But hold your horses! Here's a little 'getting to know you,' first.


My name is Sarah Claudia Rose Clarke, born in North Wales, but residing between Southampton and London for work.

Whilst young, I've managed to gain some incredible contacts, fantastic opportunities and great experiences, and I've now got a much greater understanding of the Industry, and am tackling it head-on!

With a keen eye for perfection, retouching has become an area of my work that I find particularly gripping, with my knowledge being self-taught, and practiced through various collaborations and jobs.

I've interned at some pretty cool places, such as Ted Baker, Fabulous Magazine, Jill Wachter Photography New York, and have an internship with Style Magazine upcoming. I've also worked for Revail Modelling Group, Chio Couture and various local designers.

With experience in Styling and Filming for Liverpool Fashion Week, to Deputy-Editor of West Quay Magazine, I'll pretty much give anything a go!


1. These terms & conditions shall apply to the contract to the exclusion of any other terms & conditions put forward by the client. A contract of freelance employment may be through either verbal or written confirmation of work, including but not limited to, phone call, verbal contract, email, or written letter. 

2. Sarah Clarke ( The photographer) retains full copyright in all images, at all times, throughout the world, in accordance with the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988.  The photographer asserts his right to be identified as the author of all images, by the words: ‘Photographs by Sarah Claudia Rose’. This may be waivered under certain circumstances, but only when confirmed by The Photographer in writing, and at her complete discretion. 

3. The client will have an appropriate period of exclusivity to publish the photographs to the exclusion of all other persons. However, the photographer retains the right in all cases to use the photographs in any manner at any time and in any part of the world for the purposes of advertising or otherwise promoting his work. After any exclusivity period the photographer shall be entitled to use the photographs for any reasonable purposes (unless otherwise agreed). Editorial work may be made available by the photographer to third parties after publication in the medium for which they were originally commissioned unless otherwise agreed.

4. Unless specified on a separate licence: (a) clients are licensed to use commissioned photographs for pr & editorial use, in perpetuity, on behalf of the original company who commissioned the photography; (b) Any publication of the photographs to gain publicity for companies other than the original commissioning company will require a reproduction fee to be paid to the photographer ; (c) The photographer retains full copyright in all images at all times throughout the world.

5. The photographer will keep confidential and will not disclose to any third parties or make use of material or information communicated to him/her in confidence for the purposes of the photography, save as may be reasonably necessary to enable the photographer to carry out his obligations in relation to the commission.

6. Any information or data is kept in accordance with data protection principles set out in the Data Protection Act available on the ICO (Information Commissioner’s) website.

7. It is the client’s responsibility to ensure that all the necessary clearances have been obtained to allow the photographs to be taken without hindrance or infringements of trademarks or copyrights. It is the client’s responsibility to gain written parental permission when persons under the age of sixteen years are to be photographed. Permission is also necessary to allow identification and publication of photographs of children. The photographer accepts no liability for non-supply of pictures if parental permission has not been granted.

8. Payment by the client will be expected for the commissioned work within 30 days of the issue of the relevant invoice. If the invoice is not paid, in full, within 30 days the photographer reserves the right to charge interest at the rate prescribed by the Late Payment of Commercial Debt (Interest) Act 1998 from the date payment was due until the date payment is made.

9. Where extra expenses or time are incurred by the photographer as a result of alterations to the original brief by the client, the client shall give approval to and be liable to pay such extra expenses or fees at the photographer’s normal rate in addition to the expenses agreed or estimated.

10. Unless a rejection fee has been agreed in advance, there is no right to reject on the basis of style or composition.

11. A booking is considered firm as from the date of confirmation and accordingly the photographer will, at her discretion, charge a fee for cancellation or postponement: Up to 10 working days; 50% of total fee, Up to 15 working days; 25% of total fee, up to 20 working days 0% of total fee. If other work has been rejected by The Photographer, she may assert the right to charge an additional 'loss of earnings' fee, at her discretion. Any changes to this agreement are subject to change only when The Photographer provides written confirmation to the client. 

12. This agreement shall be governed by the laws of England & Wales

13. These Terms and Conditions shall not be varied except by agreement in writing.