Born in Cambridge Jeremy has undertaken many photo graphics assignments, commissions and personal projects. From the villages of India, Bangladesh and Ethiopia to the worlds finest luxury hotels Jeremy can be found with a camera in hand. In August 2010 he went to Afghanistan for a commission to produce photographs for the book Afghan Faces by John Casson with one of the images taken becoming a finalist in the hugely prestigious Taylor Wessing portrait prize.
He has a deep fascination with people in their natural habitat as well as people of note or interest in their chosen path.
Educated at Plymouth college of Art and Design, specialising in Underwater and Sports photography Ben soon realised his stood less chance of dying by taking pictures on hard ground and joined a photographic agency in Leeds where for 6 years worked under the relentless pressure of National newspaper deadlines. The Times, Guardian and Independent featured his work on a near daily basis. His work took him to all corners of the globe from Lions tours to track days in the Mojave Desert.
The last 5 years has seen a shift away from the pitch and into the studio, getting to photograph incredibly talented and iconic sports people. Working with lighting set-ups from the smallest to the biggest Ben has a huge amount of experience, that combined with a hugely talented team has lead to numerous successful campaigns and shoots.
Ben’s client list includes VISA, EA Sports, adidas, Harper Collins, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, The Premier League, B&Q and Nestle.