I'm a native New Yorker that loves giving value to peoples time, creating beauty caught still in a moment, and participating in this ancient thing we call art. I'm always honored every time someone takes something I created and calls it their own, because it captures their story.
Additionally I enjoy the fact that my work provides a useful service. I'm an internationally published fashion, advertising, food, event, product, architecture, and humanitarian photographer (Steve Madden, Under Armour, Lord &Taylor, Dior, Levis, Governor of Michigan State, United Nations, NPR, New York Times, Stanford University, Jones Day Inc, UFC, Runway Magazine Paris, Zagat, Carnegie Hall, Madison Square Garden, Google, Ogilvy, Pfizer, Farah Zulaikah Perfume, Lyft (app),Du Coeur mag, Reuters etc).
I'm Currently Featured/Sponsored by Capital One Bank in their Advertising Campaign for small businesses. (See the Adweek Article here adweek.com/news/advertising-branding/ad-day-capital-one-makes-150-ads-small-businesses-starring-their-biggest-fans-166355) I've shot everything from fashion, celebrities, advertising, events, news, editorial, architecture and look books to magazines, internationally. I'm a native and New Yorker, and second-generation photographer with over 8 years of experience.
I'm an advertising and fashion photographer for various magazines/brands (Runway Magazine Paris, Hacid Magazine (Barcelona), LEVIS, Du Coeur, Graceful Chic, Reuters, Shabby Apple clothing, etc.), and a humanitarian photographer (Building Community Bridges). I'm also a fashion commentator as seen on Huffington Post Live with Kirsten Chilstrom (Vogue), recording artist and an MTV star, Tyrese, and a former recording artist, celebrity and author of Rev Run. Branding is also available.Exhibits:
Whole Foods Market (NYC - Union Square)
CIFA (Centro Italiano della Fotografia d'Autore - Italian Center for Fine Art Photography)(Tuscany, Italy)
Spark and Echo Arts Foundation (Commisioned)
Please email me for info.
It is the policy of Justin T. Shockley photography to not accept work-made-for-hire in contractual obligations.