John Jordan is a Dublin based Commercial Photographer with Twenty Years Experience.
Location, Studio and Portrait photography
My interest in photography started a long time ago, shooting and developing film and making prints in the darkroom as a teenager. This was the way of it for many years, making my own exhibition prints. Much of the work was submitted as a handmade print from the darkroom. This has evolved into a commercial photography practice, spanning nineteen years, specialising in the areas of location, studio and portrait photography. Along the way as well as picking up a degree from Dun Laoghaire College of Fine Art, I have put in several years of training and working with some of Ireland’s best commercial photographers on a huge variety of shoots.
“I would highly recommend John Jordan Photography, Having worked with John on many photoshoots, the results have always been highly creative and technically perfect images.”
Ciara Cantwell, Associate
“Kunnert and Tierney have worked with John Jordan Photography on a number of high profile projects and have been delighted with the responsiveness, professionalism and outstanding quality of work John has brought to each project. He has proven to be a great partner in exploring various avenues in photography which can lead to excellent results for our clients. John is a very good listener and his inquisitiveness helps formulate effective directions in photography which are appropriate to the brief and subject matter. From a visual communications point of view, John’s experience and knowledge of all aspects of lighting and photography are an extremely valuable resource to us when faced with difficult logistical and schedule scenarios. Flexibility and adaptability are very important when planning photography into strategic communications plans and John proven to be the right choice for many of our photography requirements.”
Chris Kunnert, Kunnert & Tierney
“I worked with John on an extensive publishing project for Trinity College. The commission required capturing the life of a large organisation and challenged photographic skills in portraiture, photojournalism and architectural subjects. John delivered with equal professionalism and creativity. The quality of his work and his eye for detail was outstanding.”
Dara O’Doherty, Partner, Design Image
“I have engaged John’s services a number of times and I have always found him to be conscientious in fulfilling each brief, and professional in his work and his attitude. He always works to exceed expectations and I would have no hesitation in recommending him.”
Barra McCabe, Aramark.
“We called John to do the product photography for the Animatazz prototype, which involved using a child – hand-model for close-ups and very small details. It required a lot of patience and persistence, which John has in abundance. It turned out so well that we have been calling him ever since for all our photography needs.”
Michael Connolly, Digital Artist, Animator and creator of Animatazz
“I have worked with John on many of his portrait shoot. He puts his subjects at ease with his calm, professional, and good sense of humour approach in the studio. This is always reflected in the great results that he gets from his portrait shoots.”
Louise Myler, Key make up artist / Hair
“John came to take some publicity shots for our business (portrait and product), and the results were excellent. He was highly professional and knowledgeable, and really delivered on directing the shoot and getting us some really high-quality photos.”
“We had the pleasure of working with John recently and would highly recommend him. Not only is he a great photographer but he is also a creative photographer and knew exactly what we were looking for. He knew what would work and what wouldn’t work in advance of setting up the shot. The whole session ran smoothly and we were delighted with the results.”
Karen O’Brien, Temple Bar Hotel
Part of the fun/excitement/thrill/satisfaction/challenge of working in commercial photography is that every job is different. But in a way every job is the same; Every client is listened to, feedback is given, and the ‘whole job’ is thought out before photography commences. Its always best to work off a good brief. The tighter the brief, the better the fit! Budgets are agreed in advance – and adhered to.
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