He’s not all things to all people, his specialty is people, helping brands convey their story with authentic imagery.
He’s flexible, approachable and responsive and delivers great results without hidden costs or excuses. Some information you may find helpful are his Services, FAQ, Client list, and, if you’re in to details, his Blog. Shop around, compare his service and results against the competition. Once you’re ready to talk, fill out the Contact form or give him a call and he’ll set up a meeting to discuss your project in more detail.
As with any professional operation, quality, service and price vary, as do results.
Every shoot is different, so details large and small need to be pondered. James doesn’t charge solely by the hour, as many factors come into play. Closing his eyes with a furrowed brow, he taps into his experience on projects with similar parameters to ensure the best result is provided in the given circumstances. He can work alone with one camera, or with a cast of many and lots of gadgets. Either way, you’ll get the result.
All imagery created for a brief is regarded as intellectual property. Much like software, you can purchase the use, but the creator still owns the material. Every job includes a license that will enable you to do whatever you need. Licenses mainly relate to Advertising. To date, Jame and his clients have never had an issue regarding copyright or usage.
After all, It’s pretty easy to make a shiny website with pretty pictures and say good stuff.
Since last century, James been commissioned by all manner of clients. These include magazines, design studios, advertising agencies and a whole gang of loyal direct clients. His proven track record has made him the choice of photographer for some of Australia’s top companies and cultural institutions. Some of the reasons clients maintain his services include:
- He’s discreet, fast and well organised.
- He understands the importance of confidentiality.
- He works effectively alone, or directing a large cast and crew.
- He remains up to speed with changing technology.
- He understand how to engage with clients and subjects regardless of status or position.
- To date, he hasn’t worn jeans and a heavy metal t-shirt to photograph a board member or visiting VIP.
- So far, he hasn’t addressed a CEO as “mate, dude, boss or chief.”
- He’s selective with assistants and support staff.
- He understands a dissatisfied client is a non optimal situation.
- As his father once said “You have one reputation”. He values it.