Chris Pearsall is a professional commercial photographer located in Hampshire, with over 38 years’ experience supplying corporate, advertising and editorial photography to some of the country's largest blue-chip companies and agencies.
Your business image is vital to its success and even in this digital age, great photography on your website, in a well-produced brochure or on a striking poster can be a powerful and persuasive aid to commercial success.
In addition to producing superb location pictures, studio set-ups and product shots, our extensive industry experience is available to help in planning projects,
devising concepts and executing final production stages.
We can offer tailor-made photography packages to suit your budget, whether it's for PR initiatives, portraits of the board, pack-shots of your latest product range or stunning images to make your annual report stand out from the crowd.
From our Hampshire base, in the heart of the South Downs National Park, we provide outstanding location and studio photography for commercial clients in Hampshire, Surrey, Sussex and throughout the UK.
I’m delighted to say that my portrait of actor Kenneth Cranham has been selected by Holborn Studios to be part of their 40th Anniversary photographic and film exhibition this June. This image will be exhibited alongside some very iconic names in professional photography from the past 40 years so it’s a big honour. It was shot as pre-publicity for his role in Florian Zellers’ play “The Father”, which takes an emotionally intense look at the world through the eyes of a man experiencing dementia. Cranham won an Olivier Award for this performance.
Recent shoot with Tania Rahman, owner of the Chit Chaat Chai restaurant in Wandsworth. Tania is spearheading the new wave of Indian street food in the UK and agency SCS PR and Marketing needed a bright, fresh set of images to accompany feature stories and press releases.
Earlier this year we visited the house in Bromsgrove to photograph the Stiltz homelift installation. Until last night all our pictures were under BBC embargo, but now the programme has aired we can finally show them. 28 year old Karis was diagnosed with cerebral palsy as a baby. She still lived with her mum Karen, who’s own health was deteriorating and was making caring for Karis almost impossible. Older sister Jo was desperate to give Karis a new home, but her house was wholly inaccessible as the doors and corridors were too narrow for a wheelchair and there was no easy access to upstairs. To avoid Karis having to go into a residential home Jo’s house had to be completely remodelled by Nick Knowles and the team. Needless to say Karis and her family were absolute joy to work with and it was a pleasure to see how the DIY SOS project – and in particular the Stiltz homelift – has changed the family’s life.
It’s November. The weather has been terrible and we have socks to photograph. I foolishly suggest the “socks on the line on a sunny day” shot would be a nice addition to my client’s website. She says yes. I then realise that am now totally dependent on the weather. But what’s this ? On the morning we’re ensconced in the studio the sun suddenly comes out ! We grab the products, some clothes pegs and a length of line and rush outside. We grab the shot and 20 mins later it starts pouring with rain again…
It’s the 22nd September and a bright a chilly morning for our group photo of no less than 150 graduates taking part in British American Tobacco’s Grad Academy training programme. And yes, (almost) everyone is looking at the camera !