Hi, my name’s James, but everyone calls me Kenny. I’m thirty-two years old, live in Thrapston, and I’ve worked as a freelance photographer since 2001. I love my job almost as much as I love my wife, sons and Newcastle United.
I’ve been lucky enough to shoot photographic assignments in almost fifty countries- I’ve worked everywhere from a radioactive ghost town in Ukraine to the rooftop of a Dubai skyscraper. While on commissions, I’ve hung out of a heli above the Canadian Rockies, dived the depths of the Caribbean and been arrested on suspicion of spying by Tunisia’s secret police (long story).
Over the years, I’ve practised many styles of photography, but these days I tend to stick to what I’m best at- portraiture. Before you ask, I only work with commercial or editorial clients, so I’m afraid that I’m not the person to contact if you are looking to get some portraits of your kids or pet Chiuahua.
Through my travels and experiences, I’ve managed to learn a thing or two, which is why I regularly write for one of the UK’s top photography magazines and speak to students of photography at places o’ learnin’. I’m an ambassador for the Prince’s Trust and believe deeply in community and helping others.
My clients hail from a wide range of industries- from banks, oil companies and airlines, to education sponsors, social housing organisations and charities.
Clients Include: DHL, Hewlett Packard, Audi, Monarch, Emirates, Mercedes Benz, Barclays, Northampton University, Avon, Fairline, Kier, Nissan and Intercontinental Hotels.