Faye Collyer is the founder and director of Phase Photography, based in Brighton. Faye took the image of little baby Amelia, who was one of the five winners of the February 2016 Baby of the Month Competition, .
The leap for Faye to own her own studio came after many years working for photography studios in the West Country area, which included working for a leading chain of studios where she was head photographer, before returning to her roots in the South.
Over the last 9 years, Faye has grown a reputable business which now thrives on recommendation from its happy wedding and portrait customers.
Faye has an understanding and familiarity that is evident in the diversity of her clients and work and told us “I run a busy family portrait studio in Brighton and we work with, well anything you can imagine! Phase Photography is very much a team effort! We love photographing Maternity to New Born, Little Angels to Little Monsters! It is a privilege to be working with Baby of the Month and Emma’s Diary, along with many other baby photographers in the UK who are entering the competition!”
Faye completed Licentiate qualifications with both the British Institute of Professional Photographers and the Master Photographers Association in 2009 – a massive achievement and benchmark of professional excellence (LBIPP LMPA) and since then has annually been collecting awards for her wedding and portrait photography.
Working with Faye is Claire Bond, who gained her Diploma in Professional Photography (PdipP) and is an enthusiastic professional with an extensive knowledge of the photographic industry. Professionalism and supreme quality come as standard for any services she provides. Her enthusiasm and flair lies in photographing people and with her relaxed, friendly and approachable personality, you get a connection between camera and subject that results in aspiring and imaginative photographs.
Phase Photography is located in the historic sea side town, Portslade, Brighton. The Boundary and Station Road was once no more than a dusty farm track and is now home to buzzing shops, cafés and salons. Being only a stone’s throw from Portslade train station which was built in 1840, makes the studio ideally placed for customers coming to us from near and afar.