Nick Ford Photography

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Nick For PortaitBrighton born and based photographer Nick Ford has studied, and worked in photography, for more than ten years. His experience as a Senior Photographer and Manager aboard P&O Cruises & Cunard, allowed him to combine his love of travel and passion for photography taking him to Australia, Asia, The Middle East, Europe, Africa and America.

In 2014, to meet the needs of his growing client base, Nick established a dedicated studio and exhibition space on Oxford Street in central Brighton. This allows him to concentrate on portrait, wedding and commercial photography, whilst still working on location as and when required.

As a fully-fledged Brightonian, Nick has always enjoyed the city’s creativity. He’s exhibited in the Artists’ Quarter, Cactus Gallery, Phoenix
Gallery, and since 2014 his Oxford Street Studio has been included in the Artists’ Open House programme during The Brighton Festival and The Photo Fringe as well as encouraging local artistic talent with their exhibitions.

Nick works closely with his clients to produce exactly what is desired; from wedding and civil partnership celebrations, to family, children or pet portraits, he’ll draw out the best image.

Nick’s commercial clients include TUI Travel, Classic Collection Holidays, P&O, The Sussex Beacon and The Dogs Trust Shoreham.

As Nick says: ‘For me customer satisfaction is paramount. I’ll always strive to go the extra mile for my clients, whether it be hanging off a
balcony to get the perfect wedding photograph, trying everything to get a baby to smile, or using doggy treats to get domestic pets to stand on hind legs!'

Please feel free to browse the images and testimonials on my website www.nickfordphotography.co.uk,  email me nick@nickfordphotgraphy.co.uk or call me on 07834 912 247 to discuss your photographic needs.

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Nick Ford Photography, 19 Oxford Street, Brighton, East Sussex BN1 4LA
Mobile: 07834 912247
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