John Ferguson is an award winning and well established commercial and advertising lifestyle and portrait photographer based in Ipswich, East Anglia & London. His career started in and around London's famous 'Fleet Street' working for national newspapers and magazines such as The Times, The Daily Telegraph and as a senior staff photographer for The Daily Mirror. He has been commissioned by various well-known magazines from Cosmopolitan and Der Spiegel to the Australian to name but a few. Having spent many years travelling the world on assignments, his photographic responsibilities have ranged from covering conflicts all over the middle east and Afghanistan to natural disasters such as the tsunami in Asia, Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, to documenting poverty and social issues nationally and internationally with many international leading NGOs.
John has also spent time working in various photo studios around the world, photographing celebrities such as Michael Jackson, David Bowie, Naomi Campbell, the Osbournes, Beyonce and many others. His unique and creative artistic visual approach as seen his work exhibited many times. In 2007 his first solo show entitled Black Britannia was opened by the then Prime Minister Gordon Brown at London’s City Hall, before going on a nationwide tour.
Producing contemporary, inventive and emotive photography, and allowing businesses and organisations to communicate and transfer their core message and ethos, either through new website imagery or promotional and marketing campaigns, John’s images expose his clients' motivations and principles to a much wider and savvier 21st-century audience and clientele.
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