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About Chris Winter
Commercial photographer working with Wembley Park, Quintain, Mace Group and Berkeley Group.
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Chris spent 14 years in the Royal Navy, 11 of those as an engineer onboard the Submarine fleet. The last 3 years of service were spent as a Royal Navy photographer travelling the world shooting in some of the most arduous conditions, from the Antarctic cold of South Georgia and Falkland Islands to the heat of the Gulf and Iraq. Chris's privileged position gave him access to photograph members of the Royal family, Prime Ministers and foreign dignitaries.
After leaving the Navy Chris has been working with clients to create outstanding imagery, working with large blue chip companies to small start ups. Chris's creative edge makes his images stand out in campaigns, websites, annual reports and trade publications.
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