I’m a London based fashion and portrait photographer, otherwise known as a photographic problem solver! I’ve been working for over fifteen years solving photo briefs varying in complexity. Thinking on my feet, I’ve created cinematic, confident, elegant and considered images for advertising campaigns including Specsavers, Hugo Boss and Radley London and Michael Kors, editorial for L'Officiel and portrait commissions for the Times, as well as personal projects, in London and all over the world as I love to travel.
Hi, I'm Oliver. I'm a photographer. It's my job and my passion. As a former abstract painter with over 10 years experience in commercial photography, I have had plenty of practice using my creative approach to fulfill a brief. It takes a certain attitude to make this work and I relish the task. Every shoot is different, which means I'm always learning and refining what I do.
I'm based between London and Margate (Kent), but work globally.
I grew up in London and developed an early interest in photography thanks to a combination of my father's photography background, and access to a home-made darkroom. After completing a BA in Photography at the University of Portsmouth in 2006 I moved back to London, to begin my career.
Over the years I have worked with a wide variety of clients in the UK and Worldwide. Some of which include: Amazon, Channel 4, Epson, Philips, Samsung and Tesco among others to name a few.
Jamie Orlando Smith is a freelance food photographer working in London and living in the Chiltern Hills.
After growing up surrounded by good food and beautiful countryside in rural Herefordshire, Jamie studied photography at the University of Brighton graduating in 2009. For the next three years Jamie worked in professional kitchens in the city, rising to a senior role, while still undertaking freelance photography shoots and editing on his days off.
Maja Smiejkowska is freelance photographer based in London, photographing news and features for editorial and commercial clients both nationally and internationally. She has been involved in visual arts since her early years, eventually completing her degree in BA (HONS) Photojournalism at University of the Arts London.