Moments-Preserved Teams up with Mike Heatlie Personal Training to Reward Members with Free Photography Makeover Voucher

Edinburgh portrait photographer Moments-Preserved renowned for its ‘Indulgence’ makeover and fashion photo shoot, has teamed up with Mike Heatlie Personal Training, famous as Gwen Stefani’s personal trainer, to reward members who reach their fitness targets with a free makeover voucher worth £50.

With ‘Indulgence’, a team of professional stylists, hair dressers, make-up artists and photographers create truly beautiful images and ensure that the makeover is an unforgettable feel-good and pampering experience for fitness fans of all ages.

Julian Kavanagh, principal photographer at Moments-Preserved, said, “Members at Mike’s studio lose weight, burn fat, and get into the best shape of their lives faster than anywhere else – and now they can capture themselves at their well-toned best for posterity with our unique photography and makeover session.

“A personalised makeover and fashion photo shoot like Indulgence is simply unavailable anywhere else in Edinburgh. We distinguish ourselves by truly indulging our clients, putting them at ease and providing them with a professional, personal, fun and relaxing experience. And after all, we all need to indulge ourselves on occasion, especially after a gruelling workout!”

Established in Edinburgh in 2008, Moments-Preserved offers bespoke photography services to clients throughout Scotland. Renowned for its sensitive and natural portraits, Moments-Preserved has a reputation for creativity, professionalism and personal service. Its signature portraits, which successfully fuse the contemporary with the classical, have a timeless quality with everlasting appeal.

The Mike Heatlie Personal Training Studio offers the highest standards in exercise facility and expertise in weight loss and body conditioning.



For further information please contact Julian Kavanagh on 0131 226 3589

Issued on behalf of Moments-Preserved by Liquorice Media tel 0141 561 4018

Date 19th February 2010

Contact: Susan Christie
Phone: 0141 561 4018