Established in 2006, iolaire photo:graphics has many years experience in the photographic / graphic design industry, and focuses on providing high quality graphic / web design services (including large format printing) to clients throughout the local area. The business is located in Forres.
With a single experienced and well qualified employee, iolaire photo:graphics has staff that are trained to the latest digital imaging standards.
With up-to-date digital imaging equipment and experienced staff, the business offers a professional photographic and design service to businesses and the general public. The service is designed to be cost effective and professional, allowing clients to receive their work in a timely manner.
The company provides high quality photographic prints with a range of high quality paper surface options. Beautifully finished, the prints are ready for framing or display / exhibitions and can be used at home or work. The products are available from their premises at competitive prices.
They have a satisfied customer base that are located in and around the Moray Firth area, including professional and amateur photographers, plus local businesses and organisations.
The business is owned by Tez Watson who has been involved in the Photo Printing and Developing trade for many years. Tez Watson is able to run the business, having previously managed a team at C S Boyne, and worked for both Photo Factory and Jessops plc.
Tez Watson at Iolaire has carried out various jobs for us over a period of several years ranging from enlarging and improving old photographs, to producing A1 posters, A4 posters and bookmarks as well as subcontracting car stickers and pop-up banners. An all-round local service.
Ian David MacRae
14 Jul 2011
Iolaire photographic are a company that wont let you down I have used their services for a few years & always received work of a high standard, Tez i have found very obliging & if i ever needed a rush job for prints he would go out out of his way to get the job done promptly,plus he tells a good joke now & again. Ian MacRae Photography