Freelance profile

Nigel Goldsmith

Portraits, PR & documentary, trade union conferences and editorial photography for print and online use. Covering Bath, Bristol, Swindon, Cardiff, Newport, Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Somerset, London S.E. Wales & South West regions

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Contact details:

Street: 14 Tremes Close
Town: Marshfield,
Postcode: SN14 8TB
Region/nation: South West
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.nigelgoldsmith.co.uk
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Telephone: 01225 891154
Mobile: 07973631185

Skills:

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PhotographerRates: Photography
IllustratorRates: Illustration
TrainerRates: Teaching/training
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Subjects:

  • Trade unions
  • Current affairs
  • Environment and conservation
  • Public relations
  • Education
  • Industrial relations
  • Industry
  • Medicine
  • Local government
  • Videographer

Major clients:

  • BBC
  • CWU
  • New Statesman
  • PCS
  • Unite

Profile last updated: 2017-06-05 11:19:57


Extra information:

I have worked in photography since the 1980s. In 1990 I took a BA in photography at the Polytechnic of Central London. I then embarked on a freelance career as a photographer and photomontagist producing montages for numerous journals, some of which went on to win national awards.

I have worked for most of the UK's trade unions producing images for conferences campaigns and for their union journals.

As a photographer I produce studio and location based images for the press, trade unions, publishers and PR.

You can see examples of my work on my website www.nigelgoldsmith.co.uk

 

Photographs

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George Galloway MP © Nigel Goldsmith George Galloway MP
George Galloway MP, leader of the Respect Party
Over worked employee © Nigel Goldsmith Over worked employee
Photomontage illustrating overworked employee for CWU (Communications Workers Union)
Construction Worker © Nigel Goldsmith Construction Worker
Construction worker on roof of building in City of London, for Draper's Company.