Jeff Ascough (b. 1967, Bristol, UK) is a multi-award-winning and internationally published photographer based in Lytham St Annes, Lancashire. Working predominantly in black-and-white with both film and digital, his images reflect his love of light, mood, and composition. Described as "A master at shooting by available light" by The Washington Post, Jeff's work has been featured by Newsweek, Süddeutsche Zeitung, British Journal of Photography, American Photo, Professional Photographer, Adore Noir, and many other photographic publications across the world. His clients include personalities from music, sport, TV, and the Arts. Away from taking pictures, Jeff has spent many years lecturing both in the UK and overseas for companies such as Canon EMEA, Panasonic, Phase One, AlienSkin Software, FujiFilm, Kodak, BIPP, MPA, and The Photography Show. He has appeared in marketing campaigns for Canon's iPF large format printers and EOS 5 series cameras. In 2012, he spent a week in France teaching digital capture to Sir Don McCullin, and printing his digital images.
"Seeking The Light" with Sir Don McCullin and Jeff Ascough. A short film about the legendary photographer's first steps into digital capture.
Getty Image Gallery London - Canon EMEA Ambassador Group exhibition.
Visa Pour L'Image (Canon Suite). Perpignan, France