About Sharron Wallace
I find it completely fulfilling to bring a person or event to life in print or online, making an image or collection of images tell a story at a glance.”
Sharron Wallace has captured an impressive range of photographs in her 20 year career, including high-ranking politicians, the Royal Family, arts, cultural and charity events.
The BBC, Channel 4 and The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust have also commissioned Sharron and she has had the privilege of photographing the iconic Nelson Mandela, Princess Diana, Tony Benn, Margaret Thatcher, Stewart Hall, Maya Angelou and Michael Jackson.
More recently Sharron has also been commissioned to photograph David Cameron, Teresa May, George Osborne, Boris Johnson, Zak Goldsmith, Sadiq Khan, Ken Livingston, Baroness Doreen Lawrence, Baroness King and Keith Vaz.
In addition to photographing the good and the great, Sharron specialises in portraits and event photography and is regularly booked for annual reports, conferences and staff and team profile shots.
She also has a proven track-record of news photography with her work featuring in national media including The Guardian, The Times, The Voice and Time Out to name but a few.
Sharron has a unique style. She is renowned for creating a relaxed atmosphere and making her subjects feel totally at ease in front of the camera, ensuring that she captures outstanding photos. Even when working in time-sensitive situations and under pressure, Sharron ensures the best poses and angles.
Sharron is able to deliver images to clients while still on location and always meets deadlines. She presents ideas and possibilities before and during each assignment, forging ahead until the client is delighted with the results.
Sharron works in partnership with Mail Boxes Etc in Bromley, a web and graphic design company providing a full photographic, film and design services. Services include everything from branding to web design.
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