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JeremyHARRIS Photographs

Nashville Based Commercial * Music * Advertising Photographer

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Point 72, New York

I recently had the pleasure of working with the team at Point 72, an asset management firm based in CT, with offices in Manhattan. They wanted a “hip techie” look to the images, so I kept my lighting fairly simple, relying mostly on window light and my 6 foot octabox as a fill.

Matthew Granade and Pete Casella
Matthew Granade and Pete Casella

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Matthew Granade and Pete Casella
Matthew Granade and Pete Casella

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Corporate Portraits at J.P. Morgan, NYC.

Team Of The Month.  The Banker Magazine UK.  May, 2016.
Team Of The Month. The Banker Magazine UK. May, 2016.

Matthew “Van” Parrish, for The Wall Street Journal

I recently had the pleasure of photographing Matthew Parrish, a fantastic singer and snappy dresser.

Parrish is a former J.P. Morgan Security Guard/Greeter who’s job was eliminated due to the bank’s expense cuts.

Here he is giving a concert for the seniors at the Rosetta Gaston Senior Center in Brooklyn, NY.

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40768. Matthew Van Parrish. Rosetta Gaston Senior Center. Brooklyn NY.

Sterling Rope Campaign

I recently had the pleasure of working with Albany based design and marketing firm ID29, on images for Sterling Rope.  We created portraits of a variety of people who use Sterling ropes: Firefighters, professional climbers, and arborists.  Two day shoot, one at a fantastic climbing gym in Long Island City, The Cliffs.  Day two, at the Sterling Rope factory in Biddeford, Maine.

Both days went amazingly well, and I had a blast working with the guys at ID29, the clients from Sterling, and of course my amazing crew of talented make-up artists, and assistants.

Below are a few set photos and samples from the new Sterling Rope catalog.  Images will also be used for packaging and trade show booths!
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Pro Climber Mayan Smith-Gobat
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Pro Climber Kevin Jorgeson
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Pro Climber Whitney Boland
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Pro Climber Joe Kinder
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Pro Climber Chris Sharma
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Pro Climber Mark Synnott

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INTERPOL for iHeartRadio

I had the pleasure of photographing one of my favorite bands for Clearchannel/iheartradio last week.  These shoots are always a whirlwind, 3 portraits in 15 min.  Once again though, I managed to pull off some great shots.  The 13 song concert in the iheartradio Theatre was amazing!  For more visit iheartradio

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Prospect Park and the Haitian Rara

One of my favorite places to spend time in Brooklyn, is Prospect Park.  Yesterday afternoon, my friend and fellow photographer Josh Kristal, and I, took a bike ride there.   While leisurely cruising around, we came upon a very friendly Jamaican family, who offered us a plate of food.  Delicious home cooked ribs, jerked chicken, black beans and rice.

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We offered them some money which they refused, but they did agree to pose for a family portrait, which I promised to send them via email.

After our meal, we heard music coming from a clearing on the other side of a patch of trees.  Josh recognized it as a Haitian Rara, typically a form of music festival that takes the form of a procession and happens during Easter Week.  Upon closer inspection we realized if was more of an impromptu jam session with about 15 musicians playing drums, cow bells, blocks, and horns made from PVC pipe and funnels.  The songs where rhythmic and hypnotic and went on for ten minutes or more.  The gathering of people who surrounded the “band” looked on while smoking, dancing, joining in with singing and clapping.

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The sun was quickly setting.  As I was shooting a portrait of Josh on his bike, a group of children came over and asked me to photograph them, which I did.  They were so delighted by the process, the two oldest (girl and the boy) took a turn taking photos, with a quick instruction on how to do it.  The whole experience was quite inspiring and was a great finale to one of the best weekends I’ve had in my life.

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And when the kids took over.

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All images made with the Fujifilm X-Pro1 and the 27mm pancake lens.

 

 

Published

An oldy but a goody.  Avenged Sevenfold poster in this month’s Kerrang! magazine.  Shot this in LA, mid-2000’s.

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A couple of weeks ago, I had the pleasure of photographing Thomas Sandell, founder and Chairman of Sandell Asset Management in New York City.  My second assignment for UK’s Hedgefund Journal.  Thomas was a great subject, and after we covered the bases for the assignment, he suggested we shoot a few portraits in the roof of the building.  I’m always up for taking CEO’s out of their normal environment, and of course I love a good city roof top! harris_130909-5227

Kalin & Miles

On assignment for iheartradio NY in the Bay Area. Shooting teen pop sensations Kalin & Miles.

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