Tring residents strike a pose

An exciting new project is taking place in Tring, Hertfordshire, over the summer of 2018. Adam Hollier Photography plans to capture portraits of hundreds of Tring residents and will publish a beautiful book featuring all the faces, in September.

To mark the fifth anniversary of his photography business, Adam has decided he would like to give something back to the community in which he works. ‘Tring is a very special town. A project like this wouldn’t work in many other places – we have a unique sense of community here. I’m excited to meet lots of new people and say hello to some old friends whilst I capture as many portraits as possible for the book.’.

‘It would be great if almost everyone wanted to take part. I want to record a moment in time which features all the friendly faces in the town; everyone is invited!’

Portrait photographs have been taken on several dates in different locations across the town in June and July – almost 250 individuals have visited shoots so far. Due to popular demand, further shoots are now arranged throughout August. Anyone with a connection to Tring will be welcomed for a short photo session. Local charity, The Hospice of St Francis, will also benefit from book sales once the ‘coffee table’ style collection of images is complete later in the year.

Those who wish to find out more are encouraged to join the project Facebook group ‘Tring People – portraits of a town’ or contact the team at Adam Hollier Photography.

Portrait photography session details will be announced on Facebook and on as soon as they are confirmed.

Forthcoming shoots dates:

Wednesday 8 August, Jack & Alice – Tring High Street (6-8pm)

Monday 20 August, Court Theatre – Station Road (6-8pm)

Further shoots are currentlybeing confirmed.

For further information on the Tring People book project, please contact Charlotte Jackson ( 07766 415433) or Adam Hollier ( 07801 414732).

The ‘Tring People – portraits of a town’ Facebook group can be found at:

Portrait photography for Tring People is free of charge.

Tring People will be available in selected retailers from September 2018.

A portion of profits will be donated to local charity: The Hospice of St Francis.

Tring People will be printed sustainably and locally.

Adam Hollier Photography’s website can be found at:

Adam Hollier set up his photography business in 2003 and has built an impressive client list over the past five years. He works across all sectors and his work features in local and national magazines, newspapers and websites, and is the official photographer for Hemel Hempstead Business Ambassadors.

Our Ambassadors