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I am based in Wolverhampton, West Midlands, England. I have been involved in photography since I was a boy in the 1970's. (Yes, I know that's a long time!). I learned my craft through traditional film media, but like many, I have embraced and become an avid user of technology, expanding my skills by completing a honours degree in Multimedia Communication. I have also gained an Associateship of The Royal Photographic Society in Applied - Commercial and advertising photography. I have extensive experience in organisational development and people management in both the private and education sector, particularly with creative and knowledge worker teams. 

I draw inspiration from many areas including: Film, Music, nature and favourite  photographers - Ernst Haas, Bill Brandt, Saul Leiter, Elliot Erwitt and Pete Turner

 

I have had work published with: British Journal of Photography, Practical Photography, Yachting Monthly, The Times, Sussex Life, The Royal Photographic Society Journal, Kodak, Barnaby's picture library (London), Charles Advertising, Calendar club, and various agencies and picture libraries.

 

Greg has undertaken a couple of photoshoots at our open air Museum in Singleton, Chichester. Greg has a great skill in capturing the essence as well as documenting the event which provides a range of photos that we can use for different promotional purposes. We have found Greg to be very professional with various requests and he has been a pleasure to work with.
— Weald & Downland Museum, Chichester, UK
Thank you Greg for helping to make our day very special and for capturing it forever. Everyone has commented that the pictures are fantastic, we couldn’t have wished for better. We especially love the photos taken at the golf club which look very natural and relaxed
— Dan & Michelle
These are lovely photo’s so natural yet captivating!
— J & P Webber

 

Greg Vivash BA(Hons) ARPS

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