Orange, France

I recently went over to Paris to shoot for Orange.
The feature was on a startup called Foodles, which delivers fresh food every morning into ‘smart’ fridges that can be purchased by businesses for their staff.
We spent a day at Foodle’s HQ and shot images showing all aspects of their business operation. We used people from the company on the shoot, including the CEO.


The Runner

Shot on location at Sydenham Hill Woods, here are a few images from a recent health and fitness shoot I did. It was a great time of year to shoot with the autumnal foliage adding colour, as well as near-empty woods to let loose in.

Panti Bliss for Gilead

These images are from a recent shoot with drag queen and gay rights activist Rory O’Neill, also known by his stage name of Panti Bliss. The focus here was on life and celebration. Shot for Gilead Sciences, a research-based biopharmaceutical company, which actively addresses unmet medical needs for patients living with life-threatening diseases globally.

We Are Hiring

Marketing Coordinator

Jon Enoch is seeking a Marketing Coordinator / PA. We are looking for someone to take on this exciting role for the long term. Three days a week, the days / hours are flexible. You will be based out of our new South London office (Peckham) in the heart of a burgeoning creative community and you will be joining a fun and ambitious set up with high levels of autonomy and flexibility. 20-23k (pro rata) plus a generous uncapped bonus package.

You will be expected to perform a wide range of duties associated with the smooth running of a busy photographer’s office. The role is primarily focused on marketing and driving new business. This is not a photography role.

Main tasks will include the maintenance and updating of our CRM systems; researching and updating client information and reaching out to those clients (and potential clients) in appropriate ways.

You will have:

  • A friendly and efficient telephone manner and be happy and confident in making calls to potential clients to set up meetings.

  • Have excellent interpersonal skills and confidence and be well presented with a can do attitude and problem solving mindset.

  • Proficient using Mac OS.

  • Possess a working knowledge of Mailchimp, Insightly, Photoshop/Indesign, and Google docs or be a fast learner who is very computer literate.

  • Excellent spoken English and first rate spelling and grammar.

  • An appreciation of photography and design.

Key responsibilities:

  • Arranging portfolio meetings with prospective clients via the telephone and email.

  • Maintaining and updating the company’s databases.

  • Delivering our direct mail marketing sends, overseeing all our written communication: blog, monthly e-newsletters and social media, whilst ensuring the correct tone of voice.

Occasional duties may include:

  • Assisting in basic shoot production; sourcing props, booking locations, ordering catering, checking model availability.

  • General personal assistant tasks.

  • Occasionally attending informal meetings with creative agencies to show the portfolios.

Successful candidates will be expected to attend an interview and undergo skills testing.

Please email CV to picdesk@jonenoch.com

Investec

Here are a few images from my on-going work for international specialist banking and asset management group, Investec. These images of their staff are being rolled out as part of Investec’s ongoing marketing campaign. Shot at The Hari Hotel, London. 

Gabriel Jesus

We were up in Manchester recently to shoot Manchester City’s man of the moment Gabriel Jesus. We set up in the ever glamorous changing room and had 20 minutes to capture the shoot. Gabriel’s interpreter was on hand to translate “eat the candy floss” – some of the concepts were on the wacky side. The brief was to keep it childlike, fun and energised. We took care of all the production – finding a drum, candy floss and confetti, as well as a small ride-on motorbike – all with only 8 hours’ notice – no problem.

The Bobby Moore Fund

The Bobby Moore Fund was set up by Stephanie Moore in partnership with Cancer Research UK, following the death of her husband, Bobby, from bowel cancer. The England Footballers Foundation is the charity’s official partner and has worked alongside the Fund to raise awareness of bowel cancer and its symptoms. England’s friendly against Brazil is in aid of the Fund’s work. Here are some images I took of the players as part of the campaign.

For more information on how you can support Cancer Research UK’s life-saving bowel cancer research, visit www.bobbymoorefund.org.