Welcome to my Medical & Healthcare Photography Portfolio

I’ve had the good fortune of working with a number of medical practices, laboratories, clinics and hospitals. As someone who is fascinated by innovation in this field, it’s always a pleasure to bring this amazing work to light with my professional photography. Enjoy a brief snapshot of my medical photography work from the past 12 months.

Matthew was an absolute pleasure to work with. He was professional from start to finish and I was really impressed with how directive and innovative he was with our photo shoot. Matthew was incredibly efficient in his communication and follow up. The strongest recommendation I can provide is that after such a positive experience, I would not consider using any other photographer. Thanks Matthew!

Monica Vanderkley

Trust a professional photographer for quality photography that will make your work standout for all the right reasons. From clinics to research labs, I can do it all. Contact me today to see how we might let your work and team shine through beautiful images.

Frequently Asked Questions About Healthcare Photography

How long will a photoshoot take?

Depending on the brief but typically a shoot of an individual on location at a site or workplace will take from 60-90 minutes depending on how many scenes you would like to capture.

Where can I use the images?

Essentially most anywhere, I am always happy for a client to use them in their internal/external marketing, on websites, in social media and in brochures.

If you are going to put them on a billboard or the side of a bus, then maybe we need to talk further but that will have likely already happened.

Who can use the images?

Initially you the client who has commissioned the job, I am shooting for you and your needs and more importantly your brand. If third party businesses wish to use the images that is fine but we need to control it and that business needs to pay for the right to use them. Editorial usage sits outside of that permission, if you are getting publicity in a magazine or newspaper/industry journal then a simple credit is what’s required.

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