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Conference Photography

I have been to thousands of conferences, capturing the key speakers, break out sessions, informal meetings, registration, coffee breaks and formal dinners. Conferences are an important part of the business and academic world and where people come to share ideas, present new theories and products and to network. Conferences are also events where companies bring together their staff and executives to keep everyone informed and up to date with current movements and developments.

If you organise a conference you will be using social media to tell a wider audience and you will want professional images that stand out to be picked up and used on the web and in other social and trade outlets. I am a photographer with experience and skill who can help you achieve these aims. I fully understand what my clients need from their conference photography and I know how to achieve those images.

Conferences are also a time when it might be possible to build a bank of staff images so I can come equipped with a portable studio to take portraits of your staff for your other purposes.

If you are planning a conference and need a photographer please give me a call and let me help you make the most of your photographic potential from the event.



Kathleen Colvin
"We hired Keith for the first time for a formal black tie Oxford college dinner. Keith did a great job capturing the mood, environment and subjects for our needs. We received the photos promptly as requested and look forward to working with Keith again in the near future."

Kathleen Colvin
Ogilvy 4D Oxford


Here are just a few clients we have worked with.

Pembroke College
Oriel College
St Anne’s College
Worcester College
Somerville College
St Antony’s College
St Edmund Hall
St Catherine’s College
Lincoln College
Lady Margaret Hall

Oxford Brookes University
Magdalen College School
Christ Church
Brasenose College
University of California, Berkeley
European School Culham
Oxford University Law Faculty
University of Oxford Development Office
Henley College