After leaving school in the mid seventies I worked for a Nottingham based printers who had a photography studio based in London operating as Michael Barrington-Martin Limited. I was studying Business Studies on day release and as the MB-M Ltd accounts were still using double entry book-keeping I was asked to manage the accounts from the Nottingham office. I only met MB-M once at the studio and I think they were photographing food, ice cream I think and they had substituted instant mash for the ice cream so it would not melt under the studio lights! MB-M Ltd had a number of celebrity clients of the day and I remember getting told off for calling their agents chasing payments for work that was months overdue as the clients paid when they were ready to pay1 How times have changed!