Photography & video for the Hospitality Industry in the UK and beyond.




Established in 2014 by photographer Lorentz Gullachsen, GULHOS aim is to provide the Hospitality & Travel industry with quality photography and videos that work across websites,print & social media. The industries require contemporary content that looks fresh and relevant in today’s vibrant market, images that aren’t generated on iphones or generic stock shots, but images that are created for the client and communicate the brand across all media. Gullachsen has many years working for tourist boards, airlines and most areas of the Hospitality & travel industry. In 2008 he returned to academic life to gain an MA in Visual Communication and after a time lecturing returned to industry to establish GULHOS. Working with trusted creatives & technicians GULHOS can provide a simple website refresh to an image & video bank that shall provide the material to cover seasonal changes , special promotions and brand reinforcement. GULHOS provides the material to market your business in this competitive sector. Please contact us to see how we can help you grow your business.


Clients


Clients include:

Shakespeare’s England, Visit Britain, Heart of England Tourist Board, Welsh Development Agency, Swedish Tourism, KLM, Korean Air, Tunisian Tourism, Bahrain Tourism, Marsh & Parsons,Savoy Group, Royal Palaces, Birmingham Council, Ragley Estate, Walsall Council, Casual Dining Group. 



Awards, Exhibitions and Galleries


Association of Photographers Gold, Silver, Merits and selections since 1988-2017

AOP Best in Advertising single image 2017

AFAEP Open 2006,2015

SUN Awards (Shot Up North) D&AD – Yellow Pencils

International Colour Awards

West Midlands Art Prize 2010

B&H Awards – GOLD

Movers & Shakers – Faces of a Changing City – Birmingham Symphony Hall 2005/6 V Word – London, Liverpool, Mancester and Birmingham 2006/7

Venice 30 – Drummond Street Gallery London NW1 – 2014

Festival Faces – ArtsHouse Stratford upon Avon 2015

AQUA – exploring the element that is essential for life ArtsHouse, Stratford upon Avon, CV37. 2017

Portraits are held in the National Portrait Gallery and archive material in the Photography collection at Birmingham Central Library