Photo & Video
Posted by Paul Drury
12. Jul, 2013
James Bennett was working as a graphic designer in his first year out of uni when his agency had a photoshoot scheduled – and the photographer called in sick. James stepped in with a trusty four megapixel camera and the rest, as they say, is awesome.
James started shooting on weekends and eventually chucked in graphic design to pursue photography full time. He now shoots a variety of jobs and recently rode right across the USA on a Harley and documented the entire journey using a Pentax medium format camera. James tells us he can’t wait to get the rest of the film rolls back!
To see more of James’ work visit instagram.com/jamesbennettphoto.
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