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Training and development company Call of the Wild and photographer Neil Mansfield are delighted to announce a partnership to provide photography services for all events and activities run by Call of the Wild.
Call of the Wild as a group provide a comprehensive list of services to a wide range of clients including leadership, management and team development programmes. One component of the Call of the Wild group is its Adventure Britain operation. This provides outdoor activities including Canyoning, quad biking and Coasteering in the Brecon Beacons National Park and the South Wales Coastline, including the Gower.
Neil Mansfield is an award winning portrait and landscape photographer based in Cardiff whose work includes a remarkable portfolio of the Brecon Beacons National Park. His photographs are frequently featured in magazines, travel guides and diverse publications.
Mark Soanes, Call of the Wild Director said “ We receive many requests for photography from our clients, so working with Neil to add a photography service to our events programme was the right thing to do. Neil brings a wealth of experience and a tremendous portfolio of images that will add value to our service offer.”
Call of the Wild and Neil Mansfield Photography will be looking to utilise the social media element of photograph sharing which is clearly of huge public interest, with the recent explosion in popularity of sites such as Flickr, Pinterest and 500px.
“Offering a photography solution to Call of the Wild customers, is an exciting opportunity to work with and support South Wales business. We have already got our feet wet literally and metaphorically and are very much looking forward to developing this partnership for the benefit of participants.” said Neil Mansfield
Call of the Wild is a well-established and award-winning Welsh business; it was voted Welsh Small Business of the Year in 2010 and more recently Team Building Company of the Year.