Angus Thomas is an award-winning portrait photographer with a wide range of experience in corporate and commercial photography. He is signed to Getty (Celebrity & Entertainment) in London to enable him to distribute images through their network and works as a freelance throughout the UK. His ability to capture decisive moments with discretion has earned him the respect & trust of both clients and booking agents. The majority of Angus's images are lit which has enabled him to work under any conditions in any location. He specialises in corporate portrait and event photography shooting major names throughout the UK including Mitsui, VW, Honda, Range Rover, Barclays, HSBC, Warner Music, Conran and McLaren.
Angus has a wide range of skills which enable him to offer a full professional on-site event and portrait service. These include on-site editing and detailed photoshop work, on and off-camera flash photography, studio skills, video editing, design skills and web development. Angus is extremely competent dealing with high-level client engagement and has worked one-to-one with global CEO's and CMO's of major FTSE100 and overseas corporations.
As a portrait photographer Angus's style is contemporary with an eye to the traditional. His collaborative approach produces leading edge images whether reportage or portraiture. He is a great addition to any team and above all brings a "can do" approach to all his projects. He revels in the privilege of being an integral part of the client's project.
Away from the camera Angus is an athlete having competed in triathlons at Olympic and 70.3 distances. He is a keen proponent of Anusara Yoga and occasionally sculls and rows on the River Thames. He is a regular contributor to various publications on addiction recovery and mental health issues. He also runs, writes and photographs for Rowing Classifieds and occasionally teaches flash photography and photography business skills through Speedlighters.
Angus Thomas is a corporate photographer specialising in lit photography in London, Hampshire, Oxfordshire, Berkshire and throughout the South East