The Members' Directory is a service where you will be able to find AHFAP members that offer commercial imaging services to the cultural heritage industry in the UK.
The directory and its contents are offered in good faith. Reasonable efforts have been made to ensure the accuracy of the information and AHFAP does not accept responsibility for any errors or omissions in the details listed. Classified entries of members’ services does not imply any form of recognition, recommendation or guarantee of the member or the products and services provided. Readers are advised to check any information offered in the directory to their own satisfaction before relying upon it.
You need to be a member with a Personal membership to be listed in the directory and pay an additional cost of £15 per year. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and include the following: company or trading name, contact name, telephone and web address, a summary of your skills (in no more than 1000 characters including spaces) and a photograph to represent you or your work.
I have many years experience in photographing for Galleries, Museums, Conservators, Artists , Craftsmen and private owners.
This includes Artwork Photography, Installation & Architectural Photography, Press and PR, and Digital Archiving.
+44(0)7808 474 926
+44(0)131 346 0469
With over 15 year’s experience in Photography I specialise in the Cultural and Heritage sector, as well as fine art and antiques. I have been trained and have extensive experience in handling and photographing all manner of objects of all shapes, sizes and materials, including rare books and fragile works on paper and I have a full understanding of museum practices. I offer a friendly and professional service, producing high quality, fully colour managed imagery both for record purposes and/or creative images for publication.
CHD Ltd., is formed by the partnership of two experienced cultural heritage photographers James Stevenson and Ken Jackson. Both have worked in UK National Museums and have considerable combined experience in this field. Customers will receive a service and quality product which would satisfy any major museum.
CHD Ltd specialise in scanning large flat artworks on any material substrate such as oil on canvas, paper, textile or plastic. This work is undertaken on a large format flat-bed scanner made by the German Cruse company. This is the only commercially scanner of this type in London and the South East. Scanning with this equipment ensures that the safety of large art works is guaranteed. There is no contact with the original art work surface and handling of the object is minimised as the object is placed flat, face-up, on the horizontal scanning bed. Objects up to 1.5M x 1M can be scanned in a single pass making a file up to 1.5 Gb. Larger objects can be scanned in multiple passes and stitched seamlessly together.
Cultural and Heritage Photographer with over 15 years experience.
Consultant and Training for Museums, Galleries, Collectors, Publishers and Artists.
Main clients: the British Museum; Royal College of Music; V&A Museum; National Maritime Museum; The Puerto Rico Science, Technology and Research Trust; The Horniman Museum and Gardens; Maidstone Museum; Museum of London among others.
I’m a Photographer and Educator based in Devon, with 30 years’ experience, working mainly in the Cultural Heritage sector. Here I’ve been photographing artwork, 2D and 3D over many years. A recent commission was to digitise 10,000 35mm negatives from the Beaford Archive and work them to positive images for their Hidden Histories website. Last year I completed my work of photographing sculpture for ArtUK. Since lockdown I've added photogrammetry to my portfolio, and have been making virtual 3D models of museum objects. I’m still learning my trade, keeping abreast of technology, seeking out new challenges, forever questioning, striving for perfection and being the biggest critic of my work.
info 'at' davegreenphoto.co.uk
I have nearly thirty years experience as a freelance cameraman/photographer and am now based in The Cotswolds near Stroud. An art history background has led me to specialise in photographing paintings and works on paper and video work includes shooting documentaries, infommercials and presentations for websites and TV.
Presenter of Hot Shots, Photography MasterClass in Architecture, for Discovery Programme. Judge for the Association of Photography Awards. He has an ongoing project, photographing artists in their studios. Hugh specialises in 360 degree Virtual Reality imaging, and high resolution photography of Art Works for reproduction and publication
An award-winning photographer and visual professional. I work extensively in the museum & art gallery sector creating films and photographing artwork & artefacts. I am currently exploring photogrammetry both with DSLR and drone (I am GVC licensed).
In recent years I have been commissioned by Art UK, The Paul Mellon Centre, The Royal Academy, The Tate, ITV television, Channel 4. As well as leading museums & art galleries to document their 3D & 2D collections, including The University of Birmingham, Tamworth Castle, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery and The Barber Institute.
