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Hi and thanks for dropping in. I am a professional photographer and I've enjoyed an incredible career spanning 37 years. As well as photography, For several years now, I have been managing clients creative requirements. This has included creation of websites, managing social media and working with regional media outlets to get news, events and causes into the public domain.

As around 50% of the work I now do is in this vein it is time to change my message, and so my business now has two parts - Newbold Photography, which includes introducing other local photographers to meet demand, and NewBold PR & Media - basically all the new stuff! To find out more - follow my feeds and watch it develop. (back in the day that was done in a dark room!)  

One of my regular  exciting projects - a bi-annully newsletter for the Surrey Lieutenancy complete with active links and vibrant content. Email me directly if this is something that would benefit your organisation! Rad the Sprin

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TESTIMONIALS

'Digital Photography - A one day wonder workshop for building knowledge of process and application. 

Our group were left with the entry level understanding and higher level sense of confidence that has enabled us to practice and improve - creating website and press worthy images for our charity.  Would certainly recommend. Thank you! ' 

Susanna Plummer, Head of Marketing & Communications, Watts Gallery - Artists’ Village

'Andy is a truly talented photographer who has created some wonderful family pictures to celebrate my Dad's 70th birthday. We all had such fun and he was absolutely great with the kids. Andy was also our wedding photographer 13 years ago, so it was lovely to reconnect and for him to be part of another special occasion. Thank you so much Andy.'  Mickey Huggins

'It’s hard to believe it’s only a week since we did the very enjoyable hoot on a cold foggy day in Farnham.

When I looked out first thing in the morning I thought this is not going to be a good day for a shoot, but how wrong I was. Most photographers don’t like having their own photo taken and I am definitely one of those, so hearty congratulations on making it feel easy, relaxed and such a success for the outputs, which I will definitely be using shortly on all my marketing materials.'  Read more   Kate Lloyd

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