Meet the team.

Our specialists have visited hundreds of schools across the UK and have extensive experience within the education sector. Our team of friendly professionals are passionate about providing imagery that will truly enhance and encapsulate every school we work alongside. We’re proud to introduce you to our team.

Katie.

Photographer

Ellen.

Videographer

Tim.

Photographer

Daniel.

Photographer

Matthew.

360 Virtual tours

Ben.

Photographer

Katie.

Katie, the founder of edupic, has specialised in school photography for over 8 years and has photographed over 800 schools across the UK. She works closely with a range of schools, from both the state and independent sectors, ranging from nursery schools through to secondary education.

Katie truly loves being a photographer, which will be crystal clear when you see her at work. She has spent the majority of her professional career working for e4education; one of the UK’s leading school website and design companies as their senior photographer and continues to have a very strong relationship with them.

Based in Stamford, Katie lives with her fiancé Adam and their Irish Setter. She loves nothing more than spending quality time with her friends and family, meeting new people and exploring new places.

Tim.

Tim has been a keen Photographer from an early age and after a successful career at Director level in Manufacturing, planned a change in career to follow his passion for people Photography; turning full time in 2015.

His background gives him an appetite for technical challenges in Photography and in getting the job done calmly, on time and to the highest standards, whilst recognising that not everyone enjoys having their photo taken. He enjoys a mix of Commercial work and personal shoots across a wide range of genres.

As a lover of the great outdoors, he has tried most pursuits including paragliding, climbing Mont Blanc and the Bob sleigh, though Photography now occupies most of his time!

Daniel.

Daniel has been a full time professional photographer since graduating from art college in 1999 and has been photographing in schools since 2005- mixing his passion and range for creative image making with a calm, affable approach with clients and subjects alike. 

Among other things he also shoots cars, products and places and has travelled as far as Japan and the USA for commissions.

Daniel lives in Kent with his wife Helen, and their 4 wonderful children. When not behind a lens he can be found playing sensationally average golf, exercising in his garage or disjointedly quoting Jordan Peterson lectures.

His perfect day would be spent bodyboarding with his family in Cornwall followed by beers in a sun kissed English pub garden. 

Matthew.

Having started shooting 360 degree imagery in 2007, Matthew has spent the last decade dedicated to shooting 360 virtual tours across the globe.

His imagery can be seen on many top ranking school and university websites, from red brick institutions to local primary schools. Matthew prides himself on his attention to detail, ensuring each and every scene he shoots gives the very best impression. 

Matthew has extensive experience and has shot in locations all over the world, they include but are not limited to; Russia, Costa Rica, India, Malaysia, Philippines, USA, China, Middle East.

In Matthews spare time, he spends quality time with his two 2 young sons, enjoys motorcycling and (trying) to lift heavy metal objects in the gym!

Ben.

Ben has been a full time professional photographer since 2006, working for regional newspapers and international magazines, before setting up as a freelance photographer in 2015.

His background in editorial photography gives him a keen eye for a picture that tells a story, as well as helping him hone his people skills. Ben brings a relaxed yet efficient approach to every shoot, and understands how to help set his subjects at ease.

As well as photographing for schools, Ben also shoots weddings across the UK, and takes on commissions for a number of businesses in a range of sectors.

Ben lives in Cambridgeshire with his partner and two young daughters. When not working Ben enjoys family time, playing the guitar, 5-a-side football, metal detecting and travel. In 2012 Ben travelled from the UK to Japan by train and ferry, working on a number of photography commissions along the route.