Alvey & Towers Photographer Peter Alvey
Peter Alvey is a Midlands based (Market Harborough) professional photographer and film maker with over three decades experience.
Peter’s photography and video work covers a wide variety of subjects, including industrial, commercial, construction, transport, fashion, editorial and PR photography, and his reputation for creating stunning business and private portraits is well known.
Peter Alvey’s photographs have been used by a large number of national companies over the years, including: Balfour Beatty, Bovis Homes, British Heart Foundation, Cameron Homes, Costain Galliford Try, DHL, First Group, GoVia, Great Western Railway, Hertz, Highways England, Jelson Homes, Keolis, London Underground, McCarthy & Stone, Network Rail, NHS Trusts, Office Of Rail And Road, Pets At Home, Stannah, Subway, Taylor Wimpey, Topps Tiles, U3A, Virgin Trains East Coast, and William Davis.
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Peter’s images have also featured in many newspapers and magazines including: BBC Top Gear Magazine, Daily Express, Daily Mail, FHM, Highways England, Maxim, Now, Nuts, The People, The Independent, The Scotsman, The Sun, The Sunday Times, The Telegraph and Zoo.
Peter Alvey is based in the East Midlands in Market Harborough, close to Leicester, Kettering, Hinckley, Nottingham and Derby, however Peter’s industrial and commercial photography frequently takes him across Europe and beyond, working on assignments for his many clients.
Event Photography Proofs:
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Lectures for Photographic Societies and Camera Clubs
With three decades of experience in professional photography to call upon, Peter is a compelling speaker for any photographic society or camera club seeking an entertaining and informative evening.
Peter presents his evenings more as illustrated “informal chats” rather than lectures, preferring the audience to participate by asking questions, and offering tips and advice where he can, whilst delivering numerous amusing and interesting anecdotes from his experience as a professional photographer.