If you follow Rubber Cheese on social media, you’ll know all about the #15yearsofRubberCheese charity cycle we completed.
Walking in the footsteps of Sir Bradley Wiggins, Victoria Pendleton and Mark Cavendish, we rode a whopping 15 hours between us (thankfully, on stationary bikes from the comfort of our air-conditioned office).
We live-streamed the event on Facebook and, throughout the day, our Managing Director, Kelly Molson, picked the brains of three business founders while she pedalled.
One of those founders was Lee Allison, founder of Lee Allison Photography.
Lee specialises in creative documentary-style photography and travels all over the world to shoot weddings. Couples often praise his affable manner and knack for subtly capturing magical moments.
Keep reading for Lee’s interview highlights – alternatively, watch the full video on our YouTube channel.
We’ve got Lee Allison of Lee Allison Photography with us today – thanks for popping in! So, tell me about your business. How did it come about?
I’ve always been passionate about photography. I studied it at A Level and my interest developed from there.
However, when it was time to go to university, I wasn’t sure if photography would be the best option for me in terms of finding a career.
I decided to do a design course in computer animation instead.