I’m lucky enough to practice my passion for a living. Photography is something I was immediately drawn to when I was child and now as an adult, I still get that child like exhilaration from creating imagery that moves and inspires others.      -Jim Flynn-

I’m lucky enough to practice my passion for a living. Photography is something I was immediately drawn to when I was child and now as an adult, I still get that child like exhilaration from creating imagery that moves and inspires others.

-Jim Flynn-

 

A commercial photographer since 1993, I shoot lifestyle advertising images for Healthcare, Life Science, Finance, and Tourism clients. Some of those clients include: Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey, Select Health of Utah, Care Oregon, Boston Scientific, Smith + Nephew, Fidelity Investments, and John Hancock Financial Services. They have included interesting and challenging productions, that have always intrigued me and kept me wanting to do more.

 I have spent much of my life finding my home all over the United States including Connecticut, Colorado, Massachusetts and Texas. My work as a photographer has afforded me the opportunity to work and visit many places throughout the world including China, Japan, France, Ireland, Iceland, India, Cambodia, and Kenya to name a few. Each time I visit a new place, I am enlightened by the encounter and hope that my imagery can communicate what I have seen and experienced. 

 My work regularly appears in local, regional, and national publications, including Time, Newsweek, and The Wall Street Journal and often lives in the electronic world for editorial, commercial and social content.

 Images that I have created, have been selected to appear in juried photo competition magazines such as Communication Arts Photo Annual, Communication Arts Advertising Annual and Archive Magazine.

Previously, I served for 6 years as a board member of the New England Chapter of the American Society of Media Photographers, 2 years in which I was the Chapter President. Additionally, I was elected to the National Board of Directors of ASMP for 8 years and served on the Executive Board for a term of 4 years. I have felt it important to be actively involved in being a voice for our Industry, not strictly a quiet participant.