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Welcome to my viewing/image proofing site. I'm based in Oxfordshire and work across the UK, in London and on many overseas assignments.  You're likely to find me at a large awards ceremony in London or in a farmer's field in Guatemala, but whatever the setting, I've been providing high-quality photographic images and short films for many years.

I trained in TV & Video production, spent six years as a video cameraman, did a BA in History & English and successfully completed a Postgraduate year in Photojournalism at London College of Printing. Following this, I studied Periodical Journalism and have since worked as a Writer-Photographer-Filmmaker.

I have almost 30 years experience as a Photographer/Filmmaker on a wide range of assignments in more than 40 countries on over 50 overseas trips. In the UK I have worked with numerous charities, educational institutions and arts organisations. I spend a large part of my time on overseas assignments, recently  in Uganda, the Philippines, Kiribati and Malaysia. Followed by work in Niger and India. This is for GNDR - check out their site at  www.gndr.org

In 2017 I was commissioned to take photographs for the website of The Archers - the iconic long-running BBC radio series and current photographic work includes Architectural Progress Photography for Arts and Educational clients. I've recently completed work on long-term projects with the Royal Opera House and London Business School and I'm currently working on progress photography at the new Royal College of Art's Battersea campus. This is due for completion in December 2020.  

Please call/email to book me or if you need any assistance or information.

07956 115788,  geofcrawford@icloud.com

The Small Print: All Images on this site are © Geoff Crawford - please view and (by prior arrangement only) download your images but please do not under any circumstances download any  material which I did not shoot for you or your organisation. I'm sure you wouldn't do this but it has been known and not only is it a bit rude, it's also a breach of copyright and may have serious legal implications. Please call or email if you need any assistance or information.