International Award Winning Photographer…
Gary Walsh Photography
North East Photographer based at his Norton High Street Studio.
Norton High Street has been Gary’s work home for 19 years and in that time he has seen many changes in photography styles. He continues to work hard, embracing change and bringing fresh ideas to every assignment that he shoots.
Gary Walsh offers professional and creative wedding photography that captures every special moment on your big day. He has photographed over 1000 weddings, mainly in and around Teesside, Stockton, Durham and the North East, but he is happy to travel and bring his experience and knowledge to you.
Gary also specialises in portrait photography and his skill set makes for a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere, putting you at ease from the moment you walk into his studio or on to the location of your shoot. Gary has a fully equipped portrait studio at his Norton premises and he can be seen out and about photographing his very in demand location portraits. As well as using many local north east landmarks, he has good relationships and access to many luxury country house hotels across Teesside.
As a commercial photographer based in the North East, Gary has worked with a variety of successful businesses, capturing the key message behind the company and using powerful images to build a visual identity. His corporate work can be seen on many north east business websites and brochures. Gary is a regular contributor to Stockton News, which is Stockton Borough Councils community magazine.
Gary has won many national awards for his photography, including; Fujifilm Portrait Photographer Of The Year, The Master Photographers Association Wedding Photographer Of The Year, Olympus Wedding Photographer Of The Year and North East Master Photographers Association Photographer Of The Year.
Gary has recently been accepted into the Wedisson Photographers Community, this is considered to be a group of the best creative and talented wedding photographers from across the world. Learning and sharing new techniques and bringing them back to Teesside.