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I’m yet to come across a commission that I’m not interested in. I love my job.
I trained at art school, and then spent years assisting some of the UKs biggest photographers. As well as working as a commercial photographer I enjoy working on my own personal art projects and three years ago I set up a website: Dyslexic Photographer, so whilst, encouraging others to pursue photography, I had a portal where I didn’t have to monitor my spelling.
I have a little girl who I try and take care of as much as possible and I consider myself to be a freelance photographer and freelance dad. It’s an interesting juggling act that my wife and I are getting the hang of. Just.
I am forever expanding my client base, and my work includes: editorial, creating library images for companies, theatre posters, interiors, all kinds of portraits, annual reports, project based artwork and advertising campaigns.
I thrive on collaboration, exchanging ideas and pushing creative boundaries. I do everything possible to understand my clients’ needs and the context of the project at hand, and then I tailor a shoot to fulfil the needs of the project, whilst remaining within budget and meeting deadlines. With over 15 years experience working on professional photoshoots, I bring huge skill as a photographer and lighting designer and have connections to industry professional including; make-up artists, stylists, assistants, designers, re-touchers and editors. I also work with video, and bring in any team members needed, to create video content.
My name is Jon Holloway. I am a photographer and creative/visual problem-solver with over ten years experience, and I love what I do.
Past clients range from national and international brands to arts organisations and start-ups, including Nickelodeon, Inmarsat (satellite navigations), LAMDA, McCann Bespoke Tailors and Immerse. I have taken portraits of Sir Ian McKellen, Ricky Gervais and Game of Thrones' Hayley Atwell and Iain Glen. My photos have appeared in The Independent and Conde Nast Traveler, amongst other publications.
I enjoy working on all scales of project, and thrive on collaboration, exchanging ideas and pushing creative boundaries. I do everything possible to understand my clients’ needs and the context of the project at hand, and then I tailor a shoot to fulfil the needs of the project, whilst remaining within budget and meeting deadlines.
You can find more information about rates on my contact page. Please take a look.
Want to know more about what I do and how I work? Visit my blog site - www.dyslexicphotographer.com.