About Working Images

Working Images is owned and run by Chris Honeywell, a professional photographer with twenty five years experience in a wide variety of photographic fields. Working Images is based in Oxford, which gives good access to the whole country,

Chris has long been established within the Oxford area, working with businesses to help project a quality image of themselves and their products.

Recent photographic commissions have included:

  • Architecture and buildings
  • Portraits
  • Vehicles (including racing cars)
  • High-quality furniture
  • Sculpture
  • Ceramic artworks
  • Oil paintings
  • Luxury kitchens
  • Medical equipment
  • High-value silverware
  • Chemical processing equipment
  • Soft toys
  • Aids for the disabled
  • Industrial inspection machines
  • Premium domestic interiors
  • Stainless steel scientific vessels
  • Specialist lighting equipment
  • Warship interiors

These projects have included a wide variety of locations, both inside and out. These have included; in the studio, in workshops, factories, machine shops, artist’s studios, showrooms and dockyards.

With a specialist knowledge and particular interest in all things engineering and industrial, Chris has developed a particular skill in recognizing unusual and interesting locations and viewpoints, an essential skill in industrial photography.

All work is carried out digitally. Projects are discussed fully beforehand to establish what work the images need to do, how to obtain the best possible value for the cost involved and to, as far as possible, know that cost beforehand.

Chris holds a private pilot license, which means that aviation photography is an area of particular interest. Chris has therefore a thorough understanding of the challenges facing photography within the aviation industry both on the ground and in the air.

Why commission a commercial photographer?

Since the advent of digital photography a number of years ago it’s presumed by many that anyone can take a commercially useful photograph. This simply isn’t the case. It’s true that the explosion in digital camera sales and provision of online albums and social media sites have made amateur photography so much more fun. It’s all there for everyone to see and enjoy and has helped to create a sense of connection between friends and families.

Still the difference between this and a hard working image that can be used to promote businesses via electronic and printed media is vast. From corporates to sole traders, a professionally crafted image can be one of the best investments you can make to promote your business.