I’ve had a lot of friends ask me who do I use for my lifestyle photography. I thought I’d take the time to introduce you to my friend and the man behind the amazing photography you’ve been seeing on my feed. Meet Jason Walker, a professional lifestyle photographer (among many other creative design talents)!
When he’s not working his 9 to 5, he’s working on his graphic design and photography projects in his spare time. Jason Walker, @thisaintjason on Instagram, is a Metro Detroit-based photographer who enjoys car photography, portrait photography, and street photography.
Originally from the Detroit area, Jason has been shooting for three years. He first got his start in lifestyle photography with his current job, shooting with a Canon Rebel xti. He attended art school at College for Creative Studies in Detroit. His background is in graphic design, illustration, and web design.
Jason has worked with Go Comedy! Improv Theater in Ferndale, Michigan for their Hamilton Fully Loaded show and he photographed headshots of the entire cast. Jason has also done headshots for actress Jaime Moyer, who has appeared on Disney’s KC Undercover, Modern Family, 2 Broke Girls, and Parks & Recreation.
A series of Walker’s street photographs were selected by The Guardian for a feature on Slow Roll Detroit entitled “Pimp My Bike: Detroit’s Custom Cycles- in Pictures”.
JASON WALKER’S LIFESTYLE PHOTOGRAPHY
Here are a few photos of Jason’s lifestyle photography work.
All photos are courtesy of Jason Walker Photography.
PHOTOGRAPHS FROM MY SPRING PHOTOSHOOT WITH JASON WALKER, LIFESTYLE PHOTOGRAPHER
If you would like to view more of Jason Walker’s work or contact him, you can contact him on his Instagram @thisaintjason or visit his website at www.jasonmwalker.com.
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