I’m Jon. I started Four Eyes in 2015 after developing my creative vision and refining my techniques for nearly a decade. Four Eyes is a registered, licensed business. I’m accountable for my work, and I stand by it. I love a challenge but I’ll never promise you something I can’t deliver.
I’m also just plain nice. Hire me and you’re hiring a photographer who genuinely cares about you. Whether you’re camera shy or a natural model, I’ll match your pace. My goal is to put you at ease, to nurture your ideas for true collaboration, and to make our photoshoots as enjoyable for you as they are for me.
I welcome clientele of every age, nationality, belief, orientation, appearance, and so on. I discriminate only against assholes. If you persist in belligerent, unsafe, or illicit behaviour, or try to haggle or make demands outside the scope of our contract, I will decline you service.
If you’re an established wedding photographer looking for a second shooter, or a developing photographer looking to assist, drop me a line.
Terms of Service
Every high value job I accept is governed by a contract. Although it’s largely a safety net in case of accidental and extenuating circumstances, it also guarantees a return for your investment and ensures that both our interests are protected. It is simple, thorough, and binding. It is mostly non-negotiable, but I’m open to addressing any concerns you may have. Ultimately, my contract is a token of our trust and obligation to one another. I have no qualms with adding or amending clauses which maintain that collaborative, mutually beneficial spirit.
I’m not your cousin with the nice camera. Although gear isn’t everything, I use professional level equipment and keep it in good shape, so that your images turn out the best they can on screen and in print.
I shoot with a pair of Nikon D750 full frame SLR bodies, with a range of high quality lenses: a Sigma 135mm f/1.8 Art Series lens, a Nikon 105mm f/2.8 Macro lens, a Nikon 50mm f/1.4 lens, and a Sigma 24mm f/1.4 Art Series lens. I provide images in full resolution, maximum quality JPG format, via Google Drive transfer or USB key.