Jon Hindmarch Photography

Press, PR, Advertising, Commercial and Fashion photographer based in the East Midlands.

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Biography

Jon Hindmarch has been in the newspaper industry for 20 years working on a regional, national and international scale. Indeed, his work has featured on the front page of every national newspaper in the country.
With numerous awards to his name Jon is recognised within the industry for his professionalism and artistic talent. He is dedicated to providing a personal service to each of his clients and uses his skill and creative expertise to produce images of the highest quality.
Jon started his career at a photo agency regularly taking pictures of celebrities, politicians and royals. He gained most of his photographic expertise in London freelancing for the national press, receiving regular commissions from The Times, The Daily Telegraph and The Daily Mail, before taking a staff position on the Derby Evening Telegraph where he became Picture Editor.
His extensive knowledge of the industry means he knows how to produce images that instantly grab the attention of newspaper editors, ensuring maximum coverage for any PR campaign. He also knows how to shoot pictures that will instantly meet your needs and be delivered to the most demanding of deadlines.
Jon's editorial, corporate and public relations clients include magazines, publishing houses, banks, advertising agencies, fashion houses and high street retailers. His clients include Barclays, Shell, The Prudential, Thames Water, Excel Logistics, The British Heart Foundation, as well as Government agencies, NHS trusts, local authorities and several registered charities.
As a photographer based in the Midlands he is ideally placed to provide a nationwide service for the benefit of his clients across the country. With a trained eye for detail and a gift for composition, his work stands out from the rest.
Whether editorial or sharply commercial, the transformation of real life to final image through the Jon Hindmarch lens is an art in itself.