Jake Giles Netter Photography
Jake Giles Netter is a 26 year-old freelance photographer born and raised in Malibu, California, currently based in Los Angeles, specializing in portraiture, fashion/editorial, music, street, event/photojournalism, travel, architecture, movie stills and commercial photography with 7 years of professional experience.
Clients of his have included: Time Out Los Angeles, Styles For Less, Buzzine, Filter Mag, SOTERIK clothing, TRANTCHILLA Clothing, Chop Siouxy Clothing, DMI, CAA, Fox 2000 Studios, Fox Television, Matador Records, XL Records, Atlantic Records, Beggars Group, FYF, Spin Magazine, Rock & Revolution PR, Prophetik by Jeff Garner, KLASSIK THRASH, O'Quinn Clothing, Coors Lite, Sicky Dicky Productions, Yahoo! Music, Evolution LA among others.
His work has also found it's way onto the pages (physical and online) of The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, Time Out Los Angeles, Leveled Mag, Buzzine.com, Juxtapoz Magazine, Nylon Men, Fader Mag, Filter Magazine, Spin Magazine, Rolling Stone, The Wall Street Journal, Vanity Fair, Las Vegas Weekly, Stereogum, Matador Records' Matablog, The Telegraph UK, Yahoo! Music, Jambase, among others, as well as currently being on display in the Smithsonian in Washington, DC as part of their 40 under 40: Craft Futures Exhibit, showcasing work he did for Nashville-based clothing company Prophetik by Jeff Garner.
He is a gun for hire with experience in a wide range of photographic mediums including, but not limited to:
Travel Photography, Headshots, Modeling Portfolios, Clothing Product Shots, Fashion Editorials and Advertisements, Photojournalism, Documentary Pieces, Film Stills, Real Estate, Events (Clubs, Weddings, Music, etc.), and Music Photography (Band Press Shots, Tour Shots and Candids).
- Owner / Head Photographer
- Nashville, TN
2010 - Present
- Jake Giles Netter Photography, LLC
Currently freelancing across this wonderful world of ours.
Current Projects include:
WOLVES AT YOUR DOOR, an independant fashion, culture, music blog showcasing a wide breath of photographic work by Jake Giles Netter and the Wolves creative team http://www.wolvesatyourdoor.com
CHILDREN OF THE GOLDEN STATE, a visual diary of sorts presenting real life in various forms in California
- Head Photographer
- Los Angeles, Ca
2011 - 2012
Shot various published clothing campaigns, web content, product photographs, and events including South By Southwest (SXSW) & Smokeout 2012 for S.O.TERIK Clothing and offshoot brands, TRANTCHILLA and Chop Siouxy.
- Still Photographer / EPK Videographer
- Taiwan + India + Canada
Jan 2011 - Jul 2011
- Fox 2000
Worked on the international production of "Life Of Pi" (2012), alongside noted photographers Mary Ellen Mark, Phil Bray, and Peter Sorel.
- Las Vegas, NV
- Oct 2010
- Matador Records / Beggars Group
Head Photographer of Matador Records 21st Anniversary Music Festival "Matador at 21, the Lost Weekend"
- Stills Assistant
May 2010 - Jul 2010
- Fox 2000
Assisted Still Photographer David James on "Water For Elephants" (2011)
- Still Photographer - Specials
- Los Angeles, CA
- Jul 2011
- Fox Television
Shot specials for director Francis Lawrence on the pilot for "Touch" (2012)
- Head Event Photographer
- Southern California
2007 - 2009
- Sicky Dicky Productions
Shot various parties/events for Malibu, CA based event promotion company Sicky Dicky Productions across Southern California, from San Diego to Santa Barbara for various companies and charities including Coors Lite, SurfAid, and O'Quinn Clothing.
Press, Tears, Articles, Interviews, Etc.
CHILDREN OF THE GOLDEN STATE
"Children of the Golden State" is an ongoing attempt at an unbiased take on real life in various forms in California by LA based photographer Jake Giles Netter."
WOLVES AT YOUR DOOR
"Wolves At Your Door is an independent project lead by founder/head photographer Jake Giles Netter and creative director/head curator Emma Hewes Rubenstein and their merry band of misfits as they go in search of a who's who of talent in fashion, art, music and beyond to showcase across our wide wonderful world."