John Fulton specializes in conceptual advertising photography - A Luerzer's Archive 200 Best Ad Photographers Worldwide. Recognized by Hasselblad Masters, Ads of the World, The International Photography Awards, Communication Arts, PDN, and Prix de la Photographie Paris, Archive, the International Color Awards, as well as profiles in American Photo, After Capture and Comm Art's "Fresh" feature focusing on cutting edge talent. Interviewed about his work in the New York Times and on MSNBC.
From playful to mysterious, John's work is often described as rich, fresh, and authentic. He consistently delights his clients with a work ethic that he considers standard. Recently, he added four un-billed production days to travel to the Bonneville Salt Flats to capture material the art director desperately wanted in his client's campaign but knew wasn't in the budget. He is addicted to image making and adamant about going the extra mile (or ten) to make award-winning images.
I'm an easy going guy but a fervent creator who likes to have fun and work hard with great people! Lets build something together…" -- John
Creative Fields:Photography, Advertising
|City: Atlanta||Personal Site: www.johnfultonphotography.com|
|Location: USA||Work URL:|
|Experience: 13 years, 4 months||Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/John-Fulton-Photography/247272448690|
|Employer: Represented by Visu Artists||Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/JohnFultonPhoto|
|Title: Photographer||LinkedIN: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/john-fulton/6/91a/12|
|Status: Freelancing / Busy||Other: http://www.johnfultonphotography.com/blog/|
A Luerzer's Archive Top 200 Advertising Photographer Worldwide. Recognized by Hasselblad Masters, Ads of the World, Canon, "Lucies" (The Int'l Photography Awards), The Addy's, Communications Arts and PDN annuals, Prix de la Photographie Paris, Ads of the World, Pollux Awards, American Photographic Artists, Int'l Loupe Awards, Worldwide Galla, and The Int'l Color Awards. John has been profiled in Communication Arts "Fresh" feature exposing the hottest talent in the country as well as in After Capture and American Photography magazines. He has been interviewed about his work in the New York Times and on MSNBC.