STEPHEN S T BRADLEY – experienced commercial, advertising, PR, annual report, editorial and social media photographer in Dublin, Ireland
Stephen is an experienced commercial, advertising and editorial photographer in Dubin Ireland.
With a background as a photojournalist in his younger years in Belfast, Northern Ireland (covers on every national newspaper in Europe and the U.S.), Stephen S T Bradley consistently delivers unique and interesting advertising photography in Dublin, Ireland, and further afield, from any subject matter or genre.
Experienced working on commercial photography projects for national and multinational clients in Dublin, London, Atlanta, and Belfast Ireland, and specialising in lifestyle and portraiture photography and video.
Working locally, nationally and internationally on advertising, annual report, editorial and portraiture projects for both agency and corporate clients on both sides of the Atlantic – including J Walter Thompson, BBDO, UPS, Randstad US, Georgia Power, CitiBank affilaite Primerica, Diageo and Coca Cola.
Dublin / London / Belfast
We scale our production teams to match the size of any project, from a simple two man photo-shoot, to a full multidisciplinary crew on a large advertising campaign. Delivering high end work – no project is too small or large.
Services include –
- Location and Studio based Commercial Photography.
- Video Production (broadcast quality HD).
- Location Scouting and Clearances.
- Crew Sourcing.
- Talent Casting (via video link if required)
- Contract negotiation and Clearances.
- Set Building.
- Scaleable Studio Facilities.
- Photo Retouching.
Location and Studio: With over 20 years experience working on both single and multiple location commercial photography shoots, in both national and international locations, we are experienced in all aspects of commercial photography logistics, ensuring delivery of high end work and in an environment conducive to the team always giving their best.
Video Production: Stephen is an experienced director of photography. Having filmed on location for UPS in the U.S. and for BBC Worldwide in the UK, where each frame is a standalone image unto itself.
Location Scouting and Clearances: Tell us your requirements and we will efficiently deliver geo located scouting imagery of both well known and yet unfound locations anywhere throughout Ireland, North or South.
Crew Sourcing: Whether you require one or multiple models, acting talent, lighting or electric technicians, we can quickly build a crew from our team of experienced professionals that will accommodate the most simple or demanding of advertising photography project requirements.
Talent Casting: Working with a network of only the best and most experienced talent agencies in Dublin, Ireland, we can quickly set up physical or remote (video) casting for any size of advertising, commercial or corporate photography or video project.
Contract Negotiation and Clearances: Experienced negotiating deals to deliver the most for your buck, every time.
Set Building: Whether studio or location, Stephen is experienced build creative teams for projects of any size for local, national and international photography and video projects.
Scaleable Studio Facilities: Working to the clients brief, and with use of varying size studios that will cater to everything from an automotive photoshoot to a kitchen equipped studio (and chefs), we can shoot small or large delivering mouth watering imagery every time.
Photo Retouching: Delivering everything from simple blemish removal to complete changes of background, we have delivered on multiple occasions on everything from an advertising photography project for Georgia Power to lifestyle photography for the Northern Ireland Executive’s government annual report. In other words . . . we know photo editing software Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom inside and out.
- COCA COLA
- GEORGIA POWER
- ATLANTA GASLIGHT
- HOME DEPOT
- THE IRELAND FUNDS
- INVEST NI
- MORROW COMMUNICATIONS
- AIKEN PR
- WASHINGTON POST
- NEW YORK TIMES
- LA TIMES
- THE ECONOMIST
- DER SPEIGEL
- THE INDEPENDENT
- DAILY MIRROR
- THE TIMES
- IRISH TIMES