Jon Reid is a photographer shooting high quality bespoke work with a focus on architecture & interiors.

He left Sydney & his work in media & editorial photography, and the interminable traffic, to move his young family to Newcastle NSW.

In 1992 Jon sailed across the Pacific Ocean from Acapulco to Sydney without vomiting once.

Jon maintains a connection to his editorial past by shooting portraits for magazines such as Art Collector & Smith Journal.

Jon is enthusiastic about cake & cycling, which might seem contradictory to some. The picture above shows what joy can come from poking sticks at goldfish.

To enquire about working with Jon please get in touch.


In 2009, Jon travelled to Nepal with the Fred Hollows Foundation to document their work eradicating preventable blindness.

Photographs from Jon's personal documentary projects, including The Captain Cook Graving Dock & his documentation of the Barangaroo precinct prior to it's redevelopment, are held by The National Library of AustraliaThe State Library of New South Wales & the Australian National Maritime Museum.

In 2011 Jon self-published Predominantly Orange, a book documentating the ubiquitous safety-cone in our society.

Jon's current project is Apocalypse Now: In response to anxiety. This project is being printed in platinum/palladium from original 5x7" negatives.



I commissioned Jon to document the final stages of a landmark project at KPMG, which involved moving the firm into new state of the art offices and onto a new style of agile working. Jon was immediately engaged with the project, photographing our people as they moved in, our welcome events and the striking architectural shots which have since featured in countless press articles, reports and across our websites, both nationally and globally. His work has given our firm a distinctive and artistic look which aligns with our approach of being the clear choice among our competitors. His images say more in one shot than most might in a whole paragraph. I look forward to working more with him in future. Juan-Carlo Tomas - Communications Lead, Workplace of the Future Program, KPMG
Jon is meticulous in his work to create remarkable images. I certainly recommend you speak with Jon about photographing your next project.David Kidston - HACK Architecture
[Jon] can shoot creatively, efficiently and to brief. He can work under the intense time constraints that newspapers present and yet provide calm, simple and memorable images. His professionalism never flags and his photography speaks for itself. James Cottam - Picture Editor

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