Welcome to the captivating world of Jon Premosch Photography, where every frame captures the allure of celebrity and advertising. Born and bred in the vibrant streets of NYC, Jon now finds his creative home amidst the glitz and glamour of Los Angeles, a city that not only fuels his passion but grants him unparalleled access to the stars.
With a distinguished BFA in photography, Jon's lens has captured the essence of celebrity and advertising worlds through a unique blend of artistry and technical precision. During his six-year tenure as a staff photographer for Buzzfeed, he honed his skills, collaborating on numerous high-profile celebrity features and ad campaigns that showcased his versatility and keen eye for detail.
Jon's journey has seen him working with industry giants such as The New York Times, Apple, Playboy, and Forbes, where he seamlessly integrated his vision into the commercial and editorial landscape. The roster of celebrities that have graced his portfolio is as diverse as it is impressive, featuring the likes of Lil Nas X, Steve-O, Sebastian Stan, Seth Rogen, Katy Perry, Issa Rae, Daniel Radcliffe, and many more.
In the realm of portrait photography, Jon's signature style revolves around impeccable lighting and styling. He believes in flooding his subjects with the most flattering light, capturing their physical beauty and the confidence that radiates within. Each portrait is a testament to the artistry of creating timeless images that endure.
Contrastingly, Jon's lifestyle photography takes a vibrant turn, embracing an explosion of bright hues and energetic lighting. Through dynamic compositions and a focus on high-energy moments, he crafts visuals that embody the carefree and fun-filled lifestyles projected by his esteemed commercial clients.
As you explore Jon's portfolio, you'll witness a seamless fusion of celebrity appeal and commercial dynamism, each photograph a testament to his unwavering dedication to the craft. Join him on this visual journey where the worlds of portrait and lifestyle photography converge, leaving an indelible mark on every frame.