Jake Walters is a photographer and director, working across advertising, fashion and editorial projects. He creates thoughtfully constructed portraits that can be read as snapshots from an unfolding narrative, a slice from a compelling story. Jake is known for his supreme lighting and technical skills, able to create flawlessly constructed imagery. His work is also imbued with a playful sense of humour that comes through in his work. Jake is well versed in projects combining stills and motion, working with a tight crew to create projects rich with assets.
Jake has also had work exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery and has work in the archive.
Recent clients include Lexus, Taj Hotels, John Lewis, Star Alliance, H&M, Madame Tussauds, Virgin, The Rake, British GQ, ES Magazine, AnOther, The Guardian Weekend, The Sunday Times Magazine, The Observer and The Wire.
Jake Walters recently shot for luxury shoe brand Harrys of London to create a bank of images featuring their latest collection. Jake used clear perspex to create the effect of walking in mid air. Jake worked with wardrobe stylist Tanja Martin to bring the collection to life – here are some of our favourite images.
Jake Walters continues his work for Harrods Magazine shooting a new menswear editorial based around ideas of vanity and self-image. Styling was by Tom Stubbs, set design was by Matthew Duguid and grooming by Shukeel Murtaza.
Jake Walters continues his work for Harrods Magazine, shooting new men’s fashion story. Taking inspiration from recording studios of the 50s and 60s, the set design by Joanna Goodman compliments the rock n’ roll wardrobe perfectly.