Andy Hall Photography

Andy Hall’s photographic reputation has gained international recognition as a result of the success of his books, A Sense of Belonging to Scotland, the favourite places of Scottish personalities, Touched by Robert Burns, images and insights into the works of Scotland's Bard and the landscape that inspired his poetry, and Scotland’s Still Light, a photographer's perspective on landscape and literature.

Andy has presented illustrated talks on his photography throughout Scotland, in London and in Brussels for Scotland Europa. His books and talks have been used at conferences and for overseas visitors to provide an insight into the beauty and diversity of Scotland’s landscape.

As well as his experience as a photographer, Andy has recently retired from a teaching career which spanned 38 years. His Photo School workshops combine his photographic and his teaching skills in a relaxed and friendly environment. They allow new and developing photographers to become confident with their cameras while, at the same time, encouraging a personal artistic vision that will bring pleasure for a lifetime to come.

“I have worked with Niall and Jacqueline of Perspectives for nearly twenty years. Throughout that time, they have prepared very high quality digital files of images for four of my publications and a whole variety of exhibitions as well as developing and maintaining my website -

“During 2015, I decided to completely update my website with a fresh new look to showcase my new work. Throughout this process, the expertise and creative vision executed by Niall & Jacqueline have been exceptional. I couldn’t be more delighted with the outcome and the website has received unequivocal praise from every quarter of my photography business.

“In addition, the personable, friendly and extremely efficient communications have been a delight for me to work with over the years. Every request, however small or last-minute (and there have been numerous!) has been treated with complete professionalism and a sense of humour. I trust them implicitly to render my work to the highest possible standard.”

Andy Hall