Piranha was commissioned to take a team photograph for Farrer and Kane communications agency’s website. This was to include all staff members. We arranged a central London studio where the photography could take place, then set up a backdrop and lighting. The brief was to create a fun shot of everyone together, and for it to be lively and reflect the atmosphere of the office. Afterwards the selected digital image was provided in black and white to be used on the about us page of the company website.
On the day we also took individual corporate portrait photographs that could be used to accompany staff biographies, and be used in other marketing materials.
The board photography for Smith and Williamson was taken at their London offices; the brief was to capture the group of Directors seated together and also individual shots for their review sections in the report. Below you can see a few spreads from the annual report and a few pages from the company’s website –
Board of Directors on Website –
Directors Photographs in Annual Report
For the Smith and Williamson Annual Report, the style of photography throughout is consistent and considered. The directors are all engaged with the camera and smiling to the same degree, to look competent yet approachable. – Douglas, photographer
Piranha photographed the Kingfisher board members in the company’s London offices to generate a full-length image of the team together. The photograph appeared in this year’s annual report and accounts.
The head office in London of this company required that the board members to be photographed together as a group for their annual report 2016/17 as well as individually. The final photographs were used as portrait shots to accompany the individual reviews and sections of the report and group shots for the relevant pages. The final published report pages featuring the photographs can be seen below –
Recommendation on LinkedIn –
Hi Sam, hope you’re well? We keep getting great internal feedback about the report in general, and also about this year’s photos, so thanks again to Douglas!