Jim Graham is a consummate photographer. He honed his craft as a documentary photographer working at The News Journal Papers and freelancing with USA Today, The Associated Press and Bloomberg News. Today, he has evolved those skills and works as a corporate photojournalist with a designers eye. He shoots corporate profiles, working portraits, customer stories, and special projects worldwide.
Jim works in the client’s environment, fly-on-the-wall, many times without lighting or crew. He is versatile, shoots for the full frame, and travels light. His work has won many awards. Jim was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize, won the prestigious Southern Photographer of the Year award.
Jim’s editorial work has appeared in Town & Country Magazine, Vanity Fair, Wine Spectator, Sports Illustrated, Time and Newsweek Magazines as well as being featured in Communication Arts, PDN, Shutterbug, Rangefinder and Aftercapture Magazines. He is a contributing photographer to Redux Pictures.
Jim is also a sought after wedding photojournalist and has worked internationally documenting a couples wedding days. His true passion for photographing weddings sets him apart from other photographers. For the past 20 years Jim has combined his incredible eye for composition with his experiences as a photojournalist to capture the true emotions and incredible moments. His pictures are works of art that tell a story. And his rich and varied photographic talent are not the only thing Jim brings with him when he comes to photograph a wedding. With the experience of literally hundreds of weddings, Jim has seen it all. He isn’t shy about sharing when help is needed. Brides and grooms have leaned on Jim for planning suggestions. He’s sown wedding gowns, found lost veils, arranged replacement bouquets and even loaned a groom his cuff links and studs to make the day go smoothly.
Jim’s fine art photography is shown in many galleries throughout the United States, including Hardcastle Gallery, Graficas Gallery, Seven Seas Gallery and the Redux Gallery as well as the Delaware Museum of Art.