Photographer Edinburgh, inspiring people to eat, sip, smile & go with story-led photography.
As an Edinburgh photographer, I aim to inspire people to move, eat, and sip with a smile. I photograph events, products, headshots, and food, & drink for brands that care about providing exceptional experiences. Based in Stockbridge in Edinburgh, I’ve taken photos for worldwide brands like Bacardi, National Geographic, New York Times, and the BBC.
A photographer for businesses in Edinburgh, helping you to develop a strong brand identity, tell better stories, and connect with your audience to become a trusted leader in your industry. A creative partnership you wish you found earlier.
These are some of the brands that have trusted me on photoshoots. By partnering with me, you’ll be working with an Edinburgh photographer with unique industry experience.
What a wonderful thing to see on a Monday morning, these are just lovely, thank you! I hope you like the feature as much as we do. It was definitely a case of too many lovely shots and not enough pages to put them on! Many thanks again and look forward to working with you again in the future.
I have been working with Connor for a few years now, most recently in producing content around my training to swim the English Channel. Connor really knows what he is doing and makes the process really natural and easy for everyone. The results have been amazing and I would recommend Connor to anyone looking for high-quality services.
Connor provided photography for my work, The Glenmorangie Company. The communication was easy and efficient. He was professional and also put our teams at ease which was excellent as he was providing headshots. We were delighted with the quality and variety of the images we received.
The whisky investment company, VCL Vintners, approached me to produce the hero images for their Jubilee limited edition whisky release. This beautiful £595 bottle isn’t your everyday purchase, so the photography needed to reflect the quality and craftsmanship of the liquid. The images helped VCL sell out in record time.