is a professional photographer and passionate about all things photography related. Jane specialises in
Mornflake: The Oat Project
Oat broth with honey soy salmon by OatopiaI've had the most amazing time this Summer working with one of the oldest family-owned brands in the UK, Mornflake Oats. It's been really hard not to talk about it, but I've had to keep it under wraps until recently, as I was photographing a top secret project!The Oat Project is a marketing initiative working with Instagram and YouTube influencers - that's
Much more than just coffee - Barista workshop at Food Sorcery Didsbury
I LOVE coffee! I also love the cafe culture and scene that has ever growing popularity in our towns and cities. I consider myself a bit of a coffee snob, looking down on the national and global chains, preferring the superior coffee taste and ambience offered by the independent coffee shops. However, I met some serious hard core coffee lovers today (I can't tell you what they thought of my admission
Say cheese! Capturing the close partnership between a Yorkshire dairy farm and an award winning cheesemonger
I recently had the opportunity to photograph a wonderful cheesemongers in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales. The Courtyard Dairy is a specialist cheese shop and cafe, selling thirty varieties of cheese from the UK and continental Europe.Kathy and Andy SwinscoeThe owners, Kathy and Andy Swinscoe, are passionate about promoting and supporting the few remaining independent farmhouse cheese makers in Yorkshire.They
People do business with people. Use your commercial portraits to make them want to do business with you.
Think of commercial portraits and the first thing that will probably pop into your head is a head and shoulders shot of someone in a suit against a plain background. This is a somewhat outmoded and clinical way of introducing yourself and your team to prospective clients.Far better to have photographs that convey the culture of the business and personalities of you and your team. The images still project
Getting creative with gigantic crisps - Slabs by Great Food Affairs
I think it's fair to say these are no ordinary crisps! They are called SLABS and as soon as you open the packet you can see why! They are much bigger and thicker than any crisps I have had the pleasure of snacking on.Their size and thickness makes them ideal for eating with dips, spreads, pate, cheese etc and this is what the client, Great Food Affairs, wanted to convey via the imagery. So I set about
Brownies and bad jokes with artisan bakers Bowl and Whisk
Rachel and Janet approached me late last year and asked me to photograph tray bakes for their new start up business Bowl and Whisk. They had had the innovative idea of baking delicious brownies and flapjacks on their Cheshire farm and selling them online all over the country.I jumped at the chance of working with them, as they represented my perfect client: passionate, friendly people with a beautiful
" It's Good" to work with beautiful products! A second product shoot with a favourite commercial client.
I started working with Wendy Taylor, the founder of It's Good Shopping Shopping last Autumn and immediately fell in love with her ethically sourced range of products. Read about this shoot and see her Autumn Winter 2016 products. So I was very pleased to be asked to shoot the new Spring Summer 2017 range, with the beautiful Botanist in Alderley Edge as the location once more.To emphasise the change
Family photo shoots for precious lasting memories
Gosh I really am late posting about this fantastic photo shoot aren't I?! You can probably tell from the thick carpet of leaves that this was shot in the Autumn (early November 2016 actually). I've been meaning to share the images for ages as all the elements came together to produce some gorgeous images; the sun was shining and gave us one of those crisp autumnal days that drives us out into
Cheers! Raising a glass to my latest commercial photography assignment.
I do like a glass of wine... or two... so I was very excited to be approached by a Manchester-based wine grower and importer - Boutinot. I was doubly thrilled to learn that they wanted photographs that would tell their story as a company with a genuine "family culture." They embrace their staff, growers, suppliers, merchants, clients and wholesalers as part of the Boutinot family.If you've been reading
Use the power of pictures to tell your story
I love photographing people who come to me and ask for "more than just a headshot." They have realised the power of images to promote themselves, their brand and their story.Sarah Pickles wanted to go one big step further and write her story about fighting stage three breast cancer and as part of that process she wanted images that would show her personality and most importantly, inspire others