Kitchen Design Project

Alternative Images Photography has recently been commissioned again this year by a leading kitchen and bespoke furniture design company based in Buckinghamshire. The company have now been established for 25 years and have a good reputation in the industry for the design of bespoke furniture for interiors. We take care in fulfilling the clients brief and capture the design and installation with a high standard of imagery to reflect the immense detail and quality of the product. Many of the designs are installed and then each unit is hand painted by a skilled craftsmen to the specified colour scheme that was discussed with the client and designers.

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The Shed

A recent conference at this rather fabulous venue was held by one of my clients. The venue was the M Shed in Bristol and from a distance you wonder if it’s there or not. But is a museum on the ground floor with the facility on the upper levels. It has a wonderful bright meeting area and great views over the bay with boats and restaurants viewable in the distance.

M Shed

 

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An Important Member of the Team

Meet our company cat, Jess. She is now two years old and acts more like a dog than a cat. Her favourite food at the moment is Tesco’s crunchies. In any flavour she’s not bothered. Main roll within the company is to sit on your lap whilst making phone calls and giving licks and cuddles when you don’t really have the time or sitting in various bags and boxes of equipment.

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JESS THE CAT

 

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British Soft Drinks Association Industry Lunch 2012

Alastair Campbell invited as guest speaker at the British Soft Drinks Association annual Industry Lunch.british drinks association lunch 2012 photo 2

British Soft Drinks Association Industry Lunch 2012

 

A packed audience gathered at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel on 25 September for BSDA’s 25th anniversary Industry Lunch with speeches from BSDA president David Saint and former government communications chief Alastair Campbell. They spoke about how much the soft drinks industry, politics, the media and wider society had changed in 25 years, and how much, inevitably, had stayed the same.

David Saint concluded that “the industry grows by listening to consumers, by serving their needs, and by thinking ahead to what consumers might need tomorrow.”

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British Soft Drinks Association Industry Lunch 2012

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