Freelance profile

David Colbran (DJC Design Liverpool)

My approach is based on matching – if not exceeding – the photographic requirements of our clients, both creatively and technically. I achieve this by first thoroughly exploring and understanding each commission, establishing how images are to be used and how the resulting photographs can best convey key messages and meet marketing objectives. I'm based in Liverpool, and cover Manchester, Chester, Cheshire, Lancashire and North Wales but also work across the UK on longer commissions. I hold comprehensive professional indemnity & public liability insurance.

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Contact details:

Town: Liverpool
Region/nation: North West
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.djcdesign.co.uk
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Telephone: 07810321634

Skills:

See suggested rates:

PhotographerRates: Photography
Web developerRates: Online/editing
from the Freelance Fees Guide.

Subjects:

  • Business and commerce
  • Public relations
  • Current affairs
  • Music
  • Lifestyle
  • Architecture

Major clients:

  • Liverpool John Moores University
  • M&C Saatchi
  • Wates Construction Group
  • Cobalt Housing Group

Profile last updated: 2013-05-09 12:56:41

Photographs

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Corporate portraits © David Colbran Corporate portraits
Example from a large series of corporate portraits for a major solictors firm.
News story - Irish racism in the UK © David Colbran News story - Irish racism in the UK
‘Peaceful patriots’ counter-protesters gesture to the head of the march. At an Irish community march organised by the James Larkin Society, Liverpool 2012. Part of feature piece in the Irish Times.
News story - Occupy movement in Liverpool © David Colbran News story - Occupy movement in Liverpool
A non-violent assembly and protest in Liverpool in solidarity with protests in London, Rome Madrid, and New York. At the same time thousands continue to occupy Wall Street and hundreds of cities from Paris and Madrid to Buenos Aires and Caracas are staging actions and occupations together for a global day of action.