioned to photograph a variety of high end interiors across London.

He has a massive library of work from which clients can source material plus a diverse expertise in his field. His passion is to travel, seeking out diverse and often obscure festivals and unusual locations to photograph. Roger is both creative and a technical perfectionist.


Miles started his working life in the Advertising Industry as an Art Director for Ogilvy and Mather followed by Creative Director for the Progress Agency.
He established a creative consultancy whose clients included Miele, Pentax and Le Creuset. In parallel to his commercial work, Miles is constantly working on a variety of artistic projects, the latest of which is a series of abstract paintings.
Miles has the ability and experience to understand and visually interpret ideas – the stranger the better