It’s been thirteen weeks now of lockdown by my calculation. However long Coronavirus keeps us behind closed doors the world still needs to turn and business will have to go on in some form or another. Not everyone has had to down tools completely and several of my clients including D3 Architects in Truro is one of them.
They recently completed a single story barn conversion at Perranwell Station, Cornwall and were keen to get on with using images for their marketing. Owners Sue and Rosie Bradbury gave me access for a day and left me to get on with the job ensuring that the two metre rule was followed!
We were lucky with the weather, a pale blue sky with soft sunshine made for perfect conditions.
The building is being used as a holiday let so the owners were also keen to use some imagery to start attracting bookings. Things are looking up and we should be allowed to travel within the UK from the beginning of July, staycations are going to be popular I think and with the quality of accommodation on offer in Cornwall it looks like being a busy second half of the year!
For Architectural and Holiday Let photography see my portfolio at https://simonburtphotography.com/interiors
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I was recently commissioned by Caterer Magazine to photograph Celebrity Chef Paul Ainsworth, who together with his wife Emma run a number of businesses in the picturesque town of Padstow on the North Cornwall coast. The magazine wanted a good selection of portraits, interiors and food photography from across the couple’s three businesses; No.6 restaurant, […]