This year he was awarded a bronze medal from the Royal Photographic Society for a portfolio of images in the International Garden Photographer of the year.

I have recently finished a shoot with Pam Llloyd PR who are a fantastic team working with fresh produce businesses to promote their products to consumer, media and trade audiences. The Perennial Meadow showing the Conservatory, Seed heads of Phlomis russeliana in the Perennial Meadow, Drifts of Molinia caerulea ssp caerulea ‘Poul Petersen’ and Phellodendron chinense ( Chinese Cork Tree ) in the middle. I was lucky enough to cover a shoot at Scampston Walled Garden a couple of years ago for Country Living Magazine. Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

A very basic set up with natural light, a bit of fill and some seasonal lilac and a Clematis montana bloom. Meeting these fantastic producers and tasting their food makes up for the fact I spend most of the week rolling around in cow muck, herding sheep with a tripod leg and having my ankles bitten by pesky pigs. Unless otherwise shown, all images on this site are the © copyright of Jason Ingram. Full Terms and Conditions of Website Usage, Wakefield and North of England Tulip Society, Carol Klein - ’Grow Your Own Veg’ BBC TV Series, Annette Lepple's New book, Mien Wabi Sabi Garten, PGPA's Annie Green-Armytage RHS Photo Award, Full Terms and Conditions of Website Usage, Garden Media Guild Photographer of the Year 2019. Jason Ingram Photography Website. This appeared in the July 2012 issue of Gardens Illustrated and was also the cover. Anyway, I managed to recce the view knowing I would be returning in a weeks time when hopefully the conditions will be in my favour. He also works in collaboration with Toby Buckland, Carol Klein and Joe Swift on regular magazine features as well as providing the stills for BBC Gardeners' World television series.

1st - 29th February 2020 at East Lambrook Manor, Somerset, UK. All members of the PGPA can be contacted through details shown in their portfolios on this web site. Join 1,122 other followers Sign me up! It was a great couple of days with beautiful food styling by Genevieve Taylor. All these pictures have been taken in polytunnels with the aid of clamps, twine, diffusers and reflectors, so when the article is finally published and I can look at the pictures again, I actually forget the work that has gone into producing them and can enjoy the photographs for what they are, beautiful winter flowers !

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Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com. The Royal Photographic Society One Day Plant and Garden Photography Date: 11th February 11 Location: Gloucester Access:    Contact: Reception Email: reception@rps.org Phone: 01225325733 Cost: £155.00 Members Rate: £145.00 Type: Education Workshops One day workshops February Friday 11th  (Dene Mill) October … Continue reading →, We had our Garden Media Guild Awards last Wednesday (01/12/10) and I was finalist in all three of the photography categories, Photographer of the Year, Features Photographer of the Year and Book Photographer of the Year. Jason David Ingram (born August 23, 1974) is an American Christian music producer and songwriter. Apart from having the most beautiful garden, they also sell antique and vintage garden tools, garden furniture and garden ephemera.

I have an exciting new venue for a special Garden Photography course this Summer, June 10th. These photographs cannot be used for any purpose without the rights owner's permission, which might involve the payment of a fee. New Collectives – AOP Gallery Print Sales Collection Exhibition The home of Louisa and James Arbuthnott near Kidderminster which has been created since they bought the Gardener’s Cottage and walled garden in 1974. The gardens will be looking fantastic now so well worth a visit, so much Winter interest you will probably want a couple of … Continue reading →, A lovely start to 2011 with another two covers, one for BBC Gardeners’ World and another for The English Garden. The AOP Gallery, 81 Leonard Street, London, EC2A 4QS, Tube: Old Street (exit 4) Gallery Open: Mon-Fri, 10am-6pm, Isambard Kingdom Brunel has just left the Studio. #turnendtrust #gardenphotography #gardenphotographer #photographycourses #photographycourse #dahliamerckii I even managed to unwittingly steal a farm dog, it wasn’t until I was half way down a lane that I heard an unusual sound coming from the back of my car, it somehow managed to get in whilst I was packing ! The April checklist with Dan Pearson for The Observer, National Trust Fine Farm Produce Awards 2011, National Trust Fine Farm Produce Awards 2011, International Garden Photographer of the Year 2011, International Garden Photographer of the Year 2011, Winter Flowering Clematis (the finished shots). The family business was started by owner Les Salisbury, who originally would have gone out with a horse and cart. All rights reserved. This is an image I shot for Countryfile Magazine of George Keen.