We regularly work with galleries, museums and festivals and our artwork has allowed us to work with the homeless, youth groups, young people in supported housing and social housing communities as well as actors, musicians and artists...regardless of the brief we take great care and time with each job.

If you'd like us to work with you just drop us an email or give us a call for a chat.

 

Some kind words by our clients...

"Emily and Jan Dixon are exceptional photographers.  On every job they deliver stunning and highly creative work - not only covering art itself but the audience's engagement and interaction with it. But much more than that is their original eye - producing extraordinary images that are utterly captivating. And on time. And on budget. I cannot recommend them enough - a great creative team."

Malcolm Duffin, Director of Marketing & Communications, Inner City Music Ltd, Band on the Wall

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“Jan Dixon & Emily Dixon at WeAreTAPE are phenomenally talented photographers and consummate professionals. I have worked with them over a number of years and am a huge fan of their work. They are my first choice photographers every time. I wholeheartedly recommend their superb photographic and filmmaking work.” 

Drew Hemment, Director of FutureEverything Festival

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“Jan and Emily have done fantastically inventive events photography for us at the Whitworth. They infiltrate the event and capture its essence. As a visual arts organisation it matters enormously how we are presented visually... Jan and Emily really get the spirit of the Whitworth.”

Maria Balshaw, Director of Manchester Art Gallery and the Whitworth Art Gallery

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"Jan and Emily - TAPE - screened their first documentary HI HIGH RISE at the LIDF2010. It was a welcome and very strong addition to the programme. Innovative, and socially progressive, I'm looking forward to seeing more of their work."

Patrick Hazard, Director of London International Documentary Festival