An agency that when it takes on a client's project provides a complete production service from start to finish, doing everything they can to lift the weight of responsibility from the shoulders of the client, and meet the demands of the brief in the best possible way. They stress the importance of the agency/client relationship, which they seek to nurture as an on-going team dynamic built to last for years, rather than for just a one-off job. They offer professionalism, attention to detail and a hands-on approach, tailor made for the clients needs. On their books are the following photographers:
Daniel Pangbourne speciality babies, children, family lifestyle. He's recently been shooting for a high street supermarket re-branding project involving the casting of a lot of children, for which the Sharon Brandman Agency carried out the pre-casting and post production needs in order to get exactly the right faces for the job. Daniel's also been working for Johnson & Johnson, Early Learning Centre, Kimberly Clark, as well as Calpol, who provide medicine for children. John Blythe who is an experienced food, drink, interiors and lifestyle, is at this very moment involved in a changeover of creative style with a global food chain. The campaign is bound to be very big and will no doubt soon be visible throughout the land.
Other rising stars include Stuart Chorley, an underwater specialist who used his amphibious talents on a big campaign for Shell Oil; Carlo Miari Fulcis, who works mostly on fashion shoots and did the Police sunglasses campaign; Richard Seymour, who does mainly car shoots/landscapes and Paul Biddle, who is a still life jewellery expert. The Sharon Brandman Agency understands the quality of the brand.
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