Bailey Cooper Photography
Bailey Cooper Photography: A team of two...
Kate Cooper FMPA FBIPP QEP
Kate creates award winning commercial studio images for a wide range of bailey-cooper clients.
As a previous winner of the UK MPA/BIPP Advertising Photographer of the Year, Kate's work has been recognised at the highest level and is regularly used by design agencies and magazines throughout the world. In 2007 she won the highest accolade possible from the BIPP/MPA: Best Fellowship Panel of the Year.
For obvious reasons, Kate brings a feminine touch to the Bailey Cooper mix: Her flair for fashion and design really comes into it's own when working alongside Paul - particularly at weddings!
Despite admitting to being a 'technophobe', Kate has mastered the very latest in digital camera technology, and now pushes the boundaries to the absolute limits to create her winning images.
As our 'cherubs' photographer, Kate now spends a lot of her time making gurgling and coo'ing noises in the studio whilst photographing babies!
So if you're looking for a female photographer in York for your next assignment... give Kate a call.
Paul Cooper FMPA FBIPP QEP
Since founding the business Paul has gained many awards - including the top accolades of UK Photographer of the Year from the Master Photographer's Association AND from the British Institute of Professional Photography.
Paul has served as the Commercial Sector Chairman of the MPA/BIPP's qualification team and has previously received a Presidential Award from the MPA for his services to the Photographic Industry. As a result his work is marketed worldwide and he is in regular demand as a photographic speaker and judge both in the UK and internationally.
Paul shoots commercial images for advertising and packaging, press and PR images for the newspaper and magazine industry, and lots of 'people' shots: Fashion shoots, weddings, and portraits are all undertaken with the same flair and creativity that stems from Paul's passion for photography.
In October 2011, Paul became National President for the Master Photographer's Association - a title that he feels very honoured to receive.