Commissioned, Stock, Editorial & Fine Art Photography
Photography shows life, explains ideas and illustrates products - it inspires and educates.
Creative professional photography is about ensuring that the first visual impression counts.
Contemporary photography is also more than using a camera, lighting and imagination. Understanding digital capture, colour management and efficient file delivery sets Paul Foley's service apart.


Having traded in his first computer (a birthday present from his well-meaning parents) for a Praktica SLR camera, James Morgan began working at the London Times and Sunday Times newspapers at the tender age of sixteen. Within 18 months James was voted the UK's Newspapers Young Photographer of the Year. Over the ensuing ten years with the papers he captured a diverse range of people & events; Thatcher, Reagan, Gorbachev, the Royal family, Lockerbie, the IRA bombing campaign, the Cannes Film Festival, the opening of ‘Phantom of The Opera’ on Broadway, Milan Fashion Week, New York Fashion Week, and more.
In 1998 James was appointed as Chief Photographer to the Walt Disney Company in Paris, advising Disney's management team on image selection at the Paris theme park and across its global portfolio, including the launch of Animal Kingdom in Florida and the launch of Disney Cruise Lines. As a result, he became Head of Press and PR for Disneyland Paris for the UK and Ireland - a welcome break from the camera. Built on this solid background of photographic and PR work, James subsequently established the James Morgan Photographic Consultancy, operating out of London and Sydney.

1985-1986; freelance photographer with work published in every national newspaper in the UK
1986-1995; photographer for the Times and Sunday Times newspapers in the UK
1995-1998; chief photographer for Disney based in Paris, France
1998-2000; Head of PR for Disneyland Paris for UK and Ireland
2000-2001; set up The James Morgan Photographic Consultancy (JMPC), London
2001-present; migrated to Sydney, Australia and set up Australian office for the JMPC

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Wednesday close at 2pm.
Saturday - 10am - 3pm
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Suite 2, Building 58, Gunshot Alley
Suakin Drive, Mosman (off Middle Head Road)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 2088
Phone: 02 9960 2843

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