Jamie Hawkesworth

Photographer

Jamie Hawkesworth is a British photographer. Hawkesworth graduated from the University of Central Lancashire and has created nuanced and empathetic portrayals of the architecture and people of Northern England. His approach to photography is grounded in the subtle, elegiac and playful heritage of British documentary photography. He brings his finely-tuned capacities to both observe and choreograph authentic engagements with his subjects into his commercial work.

Hawkesworth's characterful editorial commissions have been published in Acne PaperAnOtherDazed & ConfusedDoublei-DLOVEMan About TownThe New York Times Style MagazineSelf ServiceVogue US, BritishVogueVogue Paris, W, and WSJ. Magazine. He has also created highly original and innovative campaigns and catalogues for J.W. Anderson, Loewe and Miu Miu.

In 2015, Hawkesworth created the Preston Bus Station series of photographs and accompanying short film as part of his work with the collective Preston is my Paris. His photographs were exhibited as a site-specific work.

Jamie Hawkesworth is a British photographer. Hawkesworth graduated from the University of Central Lancashire and has created nuanced and empathetic portrayals of the architecture and people of Northern England. His approach to photography is grounded in the subtle, elegiac and playful heritage of British documentary photography. He brings his finely-tuned capacities to both observe and choreograph authentic engagements with his subjects into his commercial work.

Hawkesworth's characterful editorial commissions have been published in Acne PaperAnOtherDazed & ConfusedDoublei-DLOVEMan About TownThe New York Times Style MagazineSelf ServiceVogue US, BritishVogueVogue Paris, W, and WSJ. Magazine. He has also created highly original and innovative campaigns and catalogues for J.W. Anderson, Loewe and Miu Miu.

In 2015, Hawkesworth created the Preston Bus Station series of photographs and accompanying short film as part of his work with the collective Preston is my Paris. His photographs were exhibited as a site-specific work.