Jonathan Fussell is a photographer, based in the UK.

Photographing people, places & things. 

Stock editorial pictures published online and in print via local and national news outlets. Used online by charities, local government & businesses for social media and articles.

Featured in Shutter Hub YEAR BOOK 2022 publication.


My first venture into photography was as a child when I was given a Pentax Spotmatic. At High School, for my work experience, I spent two weeks with a local commercial photography studio, and it introduced me to the industry where I first learned to use digital medium format. 

My career started in photography retail, selling cameras in the early 2000s when digital was becoming mainstream. Whilst working in the retail, I studied Art & Design at Suffolk College. The course covered a broad set of skills exposing me to photography and many other mediums of art.

After completing Art & Design, I moved away from the shop floor into minilabs, developing film, printing & scanning photos. It extended into having extensive training in the industry & also becoming a trainer training others on how to run & maintain Fujifilm minilabs.

I was lucky to be one of a few with direct training from Nikon on how to get the best results when scanning film to digital. 

I moved on to work for a portrait studio taking family portraits in people's homes around East Anglia & also weddings. Using Glycee printing, I would mount & Hot Press vacuum laminate the prints. I trained as a framer, framing the pictures I had taken for delivery. I also trained new team members with zero photography experience to take high-quality family portraits on location.

Now I am working on my own projects, licensing my work directly & via several stock agencies.

In 2020 I completed a Documentary Photography short course at London College of Communication which one of the pictures taken during the course was selected for Shutter Hub YEAR BOOK 2022 publication.

In 2023 I completed a Photojournalism Short Course at London College of Communication. 

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