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Globe-trotting photographer comes home.

AN award-winning commercial photographer, who has worked with blue-chip companies including Nike, Audi, BMW and the London Stock Exchange, has returned to his Teesside roots after years of travelling the world.

Allan McPhail has spent the past 20 years working all over the world for global companies from his London studio.

However, thanks to an influx of new contracts in the last three months, the photographer has now decided to concentrate on working with North East businesses and organisations from his studio in Thorpe The wles near Stockton.

He has already received commissions from One North East and Hartlepool College of Further Education and is working with DigitalCity, at the Institute of Digital Innovation in Middlesbrough, as a mentor and as an industrial adviser at Cleveland College of Art and Design.

Allan said: "I have always had so much enthusiasm and passion for the North East, wherever my travels have taken me.

"I have been fortunate enough to work for some of the biggest brands in the world and travel all over Europe and the USA but I have always wanted to settle back in the North East permanently with my family and concentrate my efforts on securing contracts with regional businesses.

" I decided the time was right to really focus on the North East to complement my other work around the world."

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Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:Jan 20, 2009
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