Having got films from his mother, Jason’s passion for photography came very much from his father, himself a semi-professional snapper, specialising in jazz photography.

This brought Jason into contact with one of the great jazz photographers, Herman Leonard, and it was spending a day watching the master in his darkroom that convinced Jason to take his own photography more seriously.

Jason is rarely seen out in public without his SLR, as you never know when you might stumble across an upcoming British music star outside your office or you might just catch that shot that no-one else has noticed.

Sam Fender rehearsing for a performance on the BBC’s The One Show

He is currently engaged in three ongoing social and artistic photography projects.

As a photographer, in addition to shooting weddings and corporate events, he has held several exhibitions in London, his images have been licensed by art companies and his journalistic photos have appeared in newspapers, including the Daily Mirror, as well as on the BBC website.

And here are just a few examples of some of the celebrity, art, architectural, film set stills and wedding photos:


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