Jake Curtis is an award winning, prolific photographer, whose experience, integrity and photographic style can be seen throughout his work, be it interiors, lifestyle, portraiture or advertising.
He works across a broad range of disciplines, bringing a fresh approach to each new challenge. Jake is set apart by his meticulously crafted lighting, delivering an attention to detail ensuring the unique and timeless aesthetic across the subjects he captures.
Working predominantly with interiors, Jake brings a scientific approach to his craft, emphasising the importance of light and the viewer’s gaze. This involvement extends into his projects with people, works that exemplify his aesthetic awareness of environments and an essential desire to show the world how he sees things.
When he isn’t shooting, Jake loves getting away from the city, and spending time with his family, relaxing at the beach hut, or mountain biking through the muddy countryside. Music, cooking and film remain pleasures when not building Lego.
EDITORIAL . TELEGRAPH LUXURY / HOUSE & GARDEN / ELLE DECORATION / Milk Decoration / Wired / CONDE NAST TRAVELLER / Hole & Corner / Cereal / THE SUNDAY TIMES / LIVING ETC / LEXUS MAGAZINE / HOMES & GARDENS / VOLVO MAGAZINE / SUNDAY PUBLISHING / FORWARD GROUP / REDWOOD / COMMERCIAL . Anglepoise / SANDERSON / THE WHITE COMPANY / JOHN LEWS / M&S / HOUSE OF FRASER / HEALS / IKEA / PHILIPS / P&O FERRIES / INDIGO LIVING / MICROSOFT / INTEL / FUJITSU / BRINTONS / MORRIS & CO / LOMBOK / ROYAL DOULTON / DORMA / DEBENHAMS / MERCEDES BENZ / CONTENT BY CONRAN / LIBERTY / SOHO HOUSE GROUp /mobalpa / humanis / Barclays
Awards / Exhibitions
Honourable Mentions in 2013 'IPA' International Photography Awards
WINNER 2013 PDN Photo Annual
Nominated for the 2012 AOP Awards.
Work featured in the AOP Awards book 2012.
Exhibited at the Association of Photographers Awards 2012.
Nominated for the 2007 AOP Awards.
Work featured in the AOP Awards book 2007.
Exhibited a series of personal work as part of a group exhibition called ‘Capture’ at the Association of Photographers gallery.
Series of Prints selected for an exhibition entitled ‘Signature’ which included some iconic photographs.
Bethan Laura Wood
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