Mark Harvey – Sheffield Freelance Photographer
Freelance photographer Mark Harvey has extensive experience built up over 30 years in all aspects of commercial photography. Mark works throughout the UK and is based in Sheffield.
His freelance photography services include conference events (speakers and delegates), corporate and staff portraits, workplace photography, photojournalism, images for press releases, magazines, websites, company brochures, and assignments for marketing agencies.
In addition to his professional work Mark has specialised in social issues and street photography. Many of the images shown in the portfolios on this site demonstrate Mark’s ability to capture those difficult to find images covering a wide range of social issues.
Mark has built up longstanding relationships with clients including The Prison Service, Unite and Unison trade unions, the Alzheimer’s Association, Manchester United Disabled Football Association, Sheffield Star Business Magazine, Action on Hearing Loss, Sero Consulting, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield University, Xactium, DLA Piper, Howe & Co Solicitors, Baker Dearing Educational Trust, and Skill Force.
Mark undertakes voluntary work with homeless people in Sheffield supporting the Cathedral Archer Project. He delivers weekly photography sessions where homeless people use cameras to document aspects of their life around the city. He has also become an artist in residence at Bank Street Studios and exhibitions featuring Mark’s social issues photography are regularly held around the city.
For an insight into Mark’s photography please select one of the portfolios below. Mark can be contacted on 0780 258 7598, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mark Harvey is the ideal professional photographer: prompt, creative, quick-witted and with the ability to put clients immediately at ease. The results are always exactly what we require.
I work in schools documenting the progress of young people from deprived backgrounds who are part of an aspiration raising programme. Having never been photographed before, many of the teenagers are unconfident and self-conscious. It is essential to win their trust before the work can start and the young people respond really well to Mark; he takes the time to put them at ease and to help them really enjoy the experience. The results are consistently excellent and have contributed to the expansion of the documentary project.
I found iD.8 Photography to be extremely professional and I was really pleased with the results that they achieved. They took all of the stress of building a new image library off of me and made the whole project a great success
The Workstation, Sheffield