Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert

Thoughts & stories from a hard working editorial, corporate, portrait, reportage photographer based in Glasgow, Scotland. T.+44-(0)7831-138817

March 14, 2016
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Recent Tear Sheets

Here’s a couple of tear sheets from recent work… First up, nice usage of some photography I shot on assignment for Greenpeace in Iitate, near Fukushima, in Japan, covering the nuclear radiation decontamination efforts there. It’s a shocking state of affairs … Continue reading

January 21, 2016
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Hello Paul Smith

All photographers have lists – lists of places they wish to travel and photograph, festivals or events they’d like to witness and photograph, places in their home town they want to record or document, or if you shoot portraits, a … Continue reading

September 2, 2015
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Fukushima and Photography.

Last month I had the pleasure of sitting down, at Street Level Photoworks, Glasgow, with Japanese photographer and daguerreotypist Takashi Arai to discuss photography and the Fukushima nuclear incident in Japan. I have known Takashi-san since my Japan days, and since … Continue reading

June 9, 2015
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Mark’s AfricaSolo.

Another portrait assignment from a few weeks back, this one of Scottish adventurer and cyclist Mark Beaumont. And not the usual Scottish editorial photography location, this one took place during a few days trip over to Cairo, Egypt, to photograph … Continue reading

June 8, 2015
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Soil Sleuth in Aberdeen

A couple of weeks back I had an early morning editorial portrait assignment up in sunny Aberdeen, Scotland,  a pleasant rush hour drive from Glasgow.  The assignment, for the prestigious science magazine Nature, was to shoot a portrait of Professor Lorna … Continue reading