John Fox Photos

Photographer

Eastbourne, East Sussex



I am a full time self employed professional photographer with 50 years experience. I am based near Eastbourne in Sussex and I specialize in Burlesque/boudoir/fashion/event photography, but also cover commercial and P.R. assignments as well.


I am a life member of the National Union of Journalists having worked freelance as a photographer in Sussex for many years, before taking a full time post on the Brighton Evening Argus in the 1980's. This led to a becoming a staff photographer on the Manchester Evening News, after winning the "photographer of the year" award at "The Southern Press, Radio and Television Awards" in 1983. I also have three "Ilford Awards" hanging on my wall.

After a round of redundancies at the M.E.N. in 1996, I moved back south.

I am fully trained as a commercial/Industrial/P.R. and wedding photographer, with some 1,400 weddings under my belt, to date.
So I can honestly say "I've been there, done that"!

I always have a head full of new ideas that I want to turn into an image for my folio, so will do the occasional "Time For Print" shoot with a model, who would also benefit from having something different to put into their portfolio.

I also have a current 'Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service' certificate (CRB check) covering my work as a STEM Ambassador.
Info
Age
70
Gender
Male
Available Short Notice
Yes
Work Type
Time for Print or Payment Requested
Last Active
2018-12-13T09:38:57+00:00
Joined
2016-05-13T14:48:08+00:00
Profile Updated
2017-10-04T10:36:07+00:00
Approved
2016-05-14T19:04:32+00:00
Message Response Rate
Work Levels
Fashion
Fitness
Cosplay
Editorial
Catalogue
Commercial
Acting
Lifestyle
Stock Photography
Catwalk
Hair
Make-Up
Swimwear
Body Parts
Pin-Up
Glamour
Gothic
Fetish
Topless
Implied Nude
Classic & Artistic Nude
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