Slightly sad... but true When I was 10 and most lads were chasing footballs and watching Top of the Pops, I was taking photographs with an old range finder camera I was meant to be collecting for a jumble sale.
Andy Cahill - Founder & Photographer
While my mates were mending their Raleigh Choppers in their mum’s kitchens, I was building a complete darkroom in my parents’ attic. I even kitted it out with a Russian-made Zenith enlarger.
No surprise then that I started out as a professional commercial and advertising photographer in 1982, when I left Salisbury College of Art. Within a couple of years I launched Photoworks.
Over the past 30 years I've worked on some great shoots and with some lovely clients, the business of photography has changed drastically especially back in 1998 when I embraced digital capture but the basic ground rules haven't changed a scrap.. creative photography will always have a place.
As you can probably tell, I’m a photography propeller head.