PAC Photography is Paul Andrew Crutchley, lead photographer, weapons of choice Nikon's.
Paul Andrew Crutchley hails from his home town of Walsall in the West Midlands. He is very passionate about composing and taking images that will inspire the viewer to delve deeper into them. Paul uses a number of mediums to capture his images including Digital, Digital Infrared, and 35mm film.
Music is something that he holds in high esteem and he enjoys Band / Performance photography. He offers photography for a whole range of genres and has photographed a number of established artists including Toyah Willcox, Adam Ant, Big Country, Mike Peters, Boy George, Gary Numan, Bow Wow Wow, Hazel O'Connor, Pete Doherty, Michael Schenker, Roxette, Feeder, Paloma Faith, Beverly Knight, Kaiser Chiefs, Tom Odell, James Bay, Doyle, Skids and also up-and-coming musicians. Ten of PA C Photography's images now reside in Adam Ant's personal archive, an ultimate achievement as Adam is one of Paul's heroes.
They are also proud to be the Official UK Photographer for the `Achtung Baby' U2 tribute band.
In May 2012 they became a Business Partner with Walsall Education Business Partnership who seeks to encourage greater links between schools, colleges, and employers to raise awareness of what happens both inside and outside schools. So far to date P A C Photography has attended and photographed four events, an `Olympic Challenge Day' at St Thomas More School Willenhall and a `Jewellery Challenge Day' at Hillary Primary School Walsall, and a K'NEX STEM Design and Build Challenge at Shire Oak Academy, Walsall Wood, Guess The Job session at St Francis of Assisi Catholic College, Aldridge. (Images from the Olympic Challenge Day can be seen in the View Your Pictures section of this website)
Our Mission Statement: `To Provide Images that question the viewer to delve deeper into them and to make images that create discussion'.
PaulAndrew Crutchley - West Midlands Music & Lifestyle Photographer
PAC Photography is a professional photography service based in Walsall, covering weddings, portraits, events, commissions, commercial work and Live Music. We also cover the West Midlands or wherever our services are required.
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