As well as letting my work speak for itself, I wanted to let some of my clients words about working with me play a part. So here they are!
“Tearfund has worked with Chris on various occasions both overseas in Uganda, Malawi, Rwanda and Nepal, as well as across Scotland. Chris is really easy to work with but most of all he has an incredible eye for capturing a person’s life-story in an image. We are always confident that Chris will capture just the right image for us!”Graeme McMeekin, Head of Tearfund Scotland
“For several years, Chris has worked with the Church of Scotland Guild at our “Annual Gathering”, a major event of worship and celebration which takes place in the Caird Hall in Dundee every September. We have been delighted with the works that Chris has produced, which not only reflect the spirit of the day, but also his understanding, sympathetic and insightful grasp of the nature of the event and its participants. It’s been a real pleasure to have Chris as part of our team for these Gatherings.”Iain Whyte, General Secretary, Church of Scotland Guild
“As senior graphic designer at SRUC(Scotland’s Rural College) I was constantly looking for high quality images which reflected Scotland’s wide ranging farming landscapes. The images chosen from Chris’s wide selection of landscape images from his website were perfect. They’ve been used on a wide range of brochures and large format exhibitions which have had a far reaching impact on audiences, not only in this country but world-wide. Chris has a real eye for capturing the the perfect image. I would have no hesitation in recommending Chris and his work to organisations looking for the perfect image for their project.”Andrew Dunsire, Senior Graphic Designer, SRUC
“Chris has accompanied me on Tearfund trips to Uganda, Rwanda and Ethiopia, providing photography for various projects and campaigns. Chris has the perfect combination of being an extraordinary talented photographer, an experienced traveler, highly professional, and yet flexible in changing circumstances. He is highly committed to providing the best possible content for his clients. I would highly recommend Chris.”Stuart Lee – Tearfund Scotland Events and Speaker Team Leader
“I have worked with Chris with a number of different charities I’ve been involved with. Chris is unfailingly friendly and courteous on every shoot and his work speaks for itself. Chris will go out of his way to achieve the required shot – on one occasion this meant wading into water to take action shots of kids splashing around! As a graphic designer who always needs high quality images which tell a great story, I can highly recommend Chris’ work.“Eilidh Marks, Freelance Designer
“Chris is amazing; he balances the mix between being professional and friendly incredibly well, making everyone feel at ease. He always wants what is best for you as a client, so will go out of his way to find out what your needs are and think about how best to meet them. He blends into the background at any event he is photographing, unless of course you want him to have his cameras always in your face! He has a great range of equipment and techniques and is unafraid to push the creative boundaries when appropriate. In short I have no hesitation at all at recommending Chris for any of your event photography work.”Suzi Farrant, Church of Scotland Young People and Young Adult’s Development Worker
“In the years I have known Chris, I have been struck by his regard for people and the planet. I don’t know many people who are able to capture so well both the contours of faces and landscapes. Chris has a way of drawing you into his photos that leave you wondering about the people and places and not just thinking that it’s a nice photo you’re looking at. Chris is also passionate about the dignity and value of human and an advocate for justice and change home and abroad. Having worked with Chris for a period, I know that as well as hoping and praying for human flourishing, he works for it in a personal and practical way. Chris is also a lot of fun and we are proud to hang some of his work in our home.”Rev Daniel Robertson, Minister at Davidson’s Mains Parish Church