Osborne & Hollis Ltd

EDUCATION PHOTOGRAPHY

EDUCATION PHOTOGRAPHY

Osborne Hollis provide education photography for a variety of institutions including universities, colleges, secondary and primary schools. Both of us have backgrounds in teaching and lecturing in photography and this has helped us to understand and appreciate the unique requirements of the sector.  We have the experience and ability to get the best from students and academics alike. Our images are used for prospectuses, websites, newsletters, and for local press and media.

 


 Stuart has now worked on several of my projects. Osborne Hollis are now my go-to photographers whether I require a simple set of portraits or to capture complex projects and showcase important equipment (which may not look like much more than a box!) My schedules are always well-packed but Stuart has always delivered quality work despite my ever increasing demands. I can always rely on Stuart to be professional, even when dealing with difficult subjects. 

Bijal Bhagwan, College Marketing Manager

The way the school presents itself has improved significantly since Nick has been working with us. It’s been an asset to have a professional photographer on hand for important events in the school calendar, particularly the recent celebrations to mark our 125th anniversary. The quality of pictures and input have certainly helped with our PR efforts and two magazine appearances, one on the front cover, are testament to that.

Chris Cann, Headteacher

 


Authenticity, connection and passion are communicated powerfully through a range of images that capture the spirit of exploration, discovery and learning.  From children learning times tables to PHD academics producing ground-breaking research, Stuart and Nick are able to photograph the wonderful world of education.  We have photographed a diverse range of people in education: from Sir Alec Jeffreys, Sir David Attenborough and Lord David Puttnam to authors Michael Murpurgo and Fay Wheldon; leading academics at the University of Leicester, to teenagers experimenting in science and little ones on their first day at school.


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