Jo Hanley Photography
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Edinburgh photographer

Based in Edinburgh and working throughout Scotland, the UK and Europe, photographer Jo Hanley produces images of the highest quality impressing clients time and again. Take a look at the News pages to see some of Jo's latest work.

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Production Paradise Portraits

The latest offering from Production Paradise is showcasing some of my more recent portrait work.

Edinburgh - London : Jo Hanley

With more than 10 years' industry experience, portrait photographer Jo Hanley works with some of the world's biggest brands and publications, producing editorial and advertising images across the UK and EU, in studio or on location. Always working to generate unique images, Jo’s technical skill and creative instinct make her a highly sought after production partner.

With recent campaigns shot for BT, Scottish Rugby, Apple and Pernod Ricard, as well as portraits for The Sunday Times, Runner’s World, The Wall Street Journal and Inc., to mention just a few, the demand for Jo’s style and approach is showing no signs of slowing down.

To see more of what Jo has been producing or for prospective commissions visit the website or get in touch.

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You can check out the origional HERE

 

Studio Portrait Shoot in Edinburgh

Orange is the new Black

Just recently I spent some time shooting in studio with the soon to be household name of Pacey Young. With four different lighting sets on three backgrounds we spun our way through a fantastic collection of styles. Pacey was a pleasure to work with and having driven hours through a snow storm to get to set there is certainly no denying his commitment.

Thanks to Pacey, Laura, Mark and Nicole

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Photographer based in the UK Jo produces portraits and advertising images for clients world wide. Working in studio and on location across the UK and EU her ability to transfer her skills to any environment has seen her establish herself as one of the UK’s quiet achievers.