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Photographer in Newcastle

Established in 2007, Philip Hunton Photography operates from studios in Sinclair Court just outside Newcastle City Centre in the North East of England. The studio offers photographic services to a wide range of private and commercial clients throughout the UK.

The aim is simple; a personal and professional photography service to produce imagery that is pleasing to the eye which captures a moment, presents your products, communicates your services, conveys a concept, enhances your portfolio or captures special people in your life.

Since 2007 the studio has provided services to clients ranging from small market traders and Colleges to large international companies including Weight Watchers, HM Revenue & Customs, Hitachi Rail Europe, Shepherd and Montane.


Member of:
Member of the Society of International Commercial & Industrial Photographers

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Clients

What clients have to say

Hitachi Rail Europe

“Phil has captured the progress of Hitachi Rail Europe development since day one with progress photography or photographing our PR events. I personally find Phil very easy to deal with and the quality of photography is second to none.I would not hesitate to recommend him”

Benjamin Mawby, Hitachi Rail Europe

“I worked really closely with Phil initially to get the lighting and set up just as we needed. Phil always spends over and above the quoted time to ensure your happy and the product shots were perfect for us. Even though it ís in the early stages, since the shoot the reaction on social media and other platforms we used them on have been fantastic”

Ric, Storm Tea

Montane

“Phil’s eye for detail, meticulous approach and speed of communication has meant that photography for our new Spring / Summer 2016 pack range is second to none. We are extremely pleased with the images received – he has been able to show the features and particularities of each pack to its full potential. We look forward to working with him again. ”

J Coombs, Montane

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