photo by markus ravik

photo by markus ravik

currently based in sydney, australia. 

won the australian national live music awards’ inaugural ‘live photographer of the year’ award in 2018

work has been published in: 
billboard magazine, blunt magazine, stack magazine, frankie magazine, rolling stone, the music, scenestr

work has featured on:
billboard, sydney morning herald, sxsw, rolling stone australia, i heart radio, capitol records, awesomeness tv, mtv australia, the line of best fit, the guardian, huffington post australia, buzzfeed, elle australia, pedestrian.tv, the music, buzzfeed australia, music feeds, grazia, gc mag, 2day fm, courier mail, junkee, scenestr, pilerats, stack, cool accidents

contact me at hello@jessgleeson.com if you're interested in a photographer that loves pop music and dogs

present & previous clients:
artists:
alex lahey
ball park music
bloods
booka shade
cloud control
cub sport
didirri
halsey
handsome
gang of youths
gretta ray
japanese wallpaper
jess kent
king princess
lauv
lido
niall horan
northeast party house
mallrat
mansionair
middle kids
miguel
mitski

p!nk
ruby fields
san cisco
skegss
the belligerents
the jungle giants
tiny little houses
tyde levi
woodes
zhu
ziggy alberts

companies:
bbe
abc radio
adhesive pr
apra amcos
bmg australia
bolster
cattleyard productions
discover l.a.
double j
entropico
fremantle (f.k.a fremantle media)
future classic
fuzzy
huawei au
inertia
ivy league
keep sydney open
livenation au/nz
lnwy.co
medibank
media creatures
mirror music group
modest management
mushroom creative
nrma insurance
oxford art factory
pure health clubs
qmusic
remedy kombucha
sbs tv
scrabble pr
secret sounds
select touring
single o
sony music australia
space 44
spotify australia
triple j
triple j unearthed
qut gallery of modern art
universal music australia
warner music australia

festivals:
bigsound
field day
fomo festival
grapevine gathering
groovin the moo
listen out
lost paradise
newtown festival
sounds of the suburbs
splendour in the grass
spilt milk
the plot
the secret garden
volumes festival
yours & owls