Conference photography work is an area in which I have a lot of experience. It is a great way for businesses to not only have their event photographed, but also to showcase quality images of their staff at work, giving presentations and networking. I was pleased to be asked to cover Alation’s 2022 conference organised by The Conference People which was very successful. So it was an absolute pleasure that they asked me back again this year. It’s the best compliment you can receive as a photographer and means they feel relaxed in your hands. Conferences usually involve a main plenary often flanked by break-out sessions of smaller groups on different topics. There is therefore a great opportunity to obtain a wide variety of images from the day(s). And of course have a few days away from the office!
‘revAlation’ is the global data software provider’s three day conference in Waterloo. Further legs in Chicago and Australia folllowed. Sadly, Alation didn’t commission me to cover those!
The three days comprised: a main plenary; a vast selection of break-out sessions led by Alation’s passionate senior staff with guest presenters from their vast client base; a brilliant keynote speech from GKN Aerospace‘s CDAO Jon Eklöf; an awards ceremony; group photos and some networking drinks.
I also collated a selection of images for a slideshow which played while delegates arrived in the main conference room on the final day. It’s always fun to watch people’s faces as they watch the slideshow unfold!
Thanks to Hannah and Nikki from Alation and Robert from The Conference People. It was great to work with such a professional and friendly team on such a well-planned and fascinating event once again. I hope to catch up with them again next year.
Here’s a selection from the three days:
Do you need a conference photographer in London? If you’d like me to photograph your conference, please do head to my Contact page and drop me a line. I’d love to help showcase all the hard work you’ve put in to your event.
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