An early career in television special effects combined with a passion for documentary photography has enabled me to create projection work for internationally acclaimed artists. Blending technology and artistic concepts into coherent visual creations in the form of digital media and projections. I have collaborated extensively with artist and designer Ravi Deepres and Studio Wayne McGregor on creative projections for dance productions at The New York MET, Opéra de Paris, Durham Cathedral, Staatstheater Stuttgart, Saddlers Wells theatre, London's Royal Opera house, The Brit Awards.
Personal projects have led to exhibitions and national press coverage, notably 'Bullring' and ‘Littleton’. Recently I have undertaken technical work involving optical data collection on camera systems, and helicopter based aerial photography.
Pete huggins studio and location photography for advertising and commerce. I have been freelance since 1980 after 11 years as a Medical Photographer. Many of my clients now include museums and Art collections and I’ve contributed to many catalogues and books in this field, as well as Architecture, Travel and Food.
Digitalarte is run by photographer and fine art printer George Kraniotis and his wife Myrto. We have over 25 years experience in the Cultural & Heritage sector, working with museums, fine art and photography galleries and individual artists. We're based in London, offering artwork and documentation photography (paintings and works on paper) and scanning in our studio in Greenwich. We're also offering specialist high quality archival digital fine art & photo printing also known as Giclée printing. Giclée is ideal for high quality, limited edition print runs in large or small format and to any specification you need. We're dedicated to producing the highest quality standards of image reproduction and we offer a professional, reliable and friendly service. Our workflow is fully colour-managed in order to achieve high quality, accurate, consistent and predictable results.
020 8858 3076
I am an architectural and interiors photographer specialising in heritage sites and historic buildings for the cultural and heritage sector as well as corporate and private clients throughout the UK and internationally. In addition to being one of the photographers on the ArtUK Sculpture project, I also have experience in fine art photography and digital imaging.
Ian is an experienced photographer providing collections digitisation of museum and gallery objects (both 2D and 3D) across the cultural heritage sector. This includes photography for the Bank of England Museum, St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, Biggin Hill Memorial Museum, Jewish Museum London and Amy Winehouse Foundation.
Ian also covers marketing and PR events and supplies images for retail and merchandising. Post production of digital images is carried out to an agreed standard for image management systems.
Additionally Ian holds open collections photography sessions which aim to demystify the capture process for visitor engagement. The accessibility to archived objects is proving very popular with the visiting public and increases the digital reach and impact of the museum.
Iona Shepherd has 20 years of experience working within the photography industry throughout Scotland. She specialises in the museum, heritage and construction sector but will consider a range of briefs, with industry experience including photography team management, exhibition documentation, photography of fine art, car photography, QTVR and time-lapse production, video work, film stills photography, music and events coverage, and portraiture.
Specialising in details and interiors of historic buildings and heritage sites, I seek out quintessential features and textures that together create the unique and remarkable qualities that enable somewhere to become Somewhere. My unique visual perspective comes from my scientific training combined with a childhood spent in my grandma’s darkroom – and I also delight in photographing from up on scaffolding, rooftops, or in cherry pickers. My work has been shortlisted in multiple photography competitions and featured in the press on numerous occasions. My two most recent self-published books on historic Cambridge architecture have both been shortlisted for major awards (‘Focused on King’s College Chapel’ and ‘Illuminating Cambridge Libraries’). Upcoming work focuses on British baroque murals and more historic libraries. I particularly enjoy photographing a historic building, then designing and publishing the book or pamphlet (with historian authored text). Based in Cambridge. Always happy to travel. Iona Shepherd has 20 years of experience working within the photography industry throughout Scotland. She specialises in the museum, heritage and construction sector but will consider a range of briefs, with industry experience including photography team management, exhibition documentation, photography of fine art, car photography, QTVR and time-lapse production, video work, film stills photography, music and events coverage, and portraiture.
David Rowan is a visual artist based at Grand Union in Birmingham U.K.
Working professionally as a photographer for over 20 years in the cultural heritage and commercial sectors, David has produced thousands of artworks for art galleries, universities, advertising agencies and private clients. His work is regularly published in national and international press, news media, art journals and digital channels.
He works to private commission and in collaboration with artists, curators and galleries throughout the U.K. He produces bodies of work for print publications, projects and exhibitions.
His work is held within the permanent collections of The Library of Birmingham, The University of Birmingham, The Garman Ryan Collection at The New Art Gallery Walsall and in several private collections.
He provides training, mentoring, technical advice and specialist support to the professional imaging community, students and arts organisations.