About

I'm Julie Broadfoot, a freelance professional photographer based in Glasgow. Most of my shoots are in Scotland but I am available for work across the UK and worldwide.

My style of photography

I take natural, relaxed, authentic portraits that flatter. I don't believe in Photoshop fakery. I love the reactions my clients get when they update Facebook and LinkedIn with their new photos... and seeing my images on billboards across the city is a bit of a treat too!

Then there's the work I do at events - candid storytelling in a documentary style, watching people and capturing moments, whether it's at a conference, charity walk, family party or a wedding.

Exactly the same approach applies when I'm shooting live music gigs or on film/TV sets - they're where I learned my craft during a long career at the BBC.

Experienced professional photographer

In 2010, I decided it was time to move on. I walked away from producing websites for River City and music radio to become a full-time photographer.

I now regularly photograph portraits, events, animals and weddings, among other things, for individuals, small business owners, famous faces, charities and big commercial clients. This means I’m experienced in shooting in many different environments, all year round.

If you’re interested in geekery, I shoot with Nikon D750 bodies and a variety of Nikon pro lenses. 

Hiding behind the camera

I'm a proud Auntie, a runner, a reader, a health freak with a crisp addiction, a Mini owner, and I'm older than I look. I'm obsessed with animals and my rescue cat, Roxy, does her best to manage my working hours. My most commonly-used phrase is "please may I speak to your dog?".

Trust me, I’m a photographer

I'm discreet, trustworthy, friendly and approachable so you can trust me to fit in, whether I'm working in your office, at a high profile event, herding award winners into group shots, or lurking with a long lens across the room.

I have full insurance for my camera kit, along with public liability and professional indemnity insurance, and a basic disclosure from Disclosure Scotland. Visit my LinkedIn profile for more background information.

I'll help you get over your nerves

I'll get natural, happy photos even if you think "there's no way you'll get a good photo of me!". Most people feel like that but I'm great at making people comfortable in front of my camera. I honestly wish I could photograph myself the way I photograph other people... but my own dislike of being photographed feeds the empathy that helps you. It’s my superpower.

Natural light and symmetry

When it comes to visuals, I'm a sucker for symmetry and clean lines, natural light and white walls, patterns and reflections. But I also love cloudy skies, old brick walls, bokeh, negative space, abstracts and oddities... whether I'm at a shoot or grabbing iPhone pics on the move.

Find out more on social media

Follow me on FacebookTwitter and Instagram to discover a mix of life, work, family, random behind-the-scenes stuff and plenty of cute creatures. Occasionally I remember to post 'proper' photos to promote my own business.

Get in touch

To ask me a question, or request a quote, fill in this contact form, call me on 07710 777121, or email julie@juliebee.co.uk. Thanks!

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 A rare picture of me, photographed by Liana Mitrea. I wear sunglasses pretty much every day.

A rare picture of me, photographed by Liana Mitrea. I wear sunglasses pretty much every day.

 I found my calling in life when I photographed Joffrey’s birthday party and he rewarded me with cuddles. Please don’t tell Roxy. This picture was taken by his Mum, Briony Cullin.

I found my calling in life when I photographed Joffrey’s birthday party and he rewarded me with cuddles. Please don’t tell Roxy. This picture was taken by his Mum, Briony Cullin.

 Five layers of clothing, wellies, gloves, bandy legs and an approaching storm that whipped sand in our faces as we tried to run from it. But there’s always time for one more photo on Skye. Picture by Andrew Woodhouse. I particularly like the fact you can’t see my face in this one.

Five layers of clothing, wellies, gloves, bandy legs and an approaching storm that whipped sand in our faces as we tried to run from it. But there’s always time for one more photo on Skye. Picture by Andrew Woodhouse. I particularly like the fact you can’t see my face in this one.