Angela Sharpe Photography
Professional former press photographer covering Norfolk and Suffolk.

Shot correctly, pictures can tell compelling stories. They can convey elation, dread, pride and anguish. They can tell the whole story or illustrate a particular point better than a thousand words.

Choosing the right photographer is essential if you are to succeed in getting your message across effectively. That's where I come in. As a former press photographer for both of East Anglia's largest newspaper publishers, I have spent the last 15 years capturing thousands of images of people and places. I've photographed corporate events, public events and sporting events: protests, celebrations and catastrophes.

I am now working independently and available for freelance work.
Whether you need ad-hoc press photography, have a corporate assignment you need to fulfil or your wedding day captured, you can be sure that I will deliver photography that will hit just the right spot.





Angela Sharpe
Diss, Norfolk.


Phone: 07769646117

Twitter: @angelicangie







Some pictures appear courtesy of Archant.


My 10,000 Photo Challenge.


100 photos a day for 100 days


At the end of March I started my 10,000 photo challenge to take 100 photos a day for 100 days. I'm doing this to raise money and awareness for prostate cancer in memory of my Dad Michael Jolly who died in February this year. The 10,000 represents the 10,000 men who lose their lives to this every year.

To see some of my photos from each day please take a look at my Tumblr blog.
To mark the end of the challenge I held an exhibition at 
The Forum, Norwich, to show a selection of the images taken during the 100 days. To see the photos please view the Challenge Gallery on this website.
                                          



If you would like to make a donation to Prostate Cancer UK please follow this link to my Just Giving Page.



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