Lager giants say cheers to skilled snapper Stevie
Coatbridge photographer Stevie Spiers has every reason to raise a glass and toast stunning success after linking up with one of Scotland’s biggest brewers.
Lager giants Tennent’s were so wowed by the 53-year-old’s hugely popular “My Little People” project – which sees Stevie place tiny railway figures alongside props and locations and capture images – they snapped up his services.
Stevie, who sells the “My Little People” photos every weekend at Glasgow’s Merchant Square with fiancée Bren, explained: “Bren and I were approached by Tennent’s shop manager Ross Pollock to see if we would be interested in creating some images using the Tennent’s brand.
“It was a no- brainer to be involved with one of Scotland’s biggest brands and hugely exciting to get to work on the project.
“I created five fun images and Bren and I presented them to Tennent’s for approval for us to use within our business.
“Tennent’s were delighted with the results and gave us full permission to use their brand in our ‘My Little People’ material.”
As well as selling the Tennent’sthemed images themselves, Stevie and Bren will also cash in from the lager-makers giving it pride of place in their Glasgow-based brewery.
Stevie said: “Tennent’s are going to stock the images within their shop at the brewery in the near future as they are spending £ 1 million on their shop and brewery tour experience.
“The managing director is now a fan of our work and has ordered many signed framed prints since viewing them.”
“My Little People” images are also available from Garrion Bridges Antiques and Garden Centre in Overtown and Shop H in the Stirling Arcade; visit mylittlepeoplephotography on Facebook to find out more.