London based photographer Jeremy, learnt his trade in a very short space of time, firmly establishing himself on the London photography scene with his key skills lying in fashion, people, reportage and weddings. He has worked with the likes of Uniqlo, Saatchi and Saatchi, River Island and many more.

Jeremy is full of helpful ideas and tips for new and experienced photographers, read our interview with him below.

What does photography mean to you?

A lack of sleep.

What photographers influenced your work?

I don’t have any posters on my wall, I’m just influenced by good photography, from some of the greats to a random kid getting lucky on Facebook.

What do you want your viewers to take away from your work?

In the fast pace image heavy world we live in today, I’d just be happy if they took an extra moment to look at my stuff.

Are there some clichés in photography you steer away from?

Nearly all of them – I drove my teacher mad

An enthusiastic budding photographer approaches you, what’s the first bit of advice you throw their way?

Study good photography, take a moment out to work out why you like it, another moment to figure out how it’s done, do that for years on end and you’ll have a photographic library in your head to draw from in any given situation.

Quick fire questions

Canon or Nikon?


Lomography or Leica?

Leica…. better than sex

Analogue or digital?

I shoot digital now but viewing analogue keeps me awake at night.

Black and White or Colour?

Horses for courses.

Instagram or Flickr?

Flickr is a massive part of the reason you’re reading this – couldn’t praise it enough.

Cats or Dogs?

Got the best dog in the world and I f*cking hate cats.

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