Jefrey Nelson has been shooting live performances since 2003. Beginning back in Boston, he was able to capture an emerging underground scene. There, Jeffrey began freelance shooting video and still photography for such labels as Victory Records. Since moving to Los Angeles, Jeffrey has maintained relationships with multiple musicians and performing artists. Jeffrey has created numerous iconic images that can be seen in many well known, national publications.
This photo gallery has some of his most recent works and were shot at the world famous Hollywood Palladium, The Wiltern, and a airport hanger at the Santa Monica Airport. The bands in this Gallery are, Metallica, The Dropkick Murphy's, As I Lay Dying, Between The Buried and Me, Live, and The Acacia Strain.
Los Angeles Headshot photographer
Jeffrey Nelson has over a decade of experience shooting fashion photography in and around the city of Los Angeles, California. His unique style of camerawork has helped to bring clothing, apparel and accessories to vibrant life, helping to build the modeling portfolios of countless top agency models, and has also enjoyed international success.
Jeffrey Nelson’s studio is located in the historical district of Whitley Heights, providing a glamorous backdrop location to any fashion shoot as well as a professional, fully equipped studio.
Jeffrey Nelson is a Los Angeles Architecture and real estate photographer for the past 10 years. Shooting restaurants and bars all over the city. With his knowledge of lines and symmetry he is able to capture an ideal image for the client. When shooting architecture you need to be able to represent the structure as it would appear to someone if they were to actually be standing there. Since most structures require a wide angle that can create bending of vertical lines and cause chromatic aberration, Jeffrey uses the newest state of the art equipment. An essential instrument to his arsenal is a 17mm Tilt shift lens that can be doubled as a 34mm. This will ensure the client of the most accurate betrayal of the structure, whether it be interior or exterior.
Los Angeles Event photographer, sports