Actor’s Headshots, Studio in Central Bristol – Cider Mill Photography

I am a creative advertising photographer, specialising in creative adverts for theatre production, using narratives, lighting and locations. Also specialist in headshot photography offering a very reasonable rate in my central Bristol studio.

I am a creative advertising photographer, specialising in theatre photography. I shoot characters and narratives on location with specific lighting creating eye catching theatre production adverts.

I also specialise in headshot photography, with a studio in central Bristol. I offer very reasonable rates and will give you 50+ photos from the shoot with a number of different ‘looks’.  For more information and to see a portfolio of images visit my website www.cidermill-photography.co.uk

Portfolio

Fellswoop Theatre Production Photoshoot

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Advertising images for Fellwsoop Theatre production ‘Ablutions’

Child’s Play

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Photoshoot for a project called Child’s Play

Child’s Play

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Photoshoot for a production called Child’s Play

Child’s Play

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Photoshoot for a produciton called Child’s Play

Other

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In most western societies, conventional understanding of gender divides into the binary opposition of masculinity and femininity, conflating masculine with male and femininity with female. However, gender is not something we are born with – sex is, but gender is not. More contemporary thinking conceptualizes this division as a false construct and in recent years there has been a huge increase in the number of people exploring the masculine/feminine continuum and taking various, and sometimes multiple, places along it.rnrnThis project looks at transgender people who explore multiple gender identities, positioning themselves as combination of masculine, feminine and androgynous in different spaces.rnrnI am interested in the relationship between gender and place and how different aspects of gender are played out within the different settings of daily life. Based within people’s homes and personal spaces, this project explores the different ways people engage with gender within home life. rn

Other

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In most western societies, conventional understanding of gender divides into the binary opposition of masculinity and femininity, conflating masculine with male and femininity with female. However, gender is not something we are born with – sex is, but gender is not. More contemporary thinking conceptualizes this division as a false construct and in recent years there has been a huge increase in the number of people exploring the masculine/feminine continuum and taking various, and sometimes multiple, places along it.rnrnThis project looks at transgender people who explore multiple gender identities, positioning themselves as combination of masculine, feminine and androgynous in different spaces.rnrnI am interested in the relationship between gender and place and how different aspects of gender are played out within the different settings of daily life. Based within people’s homes and personal spaces, this project explores the different ways people engage with gender within home life. rn

Other

Portfolio image: Actor's Headshots, Studio in Central Bristol - Cider Mill Photography - Other
In most western societies, conventional understanding of gender divides into the binary opposition of masculinity and femininity, conflating masculine with male and femininity with female. However, gender is not something we are born with – sex is, but gender is not. More contemporary thinking conceptualizes this division as a false construct and in recent years there has been a huge increase in the number of people exploring the masculine/feminine continuum and taking various, and sometimes multiple, places along it.rnrnThis project looks at transgender people who explore multiple gender identities, positioning themselves as combination of masculine, feminine and androgynous in different spaces.rnrnI am interested in the relationship between gender and place and how different aspects of gender are played out within the different settings of daily life. Based within people’s homes and personal spaces, this project explores the different ways people engage with gender within home life. rn

The Road Home

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Photoshoot from project ‘The Road home’

The Road Home

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Photoshoot from project ‘The Road home’

Child’s Play

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Photography from the production Child’s Play

Child’s Play

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Photoshoot from production Child’s Play

Fellswoop Theatre Production Photoshoot

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Advertising images for Fellwsoop Theatre production ‘Ablutions’

Fellswoop Theatre Production Photoshoot

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Advertising images for Fellwsoop Theatre production ‘Ablutions’