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PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER MADRID – JEOSM PHOTOGRAPHY

jeosmphotography@gmail.com
TELF. +34 603 510 715


BIO JEOSM

Jeosm es fotógrafo freelance. Su trabajo como fotógrafo se centra principalmente en el retrato, el reportaje y la publicidad
 
Entre sus clientes se recuentan:
Editorial Alfaguara, Atresmedia, Editorial Plantea, Adidas, Dickies, Zenda Libros, XLSemanal, La Vanguardia, Montana Colors, La Fábrica, Ansgar Fighting League, Hip Hop Life, Quintin Co, Boa Musica, Universal Music, Sony Music, Caja Sol,…
 
En el año 2010 publica su primer libro fotográfico, Realidad (sobre la cultura urbana y el mundo del hip hop), en 2014 autoedita su segundo libro, Sacrificio (sobre las MMA Artes marciales Mixtas, en nuestro país) y en 2016 publica su tercer libro Guerreros Urbanos (un trabajo sobre el mundo del grafiti), que cuenta con textos de Arturo Pérez-Reverte y se publica bajo las editoriales Alfaguara y La Fábrica, en 2017 publica Mujer, (un trabajo homenajeando a la mujer actual de su entorno y generación), cuenta con textos de Espido Freire, Marta Robles, Lara Siscar, Paloma Bravo, entre otras escritoras.

Jeosm is a freelance photographer. His work as a photographer focuses mainly on portraiture, reporting and advertising.

Among his clients are counted:
Editorial Alfaguara, Atresmedia, Editorial Plantea, Adidas, Dickies, Zenda Libros, XLSemanal, La Vanguardia, Montana Colors, La Fábrica, Ansgar Fighting League, Hip Hop Life, Quintin Co, Boa Musica, Universal Music, Sony Music, Caja Sol,…

In 2010 he published his first photographic book, Realidad (about urban culture and the world of hip hop), in 2014 self-published his second book, Sacrificio (about MMA Mixed Martial Arts, in our country) and in 2016 published his third book Guerreros Urbanos (a work on the world of graffiti), which has texts by Arturo Pérez-Reverte and is published under the publishers Alfaguara and La Fábrica, in 2017 it publishes Mujer, (a work paying homage to current women in their environment and generation), has texts by Espido Freire, Marta Robles, Lara Siscar, Paloma Bravo, among other writers.