Hi, I’m John. I am a commercial and editorial photographer specializing in lifestyle, fashion, and beauty imagery. I enjoy telling stories with pictures of people.
I grew up on the banks of the Tennessee River, in an area of northern Alabama best known for its legendary recording studios and its ample fresh water. The grandson of a boat builder, I spent most of my childhood splashing around in the latter. My love for being in, on, and near the water continues to this day and has led me to the shores of South Florida, where I live with my wife, Erin, and our daughter, Emilia. (You may even see water make an appearance in my work from
time to time.) I picked up the camera professionally in 2010, two years after our move to Miami, and have not looked back.
When not working on a project, I can be found teaching photography classes, playing guitar for an audience of two, debating the intricacies of life with a toddler, or predictably, somewhere near the water.
Based in Mexico City, Mexico
English, Spanish, French
Spanish born, Hong Kong brewed, Mexico City based and globally working, commercial – advertising & editorial photographer specializing in sports, portraits, and lifestyle.
Victor started his career while completing his Marketing Communications degree, shooting assignments around the globe for high-profile surfing magazines. As a photographer, he went on to develop his expertise in editorial photography working for world-renowned Reuters and Getty Images agencies in Spain and in Asia. Victor has covered events that he is most passionate about, having photographed 3x Summer & Winter Olympics Games, Formula 1 GP’s, several world swimming championships, athletics, soccer, badminton, and Grand Slams ATP & WTA tennis tournaments.
Jon Enoch is an award-winning lifestyle and portrait photographer with a bold, uncomplicated approach to his images. His commercial photography work sees him shooting in the advertising, lifestyle, editorial and corporate sectors for NGOs, design firms and advertising agencies; as well as directly for brands. Jon’s work has earned him widespread recognition, from being featured in international news media to multiple nominations for Celebrity Photographer of the Year to the Professional Publishers Association’s Best Magazine Cover. His work Body and Mind won the Non-Commissioned Portraits Series in the highly prestigious AOP Awards 2015. He was nominated again in both 2016 and 2017. ‘Bikes of Hanoi’ won gold in the Paris Photo Prize 2019. Equally at home on location or in the studio, clients include: Wiggle, Norwegian Airlines, Sport Magazine, Ketchum, Fabulous, Skoda, The Times, Forever Sports, The RNLI, Philips, EA Sports, Addison Lee, ES Magazine and The Royal British Legion.
Based in Montreal, Canada
English, French, Vietnamese
I worked first as a photographer for the Quebec Press Agency, taking sports, concerts, and paparazzi work. And then, I moved to the portrait industry in 2016. Through my spontaneous and provocative approach, I have, ever since, been creating an impact on the fashion scene; and It’s just the beginning. Over this short career start, I’ve worked with many fashion brands and provided them with images of the highest quality. While my collaborative work has been praised by renowned local influencers like Angela Caloisi, Virginia Stablum, Adamo, Karine Saint-Michel et Marie Gagné, my personal work has been featured in international magazines such as GMARO Italia, Vanity Teens LA, and many more. My bold yet playful images appear on the influencer’s blog, editorial magazine, major events, and shows.
My raw unrestrained images got me noticed, but reliability, professionalism, a positive mind-set, and my knowledge in advertisement marketing brought me to where I am today.
My main role is to help both large and small architectural practices raise their profiles. Through carefully composed and illuminated imagery.
I also shoot portraits and occasionally I complete advertising campaigns for international clients. Often these involve combining movement, interiors and lighting. So I am used to working in a self dependent way and also with large crews depending upon the client and project.
When I am working on my own, I try to create images which subtly convey the intentions of the designer. It’s the delicate shots which often tell the best story.
I particularly enjoy investigating body language within architectural/interior photography. Normally through predicting how people will move rather than art directing them. My work within the dance community has helped me improve my understanding of this.