A former Town Planning Graduate who very quickly developed a serious aversion to red tape, 9-5 timetables and being told what, when and how to do things, Tyne-Valley Graeme Peacock has worked as a professional landscape/architectural/aerial stills photographer for over 20 years. During this time he has amassed a largely unrivalled independent colour image library showcasing the built and natural landscapes of Northern England, the Scottish Borders, East Lothian/Edinburgh and the Moray Firth. To date there are some 980,000 digital images held on file. These images can be reproduced as high quality display prints and on other substrates, as well as being licensed for single/multiple website usage and print reproduction purposes.
Commissioned work is regularly undertaken across the UK and this is tailored to cater for a wide range of budgets.
Throughout his photographic career Graeme has always subscribed to the same three basic working principles: 1) Aim to different; 2) Strive to be better; 3) Do your utmost to ensure that you can be both.
His client base for commissioned work and image licensing is wide and varied, embracing such bodies as National Trust, English Heritage, Northumbrian Water, Northumberland National Park, Ordnance Survey, Nestle, many local authorities across Northern England, Visit Britain, Natural England, Coca Cola and Disney to name but a few.
In addition to the above, a bespoke design and print service working with Newcastle-based suppliers caters for a wide range of retail and marketing products across both the public and private sectors.