Commercial Interior Photographer

Commercial Interior Photographer

Mark Ashbee is a Commercial Interior Photographer based in Bristol. 

Mark works for Hotels of all sizes, restaurants, galleries, concert halls, museums and retail shops.

It’s the ideas, colours, new touches and creative looks within the seasons that gives us the freedom to think about our own spaces in new ways. A classic seaside hotel re-invented. That’s the ethos behind St. Enodoc Hotel in Rock with its emphasis on comfort, design and great food. Positioned above the Camel estuary with sweeping views across the water, it is the perfect place to relax by the sea.
Leave the car and walk the few minutes to surrounding sandy beaches and the foot-ferry to Padstow. Award - winning chef Nathan Outlaw is in charge of food. Outlaw’s with the seasonal menu is the perfect place to enjoy great food and service in a relaxed environment. Outlaw’s prides itself on a unique approach to modern British seafood cookery.

A stunning setting for truly special events in the centre of Bristol. The RWA Galleries offer the perfect opportunity to entertain staff, associates and clients or to hold lectures, meetings, launches, receptions or intimate dinners in the magnificent RWA building with our exhibitions acting as a unique backdrop.

The RWA has five spectacular, naturally-lit galleries on the first floor which are available for hire all day Mondays and from 6pm every evening. Included with all hires of our main galleries is complimentary use of our generous marble landing and outstanding balcony overlooking Queen’s Road and the Victoria Rooms.

Colston Hall is Bristol’s largest concert hall, presenting concerts and entertainment by major names in rock, pop, jazz, folk, world and classical music, stand up comedy and light entertainment, as well as local choirs, orchestras and schools.
Our audiences have been enjoying music here since 1867 and the building remains at the heart of cultural life in the city.

See more of Mark’s Commercial Interior Photography of hotels here.

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