Jake is a British photographer based in the UK and San Francisco, California. He is self-represented taking clients on a limited basis.

He focuses on social documentary and environmental landscape, dividing time between assignments and working on personal projects. He is driven by self-initiated studies that combine his interest in people, landscape and urban development.  He does his utmost to understand those he photographs and the environments he captures in order to present them creatively.  His approach is to acquire a sincere connection between photographer and subject. Using medium format in both film and digital, he maintains a versatile workflow according to subject, location and light.

(This site and portfolio is currently being updated, more work will be added to each series in due course). 

A large body of his back catalogue concentrates on environmental science during assignments in the South American rainforests, extending to Europe,  Africa and Australia. He has a wealth of experience working internationally, clients include Academy Award winning film makers, NGO's, leading Universities, Museums and government institutes.  His work has been exhibited and published both in the USA and internationally.  

Please inquire below about availability regarding fine art portraiture, documentary assignments or limited edition prints.

All commercial enquiries:

E: jakebryant1@gmail.com

Tel USA: 001 (510) 703 1920

Clients and presentations include: 

National Science Foundation - UNDP/United Nations Development Program - Lensculture Netwoork gallery - Arizona Daily Star - Harvard University - Harvard Magazine - Wild Touch - Carnegie Institute for Science, Stanford - NINA/ Norway, University of Arizona - Amazon Pire - Pan-American Advanced Studies Institute (PASI) - Griffith University - Bonne Pioche Cinema - ASDM/Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum - HSBC Climate Partnership - RAINFOR - ECI/ Environmental Change Institute, New Phytologist, Wiley-Blackwell Publishing,  NERC Field Spectroscopy Facility Edinburgh, EMULSIVE film photography, Miami Science Film Festival.

Exhibitions:

INTECOL, Brisbane, Australia.

UNDP: Mexico City & Bangkok.

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Arizona, USA