Leading London-based photographer Jack Eames has worked with some of the leading brands, celebrities and magazine in the world, yet it’s been working on the Haircuts For Homeless project that has had the greatest impact on his life and his approach to photography

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Jack Eames

One of the UK’s prominent hair and beauty photographers and video directors, the foundations of Jack Eames’ approach to visual imagery is rooted in the understanding that connection and vibrancy must inform every piece of work.

Jack’s background in photojournalism provides his photography a sense of intimacy and understanding. Similarly, his video work always looks for original methods of building a visual narrative to tell a unique story.

Based in Shoreditch at White Rabbit Studios, in the heart of London’s creative quarter, Jack works both in the UK and internationally, across editorial and commercial projects. He prides himself on building long lasting authentic relationships with his clients and has a reputation for excellence, attention to detail and innovation.

Over his 16-year career Jack has built up a vast portfolio of commercial and personal work, with highlights including shooting the cover of AoP Magazine, guest lecturing aspiring photographers at Central Saint Martins and working on his original photo documentary project with UK charity, Haircuts 4 Homeless, who provide respite and practical care for the vulnerable.

Jack’s work is always focused on accentuating the storytelling elements of a subject and capturing a quality of ‘energetic stillness.’

Jack works with a talented team of trusted experts, from assistants to retouchers, with whom he has a close professional relationship and a vibrant, creative synergy which leads to imagery and video that is dynamic, fresh and meaningful.

To date his work has been published in Vogue, LOVE Magazine and Hunger among many others.

Clients include Balmain, Babyliss Pro, Coca Cola, L’Oreal, Liberty of London, Tangle Teezer, Toni & Guy, GHD, Schwarzkopf, Saatchi & Saatchi, Tresemme, Vogue and Wella.



Born in Ireland from a Vietnamese origin Lan has become an established name in the fashion and beauty industry. Lan comes from an art background having studied fashion at Central Saint Martins. Self taught in make-up she pursued her career to heading and designing key shows and is a regular name at London Fashion Week. Lan has contributed to various editorials including Vogue Russia, Vanity Fair, Elle (UK), Glamour, Grazia, Stylist and Stella. Lan is a published author, a regular speaker and teacher.

Known for her creative flair and natural use of colours and textures combined with flawless skin, Lan is always collaborating on creative projects.


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