What a Picture Photography is a family photography company based in Birmingham.
The team comprises photographers Andy (Right) and Kevin (Left) with Kathleen (Centre) helping us out with phone calls, and back office.
Our business covers Wedding, location portraiture equine and dog photography covering the West Midlands, and North Worcestershire predominately.
We will, of course, travel to other nearby Counties to provide a service to you.
Most of our clients book with us because they get on with us when we first meet. We like to include the whole family when working events and have occasionally, in the past, entrusted the little ones with a camera so that they can say that they helped. The response is amazing.
A little about us,
Kevin is a full-time photographer who previously was a Police officer for 26 years before combining two jobs became troublesome. When not shooting for the Company Kevin volunteers for the Charities Remember My Baby and the Royal National Lifeboat Institution. Being an avid American Football fan he also photographs the London Olympians during the season together with any motorsports events that he can fit in. Horse photography is a passion of Kevin’s which is added to our schedule during the summer months.
Andrew is a full-time copier engineer and also fits in weddings and dog sessions. When he gets some spare time he also likes motorsport, caravanning and the two family dogs.
Both Andy and Kev have had camera’s in their hands since they were young thanks to the encouragement of late father Sid who donated the little brownies and Instamatics that they cut their teeth on and through their early years on Zeniths and Canons.
Kathleen is a former railway worker who now helps with the admin side of the business, logistical support at shoots and also volunteers at the furniture shop run by the local St Mary’s Hospice
call on 0121 663 0442, or fill in the form on the contact page
We can discuss any requirements that you have. by phone or email, please get in touch
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