Photo gallery from the Aegon Masters by Paul Cunningham…

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meet Paul….

 

In the heat of the moment, at the heart of a triumphant celebration of the winning team or athlete, to keep a cool head and capture those moments that live forever is the passion of photography.

As a freelance photographer, I’ve had the extreme honour and absolute pleasure of capturing those moments and working with some truly outstanding, creative and talented people that has generated an enormous variety of photographic situations, from the studio setup to wiring images to picture desks minutes after an event – sleek product images and posing models – to live corporate events, film sets and
auto shows – from London to New York and Sydney and many fantastic places inbetween.

Recent accreditations include; AEGON Masters Tennis, the London
stage of the FIS World Cup Ski and Snowboarding, Twickenham England Rugby Open Training Sessions, the London stage of the Tour of Britain cycling, ITU Dextro Triathlon UK, the Mastercard Final Trophy – Barbarians v All Blacks & the Friends Provident Cricket Trophy Final.

Rising to the next challenge; if you are planning your next project and would like an informal chat about your ideas or would like to discuss my work, my folios and contact details can be reached at: www.paulcunningham.co.uk

Other contact details –
youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/paulcunninghamphoto

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About Melina Harris

Melina Harris is a ghost writer for tennis professionals and coaches worldwide. She provides a professional ghost writing service for tennis professionals needing assistance with writing articles, autobiographies, websites, blogs and coaching guides. She is a PTR qualified tennis coach with several years coaching experience in the UK and has a First Class Honours Degree in English from the University of Leicester, where she was Editor of the Student Newspaper, BBC columnist and number one female representative for the University tennis team. Melina has written freelance articles for a variety of different publications and specialises in tennis journalism. View all posts by Melina Harris

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