Welcome to Craig – our new Photography Manager!
Craig Gunn has joined the team at TNR as Photography Manager. He joins us with over 12 years’ experience from the Daily Mail where he was Executive Picture Editor.
At TNR, we use our experience and skills on behalf of clients to create multi-media campaigns. Craig will lead the team responsible for photography, and use his editorial insight to create picture briefs and campaigns which will have widespread media appeal.
We’ve spoken to Craig, and he is pumped to be joining the TNR team saying, “I’ve always been impressed by the quality of work from TNR and I am excited to take it to the next level. Good images can be the difference between a mediocre campaign and an unforgettable one and if done well, can command more column inches. I am looking forward to advising agencies and brands from the outset for all their photography needs to ensure maximum and meaningful results.”
Here’s a photo of Craig…
Amanda, the boss at TNR, has also said, “Craig’s experience, combined with our unique access to PA photographers and the PA Picture Wire means we can provide an unrivalled level of editorial experience at TNR. We can not only offer the very best advice and strategic rationale but can implement campaigns which will capture the imagination of newsrooms around the country.”
Craig will work closely with Phoebe Jenner, our Picture Editor at TNR, who joined from PA’s picture desk where she spent five years as Assignments Editor. Their combined creative expertise and consultancy will make sure TNR continue to offer clients a 99.9% hit rate on the PA Picture wire.
A few fun facts about Craig…
- Craig has also worked at London Lite, Hello! Magazine and worked in PR for four years promoting the European Film Awards and BFI events, including the London, Berlin and Cannes Film Festivals.
- His street has just been the backdrop for Hugh Jackman’s Eddie the Eagle film.
- He once doubled for Leonardo DiCaprio.
- Joan Collins once made him a cup of tea!
But what we really wanted to say, was ‘Welcome Craig!’