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5 Minutes with… John Ferguson, Photographer

March 7, 2011 @ 9:29 am Posted in News Comments

John Ferguson, photographer to the stars has agreed to give his time to photograph Media Parents at tomorrow’s 100th International Women’s Day lunch on the southbank.  (For details please see next posting on this blog or http://mediaparentsiwddo.eventbrite.com and do come and join us).

Photographer John Ferguson is in the TALENT section of www.mediaparents.co.uk

John is an experienced documentary and environmental portrait photographer working out of London and the UK.  He has travelled extensively working for leading national and international newspapers and magazines as well as NGOs.
Covering subjects from the rise of the Aids/HIV pandemic in Africa and Asia, to feature stories from conflicts zones in Afghanistan and Iraq.

John has a talent for conceptualisation and delivering strong and innovative ideas and works well in a team environment, taking direction as well as working independently.

His work has also covered various celebrities and high-end editorial and commercial work.

America's 'King of Pop' photographed in London by John Ferguson.

In 2009 John’s first solo exhibition ‘Black Britannia’ was opened by the then Prime Minister Gordon Brown at London City Hall.

Pele as photographed by John Ferguson, talent on the Media Parents site.

He is currently finishing a two year personal project which has gained interest from a leading Sunday Supplement in the UK.

Sharon Osbourne as photographed by John Ferguson.

John is keen to work with tv and film production companies producing stills for promotional, documentary, factual and production purposes.  He can be contacted via his profile on the Media Parents site and at www.johnferguson.co.uk

What Pink thinks of Media Parents talent... American rock chic Pink in the back of her limo, on her way to the launch of her new album concert, "I'm not dead" in Paris. Picture by John Ferguson.

www.mediaparents.co.uk for great talent, networking, jobs and information.


by Amy Walker

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