Manchester Photographer available to meet your image requirements in Manchester, Cheshire, Liverpool, Staffordshire or the West Midlands for Public Relations Photography, Executive Portrait Photography, Commercial Portrait Photography,
Public Relations Photography, Corporate Photography, Media communications Photography, Exhibition Photography,
Head Shot Photography, Artist Photography, Fashion and Model portfolios.

Executive Portraits and PR Photography can be carried out on Clients premises and comes with a Professional service & time scale to match your expectations, a costing can be provided without any obligation and we offer a Confidential service to all our Clients.

Quotations can be presented as an all inclusive price or priced for each individual service such as Photographer, Make-up artist, Model and Location fees depending on your requirements.

Our standard Hours are Monday to Friday 9am to 6pm, however, our schedule is flexible and it is very common for appointments to be scheduled out of Hours to meet the requirements of our Clients.

Bailey Photography supports the Better Payment Practice Code.


Highlights, Specialties & Features

  • Provision of Digital and Medium Format Film services and scanning services.

Serviced Areas

  • Manchester, Cheshire, Liverpool, Staffordshire, West Midlands

Payment Options

  • We support the Better Payment Practice Code, FULL TERMS & CONDITIONS ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.

Contact Details

  City Manchester
  Postcode M4 6DE
  Address Advantage Business Park, 132 Great Ancoats Street, Manchester
  Phone Number 0800-234-3469

Products & Services

Model data base available

We are able to locate a Model to meet your companies requirement should you be looking to use a Model for Product shots.


Corporate Portraits, Executive Portraits can be shot on location or within the clients premises. They may be shot for one publication such as a Companies annual report, and then reused on a future, unplanned occasion, such as when the Corporate Executive is presented with an industry award.


Wedding Photographers should always do a pre-wedding day reconnaissance of the location and venue if at all possible.

It's very important for the Wedding Photographer to meet the clergyman before the wedding and discuss the rules and any restrictions of the Church or Venue rather then doing it on the wedding day as this will just add more chaos and its likely some very important shots will be missed.

Wedding Photographers should arrive early at the wedding venue on the day as an effective organisation strategy saves enormous time and stress for all.

Portrait Photography

- Corporate
- Executives
- Headshots
- Lifestyle
- Families
- Maternity
- Model Portfolios