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Norfolk web agency GML Consulting collaborates with celebrity photographer Andy Gotts

17:53 17 January 2014

Andy Gotts Behind the Mask exhibition for BAFTA. Meryl Streep. Picture: Andy Gotts

Andy Gotts Behind the Mask exhibition for BAFTA. Meryl Streep. Picture: Andy Gotts

Andy Gotts

Norfolk web agency GML Consulting is looking to make a name for itself after completing the development of a new website for Sheringham-born celebrity photographer Andy Gotts.

Andy Gotts study of actor Rober de Niro which is being featured in the Behind the Mask exhibition in LondonAndy Gotts study of actor Rober de Niro which is being featured in the Behind the Mask exhibition in London

GML Consulting has just completed the project to coincide with the photographer’s “Behind the Mask” BAFTA exhibition at Somerset House.

Founded by George Laws in 2008 when he was just 21, GML Consulting, which is based in Norvic Drive in Norwich, has built up steadily over the years and now employs 13 people.

Mr Laws said the brief was to develop the site to showcase the photography in a way that reflects the iconic style of Andy Gotts work.

“The object was to develop the website to be fully responsive, creating a visually striking and interactive experience for all site visitors on both mobile and desktop devices. As a result it is incredibly easy to browse through the photography, with a large interactive image gallery, as well as a video player that gives you access to some of Gotts’ TV and radio interviews.

Andy Gotts Behind the Mask exhibition for BAFTA. Gwyneth Paltrow. Picture: Andy GottsAndy Gotts Behind the Mask exhibition for BAFTA. Gwyneth Paltrow. Picture: Andy Gotts

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