Corporate Away Day Photographer

I’m Rob Petherick and I offer high quality commercial photography to capture your company’s away days at their productive, exciting and hopefully enjoyable best.

Whether your team is knee-deep in mud, building rafts or devising new strategies in more comfortable surroundings, you may wish me to catalogue or record some or all of it. My services will enable you all to celebrate their activities and achievements.

Good Reasons to Engage a Commercial Photographer for your Away Day

Professional photographs of team-building events can be powerful marketing tools.

In effect, they’re proof of the success within your business and can help your current and future clients to have confidence in your services. For external communication, good photographic coverage shows real people doing real things, and flourishing in their triumphs.

Internally too, proof of “what went on” can strengthen the team and the relationships within it.

Almost everyone looks forward to getting out of the office for a day or two. Moreover, team development programmes can be a significant financial outlay; one that your management team would perhaps like to review and document.

How I work

Regardless of the size, scale or nature of your company away day, my skills lie in putting people at their ease quickly and in being responsive to each situation to capture the moment. I can develop a flexible plan or photographic brief on your behalf, with a focus on creating the images that best promote your business – and the people in it.

In other words, I know how to adjust where and how I take pictures of your event for that all-important excellent impression.

How to Use My Images

Of course, copyright will belong to you so you may use them any way you would like, but they could be useful for:

  • Websites
  • Brochures
  • Internal communications
  • PR campaigns
  • Newsletters
  • Blogs

Great images of an enjoyable away-day event, be it training, team building, or strategy development sessions gives your company good commercial memory-making capabilities. And that’s always going to be good for business.