Jason Ingram Photography
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Tag Archives: Garden Photography
Here’s April’s shoot with Dan Pearson from Sunday’s Observer.
This is the most romantic of gardens with a fantastic plantsman’s nursery attached to it. The home of Louisa and James Arbuthnott near Kidderminster which has been created since they bought the Gardener’s Cottage and walled garden in 1974. This … Continue reading
This is the garden of Piers & Louise from Garden & Wood. Apart from having the most beautiful garden, they also sell antique and vintage garden tools, garden furniture and garden ephemera. This was shot for Gardens Illustrated and appeared in … Continue reading
I was lucky enough to cover a shoot at Scampston Walled Garden a couple of years ago for Country Living Magazine. This wonderful garden is set within the walls of the original kitchen garden for Scampston Hall. The garden was … Continue reading
This is a selection of images taken at Barnhaven Primroses for Gardens Illustrated which appeared in the March issue. Barnhaven Primroses are produced by Lynne and David Lawson at a small nursery at Plestin-les-Greves, in rural Brittany. These delicate little … Continue reading
I am very happy as I have just had my portfolio submission put through as a finalist for International Garden Photographer of the Year. The work will be on show at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, on May 14th 2011. There … Continue reading
This feature appeared in Gardens Illustrated in December 2010. I have already posted something about this shoot earlier in my blog as it is a particularly good example of a plant profile for a magazine. For these profiles to work successfully … Continue reading