Jason Capobianco is an Australian born fashion, celebrity and portrait photographer most noted for his crafted cinematic style of visual storytelling; a language he adapted as a child through watching his father – an architect – creating graceful form in what was empty space.
Jason distinguishes himself from the crowd via his distinctive combination of bold colour, sophisticated light and tangible emotion etched into every frame.
Equally of note, is the range and adaptability of his work, not only in scale but also in style. From intimate portraits to major productions shot in remote locations, Jason’s depth of experience sees him thrive in even the most challenging situations.
He has spent the previous decade based in Hong Kong, working in China and the APAC region as a part of its ongoing creative boom.
His flexibility as photographer has lead him to create work for some of the worlds leading brands, agencies and publishers including Dom Perignon, Vogue, GQ, Net-a- Porter, Clinique, Saatchi & Saatchi, Lane Crawford and Levi’s – shooting some of the worlds leading talent – Cate Blanchett, Sophia Loren, Justin Bieber as well as Asia’s superstars Chow Fun Fat, Aaron Kwok and Tang Wei.
In parallel to this, Jason has worked with some Australia’s leading artists and galleries directing and producing a series of documentary films for the Australian Wildlife Conservancy as part of their artist collaboration series on reducing wildlife extinction in Australia.
He currently lives in Perth, on Australia’s west coast.