Published on Thu Dec 11, 2014 by David J Colbran
I was back in Liverpool city centre recently for a PR event at a Three mobilephone store. They have just launched a seasonal promotional app, where you can take a photograph on your phone and the app adds in a suitably festive background. Local celebrity and Atomic Kitten star was there to generate interest and get members of the general public involved. I was there to capture some great PR photography and provide the public relations company with some rush edits for press deadlines on site.
Proved to be a fun shoot, Natasha was absolutely lovely, the PR team were organised and had strong ideas of what they needed and even the staff in the shop were fab and super helpful.
So give me a call if you've got something in the pipeline, anywhere in the region - beyond Liverpool, I've done PR work in Manchester, Preston, Chester, Leeds, North Wales. Even factoring in travelling expenses I will be competitve in price for London work as well - get in contact.
For more examples of my Liverpool PR photography check my Press, Editorial and PR Photography Liverpool portfolio.pr, promotion, promotional, Three Author: David J Colbran
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