London Hotel Event Photographer – Think Tank 2014 Scientific Session for the International Psoriasis Council, held at St Ermin’s Hotel, London

Being a London Hotel Event Photographer, I get to meet people across all sectors or industry and from all sorts of social backgrounds. In December 2014 I found myself surrounded by the world’s leading dermatologists in psoriasis treatment. Their Think Tank session was being held at the Crystal Ballroom of St Ermin’s Hotel in Caxton Street, London.  The 4 star deluxe london hotel is an ideal meeting and events venue – very centrally located just a stone’s throw from St James’s Park underground station, with 15 different meeting and events spaces.

It was a pleasure second shooting alongside my colleague for the event, Chris Martin another full time professional event photographer, and here is a selection of my images taken on the day.

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