10th July 2014 13:03

Emma Guirao, founder of G-Force Promotions, looks after the TV promotions for music artists in the UK and agreed to have a play with a Polaroid camera to capture and share her creative work day.

With more than 17 years experience in music television, Emma Guirao has worked with everyone from global superstars Coldplay and Tinie Tempah to iconic performers Blur, Tom Jones and Snoop Dogg.

So armed with a Polaroid 600 camera and pack of Impossible Project colour film she head off to capture her working day at the BAFTA‘s where she had booked Tinie Tempah and Laura Mvula for the opening music performance of the Film Awards night.  And remember Tinie hi-fived Prince William and his profile rocketed around the world?

Here are Emma’s Polaroid pictures…

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GettingReadyBaftaPolaroid

BaftaEntrancePolaroid

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WorkingBaftaPolaroid

BaftaSeatsPolaroid

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If you would love to play with a pack of Impossible Project Film and a Polaroid Camera to capture and share your creative working day get in touch.

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