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Photographer Profile: Jamey Thomas

August 22, 2010 Photographers No Comments

On occasion I have had the opportunity to work with a few different photographers from across California. Jayme Thomas is one of them. Jamey contributed pictures for my article on Milla Handleyat Handley Cellars and has done some beautiful work for Ridge Monte Bello and Lytton Springs.

How did you get started in photography?

“I’ve been taking pictures since I was a kid; after going to art school for ceramics I started taking a lot of pictures as a creative outlet and gradually got more and more serious about  it.”

Do you have a favorite kind of photography?

“I enjoy shooting people and landscapes more than anything.  For commercial clients I do environmental portraits; for individuals I like doing weddings and activity based shoots where I photograph people doing something fun.”

How did you become interested in shooting wineries?

“Wineries can use a range of pictures: landscapes, portraits of the various people who make up the winery, lifestyle images of people enjoying wine, bottles, and process pictures showing the grapes getting grown and the wine getting made.  Its a great challenge and a lot of fun.”

There are a great many more photos of Jaymey’s available at his site,

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