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I am an A2 CAA licensed drone operator, photographer and videographer. I love to find unexplored places and present them to a new audience.


"Working with Edward on our events has been fantastic. He's captured everything that was required during the event and his shooting is very impressive. Edward is very reliable, attentive, and personable and would certainly recommend his services to others. We look forward to continuing to work with Edward in the future!" - Jack Williams, Head of Operations, Runthrough UK

“Ted is an incredibly gifted photographer and a pleasure to work with. Ted has photographed a number of events at The House of St Barnabas and each time manages to capture the spirit of the event with ease. Ted is reliable, timely and dependable to work with and can understand what we are trying to capture, even through the clumsiest of briefs. I would highly recommend hiring Ted for photography and videography projects” - Tara Hamdi, Head of Income, House of St Barnabas

"Edward Baxter is my go to photographer for shots of workshops, rehearsals and productions. As an actor himself he has an innate understanding of what to capture, when and how.  He is great at getting well edited material back to you swiftly and efficiently as well!" - Andrew Harries, Artistic Director, Young Actors Theatre Islington

"Edward did the photography for our hospital summer ball and we would highly recommend him. He produced our required images to an excellent standard and we were particularly impressed with how quickly the photos were edited and shared with us. A fantastic job all round." - Mary O’Brien, Doctors’ Mess Committee, Imperial College NHS Trust

Favourite Colour - Cobalt blue, preferably wrapped around an Aston Martin DB11
Happiest Moment - The evening I left my office job to travel straight to my first shoot as a full-time freelancer. Never looked back.
Favourite Photographer - Karl Taylor.
Least Favourite Thing - Slow walkers - the bane of any fast-moving photographer's existence.
Favourite Book -  Jurassic Park. Somehow more terrifying than the movie.
Guiltiest Pleasure - Jeremy Kyle lie detector compilations. Hard to get hold of these days.
Worst Job - I once loaded the delivery vans at a national retail chain (referred to on the job as “Slavesbury’s”). 4am starts, five days a week. That was fun.
Favourite Drink - An ice-cold Heineken after a shoot is a must.
Unusual Thing About Me - I can get from my IMDb page to Tom Cruise's in 3 clicks.
Favourite Subject to Photograph - Wildlife. Getting to shoot elusive animals is always rewarding. In the metaphorical sense of course.
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