Congratulations to Faye Collyer of Phase Photography (Brighton) who has achieved a winning entry in the inaugural SuperDog of the Month competition!
Their entry of Lurcher dog Geoff proved overwhelmingly popular with all of our judging panels (Facebook, Photographers, Dog Owners, and Sponsors) and this means Geoff’s owner can look forward to receiving a winner’s certificate, plus a £25 Pets at Home voucher too! Geoff’s image will also be entered into SuperDog of the Year when his image could win £1000 in the annual competition!
Faye is no stranger to success, achieving several winning entries in our sister competition Baby of the Month. Faye founded her studio Phase Photography in Brighton over ten years ago after spending many years working for another studio in the West Country, including a leading chain of studios where she was the head photographer. Since opening the studio, Faye has grown a reputable business that now thrives on recommendation from many happy customers and offers a range of photography services including baby, family, pet, makeover, and even Fairy / ‘Frozen’ experience days!
Faye has an understanding and familiarity that is evident in the diversity of her clients and work and told us “We have a busy studio, and we work with, well anything you can imagine!”
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.
The team at Phase photography includes Clare, who gained her Diploma in Professional Photography (PdipP) and has extensive knowledge of the photographic industry. Faye and Clare are also assisted by two King Charles spaniels; Vogue and Dotty, who are great with children who visit the studio and look after the Phase Photography Instagram account!
Located in Portslade, 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.