Jackson is a Brissy original and has been working on photography and videography projects in the area and abroad for the past 5 years. These days Jackson is becoming known for his conservation photojournalist work with NGOs around the world and works with a diverse range of clients in between assignments.
His portfolio reflects his experience in working with clients from various fields: From corporate events to the fast-paced fashion industry; product photography; marketing campaigns; weddings; arts and community projects; charities and law enforcement, Jackson is ready to take on any challenge.
I know it sounds cliche, but the satisfaction in capturing a ‘moment’ or producing a beautiful portrait, and the connection that I have with my subject in these moments is honestly one of the greatest drivers of what I do. I really enjoy the interaction with my clients and working collaboratively to create something a little special.
I also love that I get to travel a lot and work in an industry which celebrates technological advancement.
What types of shoots have you done and how did you make them special?
I always hope to make every shoot special for the client. When shooting weddings or portraits I always try to make the subjects feel as comfortable as possible and bring out the best in people. Ultimately this makes the shoot more fun and allows me to capture more something more pleasant and genuine.
Awards, honors, and recognitions received
My conservation photography work has been published in media around the world. No formal awards received, but my mum’s pretty proud.
A fun fact about this photographer
When travelling I often gain nicknames from the locals in relation to my height. Lately I’ve earned the nickname ‘Mr. Tall’ in Tanzania. Oh and by the way, I’m over 2 meters tall.