1. How long can I put off my Christmas shopping for?
2. When is an acceptable time to buy that first tin of Quality Street ?
3. When can I start playing Michael Bublé on repeat until Christmas morning?
4. What shall we do for our Christmas party this year?
For number 1 I'd say, not too long unless you want to find yourself in Boots on Christmas Eve panic buying bottles of Brut 33 (Black Friday is coming up and as much as I hate the concept, get it all done then). Number 2 would be about mid-November and 3 is December 1st, the day when you can officially pull the pin on all those Spotify Xmas playlists that have been winking at you since October.
I can't help you with number 4 though, that's up to you. What I can help you with however is the photography side of things. If you're having to organise your company Christmas "do" this year then capturing the right kind of imagery is key as not only will it give your guests a lasting memory of the great time they had but will also serve as useful marketing material internally or externally for any future events you may have planned. After all, you've invested time, effort and expense into organising a memorable event so why not have some great pictures to show the fruits of your labour?
Coming from a corporate background where discretion around VIPs was crucial, my unobtrusive, informal, natural and fun style of photography will capture the true spirit of your event as it unfolds and will give you and your company the kind of exposure you deserve.
If you are holding an event of any kind this Christmas and are looking for a photographer then don't hesitate to give me a call and you can tell me all about it.