Tony Harris is the passionate master, providing professional commercial photography to the hospitality industry in London and beyond. He specialises in food photography, hotel photography and architectural photography, including interiors and portraits.
Tony’s love for food photography was born from a passion for visual storytelling and he believes that the key to someone’s heart is through their stomach. The team have worked with a variety of restaurants and hotels across London and the UK, from new food ventures to established restaurant chains.
He works closely with the chefs, bar staff and business owners to make sure everyone understands their importance in the process and are jointly proud of the final images.
The story of a hotel is told most effectively through imagery which instantly allows potential customers to appreciate the atmosphere and style of the venue. Tony has been photographing hotels for decades and has a deep understanding of the finer details which make an image striking, particularly carefully thought-out lighting.
Hotels often use Tony for all of their photographic needs; interior shots, food photography, and portraits. This saves business owners from having to hire multiple photographers and aids the development of a house style that is easily recognised.
Tony has worked with many architects on a variety of building types, including hospitals, universities, hotels and residential properties. He showcases the quality of their work in the best light possible.
The team is able to help build a portfolio of images for architects, enabling them to display their creative and technical abilities to potential clients.
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