Introducing Fleet Street’s ‘almost’ finest paparazzi, Cameron Flash and Len Scapp. These seasoned snappers can capture the best moments of your event from the fabulous red carpet guest arrivals to after dinner dance-floor divas.
The comedy comes thick and fast as these parody ‘pappers’ inject no-stop laughs and guarantee the most memorable meet and greet start to any event.
They might not be professional photographers, but their snap-happy cameras and constant banter guarantee to create wonderful reportage images ideal for your guests to enjoy and, if they choose, share on social media.
All images captured at the event will be made available via a password protected on-line photo service either during or immediately after your event.
If for any reason you’d prefer ‘Snaparazzi’ not to retain and upload any photographs they take during their act, that is perfectly fine. Please note that this will not make any difference to the performance you receive.
Please note that real photographs will not be taken during public open air events unless otherwise specified in advance.
“A fantastic enhancement to our event. Hilarious banter and certainly kept the crowds entertained during our ‘Royal Visit’. These fellas really know what they’re doing; definitely recommended!”
Mermaid Quay, Cardiff Bay
Jasper (Len Scapp) and Frank (Cameron Flash) are two hilarious ‘old style’ press reporters . Typically working 3 x 45 minute ‘spots’, the trench-coated twosome carry two antique adapted cameras with giant flashes, instantly capturing that classic image of the Paparazzi. Whether it’s popping up on a red carpet, at a wedding, at a fun corporate event, or just roaming around a public occasion, these jocular journos cause laughter and silliness where ever they go.
A large regional retail and leisure tourist destination were keen to bring a touch of glamour to Valentine’s Day, so they booked a lookalike Kate and Wills Royal couple. As you might know, many lookalikes are only that, ‘look’ – there is no ‘act’ as such, they simply appear at an event and pose for photos with people. As the booker was aware of this, they felt the need to create more of an impact by injecting an ‘entertainment factor’, step forward The Snaparazzi, Len and Ron .
Arriving in a beautiful Rolls Royce and flanked by security guards, Kate and Wills greeted men and women, posing for photographs and shaking childrens’ hands. It was hard to count the number of double-takes, and mix that in with the constant hilarious banter of the two Fleet Street photo-hacks, and it added loads of fun to a Valentines Day. The client was delighted and even the lookalikes were amazed at the energy and entertainment that was created around them, commenting that for the first time it had really brought what they did to life.