Freelance profile

Paul Glendell (Paul Glendell Photography)

Photographer and writer for 30 years. Audio Slideshows produced for the BBC news Web site. Considerable experience of Countryside and environmental issues. Portraits and public relations also a major part of my work. Photos published in most national UK newpapers and many magazines with Time and Life Magazines in the USA. Twenty illustrated features written and photographer for In Britain magazine, news written and photos in BBC Wildlife magazine. Worked in Bratislava Slovakia - I speak Slovak (poorly!) Exhibited Exeter Museum and throughout Europe. Nominated for Humanity Photo Awards 2002, Pictures of the Year 1996 USA. See my web site

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Contact details:

Street: 5 Netherby Road
Town: Aberdeen
Postcode: AB15 9HL
Region/nation: Scotland
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.glendell.co.uk
Also find me on: FacebookLinkedInTwitter
Telephone: 44 (0) 1224 861031
Mobile: 07802 480710

Skills:

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PhotographerRates: Photography
Feature writerRates: Print media
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Subjects:

  • Environment and conservation
  • Charity/voluntary sector
  • Public relations
  • Travel/tourism
  • Local government
  • Children/educational materials
  • Trade unions
  • Videographer
  • Disability
  • Current affairs

Major clients:

  • BBC News Web Site
  • Woodland Trust
  • Prospect Trade Union
  • Ramblers - Walk Magazine
  • The cheese shed

Profile last updated: 2016-08-29 11:47:26

Photographs

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Care Workers for Community Care Magazine © Paul Glendell Care Workers for Community Care Magazine
Katie McAuley and Sonja Stefanics of Torbay Care Trust for Community Care Magazine
Liam Howarth for Maersk Shipping  © Paul Glendell Liam Howarth for Maersk Shipping
Liam Howarth engineer working at RWE wind turbine construction site in Mostyn North Wales for Maersk Magazine
Sarah Walaston MP © Paul Glendell Sarah Walaston MP
Sarah Walaston MP for Totnes photo taken for Pulse medical newspaper