A WIDNES photographer captured exclusive images of the late Gary Speed in his last ever football match.
Michael Evans, who co-owns Evolutionary Images, was the official photographer of the John Hartson Trophy, a televised charity football match for the John Hartson Foundation For Testicular Cancer Awareness And Support.
The match brought together famous football players along with television celebrities to raise money for the foundation.
It was the last time the 42-year-old former Wales manager took to the field before he was found dead in his Cheshire home a fortnight ago.
Evolutionary Images is based on Hale Road and was formed by Michael Evans and Phil Costello.
Mr Evans said: “We are life-long friends with a passion for photography and technology.
“Our goal is to strive to embrace the growing medium of digital photography and utilise that knowledge to provide a service for our clients that will ensure the moments captured are truly special.
“We offer a number of services from studio photoshoots, to weddings and event photography.
“We also like to help Halton businesses and have worked with Love Frocks and EVE Womenswear on their recent fashions shows.
“Currently we are working on the Christmas rush of family portraits but we also like to find time to help the modelling community with photo shoots and portfolio creation. Although we haven’t been trading very long, we are getting ourselves known and business is growing – you never know, we could be shooting with the next big super model or working with future celebrities.”