Identity Photography for the National Trust
A few months ago I was commissioned to shoot the new identity images for the National Trust Estate of Brodick Castle on the Isle of Arran (Scottish West Coast). Brodick Castle has been closed for two years and after some restoration and alteration is due to reopen to the public in April. The Trust were after an updated collection of images that were more insta than historical record.
I totally lucked out with some glorious weather and considering the very small window of opportunity I had to capture, I was thrilled to bits. Arran is a unique island, its weather is heavily influenced by the Atlantic Gulf Stream meaning it is the Phi Phi Leh of Scotland. Spending 24 hours on the island covering, dawn, dusk, interior, details and the impressive gardens, was a genuine pleasure.
The NTS and Brodick Castle are now ready for your visit.
Whether working in studio or on location, in Scotland, across the UK or internationally, Jo generates editorial and corporate portraits of the highest quality. Her expertise and calm competence combined with her creative instinct make her one of the United Kingdom's most sought after photographers. From photographing national advertising campaigns to portraits for international publication, feature collections or multinational corporate photography Jo's carefully crafted work is tailored to the needs of each client.
Jo is an Edinburgh based photographer specialising in portrait photography for corporate, editorial and advertising clients worldwide. Working out of Scotland, Jo produces work for publications, corporations and campaigns, on location and in studios across Britain and internationally.
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Brand Identity photography for the National Trust for Scotland