Photographer  in  Cornwall

Who ?

Mike Newman is a freelance photographer based in Penzance, Cornwall.  Mike works with businesses, editors and designers to create new photo &  video content for online and print publications.  

Mike can also provide holiday home photography, photos for national press features and tourism promotions, surf photography or business PR photos.  

Even photos of  babies underwater!


With over twenty years experience in photography managing briefs and deadlines for a variety of different customers and businesses, Mike has also gained an extensive knowledge of coastal locations in Cornwall. 

Being in Cornwall also allows him to indulge his passions for waves, surfing and the ocean.

Working together

if you have you got an upcoming project, I'd love to collaborate with you! 

Get in touch with me using my contact form to discuss your ideas or to book a shoot.  If you prefer to chat,  just give me a ring on

    07970 887 914

Clients, previous and ongoing: 

Coast Magazine -The Times - Sunday Times - Guardian -Nixon Design -CornwallToday - Cornwall Council - Convergence Partnership - Betty Boyns - Robie Robes - Pure Holiday - Kitesurf Magazine - Newlyn School of Art - Cornwall College - Falmouth University - Apex News - Carrick Housing - Wavelength - Rhino -  Saltrock - Pit Pilot - Carve - Surfer's Path - Isles of Scilly Steamship Co - Kiteworld - Truro Cathedral - Surfers Against Sewage - Cornwall Blind Association - Seasalt - CN4C - Triathlete's World - Julian Foye - ROK Ltd - ATA Architects  - Graeme & Rust Design - Sharp's Brewery - National Trust - St Michael's Mount - Boex 3D Design - Minack Theatre - Vodafone -  Conde Nast Traveller - Magicseaweed - Surfline - PK Porthcurno -SouthWest Coast Path

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