About Wood & Co

So who is ‘& Co’ ? – quite simply Ian Wood and whoever it takes to fulfil your brief, from filmmakers, models, model agencies, make-up artists, high-end retouching, hairdressers, word smiths, room stylists, set designers, art directors, luxury accommodation / sets, drivers, location scouts, web designers and marketeers the list is endless and if you should need someone for your project there is a very good chance we will have worked with them, know them or be able to source the skills to assist. We are also happy to act on a consultancy basis should you be bringing your own team to the Lake District.

Ian Wood is a full time professional photographer based in the English Lake District but covering assignments worldwide, with an established business you can be assured of the quality of work and attention to detail his experience brings. Wood & Co work out of a dedicated 3000 sq ft commercial studio space in Kendal, including a large white infinity cove with a footprint near to 600 sq ft, with easy  links to all major arterial routes and are only around 2.5 hours out of Central London, 1.5 hours out of Central Manchester and have easy rail and road links to most UK destinations and of course on the doorstep of the Lake District making us perfectly placed to make your project happen. We are very proud that our beautiful English Lake District is now a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Examples of each genre are available in the various galleries on the site, please take some time to emerse yourself in the slideshows and if you like what you see please do not hesitate to get in touch to discuss your project, you can find the contact form here.

Ian can often be found networking with some of the most inspirational names in the photographic industry, regularly attending training seminars and workshops by leaders of the photography industry worldwide, he is a Platinum member of the Canon Professional Network, The Guild of Photographers and is former chair of Kendal’s IN Group, he has also won the odd award but it seems so have all photographers, so nothing to really shout about!

Ian Wood Photographer credit Ben Barden