Sport Photographer & Picture Editor from Greenwich, South East London.

Currently working with Getty Images and PPAUK on editorial, creative and commercial briefs for a broad range of clients within the sporting landscape.

I specialise in providing comprehensive match-day and event coverage for a variety of boxing, football and rugby clubs and associations - tailored and optimised for implementation across international social, editorial and marketing campaigns/articles.

Previous RSR Imaging Specialist at Canon UK and graduate of UAL: Chelsea College of Art in Graphic Design Communication.

Aside to my creative endeavours, I am an actively dedicated endurance runner and lifelong, suffering Charlton Athletic FC supporter.

📷 canon.co.uk imaging user.


FIFA, World Rugby, English Premier League, The FA, Gallagher, Crystal Palace FC, Exeter City FC, Yeovil Town FC, Torquay United FC, Oldham Athletic FC, The ITIA, Top Tier, Premiership Rugby, London Irish RFC, Teenage Cancer Trust & various others.


BBC, Sky Sports, The Daily Mail, The Guardian, The Times, The Sun, The Telegraph, The Mirror, Metro, Panini, ITV, Channel 4 & various others.


English Premier League, UEFA Champions League, Guinness Six Nations, Emirates FA Cup, Sky Bet English Football League, Vanarama National League, ICC Cricket World Cup, Rugby World Cup, FIFA Women's World Cup & various others.

Notable Recognition:

- The Guardian's 'Premier League 2021-22 review: the seasons best photos' in 2022
- the Sports Journalists Association's monthly young sports photographers showcase throughout 2021, 2022 & 2023
- multiple front-page features in The Daily Telegraph, The Football League Paper & The Non-League Paper
- multiple back-page features in the Sun, the Daily Mail, the Daily Mirror & the Daily Express
- the Daily Express' 'pic of the bunch' gallery feature in 2019.


via telephone: +44 7429 458200
via email: contact@jamesfearn.co.uk
via Instagram: instagram.com/jpfearn
via Twitter: twitter.com/jp_fearn
via LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/jpfearn

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