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Before you can reach for the stars, you must get off your a*** and swing for the ceiling - Doren Gabriel.


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A great CORPORATE HEADSHOT screams success, if your doesn't, we're here for you. With thousdands of BUSINESS PORTRAITS taken by our PHOTOGRAPHERS IN LONDON, we have rapidly gone from our rusty white van in 2002, to international success. We now operate all over the world with bases in London, Berlin and Miami. Give the team a call today and let's discuss your project.


AIM HIGH On July 20, 1969 Neil Armstrong became the first human to step onto the surface of the moon, but it wasn't until 1986 when I was old enough to understand the true nature of this magical adventure.

On my 10th birthday my dad gave me my first camera, it was a Fujicolor QuickSnap, I aimed it high and took snaps of the moon, that was the first picture I ever took.

I thought if I focused hard enough I could catch Neil Armstrong bouncing around on the lunar surface, and maybe he would give me a wave if I stood still long enough for him to see me.

Years later when I was out of work and with no real prospects for my future, I came across my printed image of the moon, the quality was terrible, but it was a light bulb moment for me.

I started getting inspired my man's ability to reach for the stars, I admired people like Richard Branson and his ability to brand and market his businesses. I thought if I could just make enough money to feed myself for one day, then I could repeat that success another day.

My intention was never to aim too high, I wanted to be realistic and my goal was to pace myself, that is what Aim High is all about, it's about inspiring anyone that is interested in starting a business, and giving them the tools to make the first move. I want to give you enough education to motivate you to make your start, the start is the hardest part, once you're off, the possibilities are endless.

In 2002 I purchased a rusty white van for £500, I turned it into a mobile photography studio and my mission statement was to aim for the ceiling, keeping a roof above my head was my first priority. Aim High.