Ian Synott

Ian Synott

PhotographerLondon, United Kingdom
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Ian Synott

Ian Synott

PhotographerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
I am a photographer and marketing professional based in London, UK! I bring a range of experience and interests, ranging from fashion, adventure, editorial and documentary-styled photography. Originally a science graduate, my training has given me a solid grounding in research discipline, supported with a deep interest in the natural world.
  • Arc’teryx UK | Beta Insulated Campaign
    Arc’teryx UK | Beta Insulated CampaignPromoting the all-new Arc'teryx GORE-TEX jacket design on the UK Arc'teryx main channels.
  • Figures of the Coast Mountains
    Figures of the Coast MountainsPersonal project documenting snow athletes and personalities based in the region of the Coast Mountains in British Columbia, Canada. Challenges included extremely variable weather conditions, lighting and movement of gear and subjects in deep snow. Features professional and amateur Canadian snow athletes such as Jake Carney, Max Moffatt, Mason Roy and Colin Jakilazek.
  • DPUS - Editorial/E-Commerce
    DPUS - Editorial/E-CommerceUpdating the DPUS Streetwear boutique with new visuals ahead of a new site launch. Work done in studio and on location. Models featured include Derrick Appiah (Nevs Models), Haruna Jebak (First Model Management), Isabella Keell (Contact Models) and Louis James Ross (Nevs Models)
Work history
    Marketing LeadArc'teryx
    London, United KingdomFull Time
    Content marketing production, events management, copywriting, social media management and team leadership for the London-based brand team.
    Freelance mountain sports photographerSelf Employed
    Whistler, CanadaFreelance
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  • Studio Lighting
  • Studio Photography
  • Extreme Sports
  • Portrait Photography
  • Landscape
  • Natural Light
  • Brand Alignment
  • Adventure Photography
  • Science Communication
  • Location Shoots
    Chemistry MSciUniversity of Birmingham
     - Birmingham, United Kingdom
    Integrated Masters programme - final project completed on the interface of hydrogels with microscopy.