Running has taken me through the highest of highs and the lowest of lows
I became recognised as 'the running photographer' following a decade spent following athletes and adventurers where others could not. Attempting to earn their trust and let viewers into their world.
From the Sahara to the Gobi Desert. The remote jungle of Northern Vietnam to the French Alps. I have chosen to go that extra mile (or twenty) in an effort to capture the essence and adrenaline within each sport.
The journey from freshly graduated photographer in 2000 to now heading up integrated productions, including motion content and director work for outdoors, sporting and lifestyle clientele, has not however been an overnight one.
2020 marks ten years since making the pivotal decision to redirect my attention toward photographing and telling stories around subject matters I am passionate about. I had come to realise that creating authentic, emotive and heartfelt content that people could engage with meant learning how to delve as far into the story as I could.
I'm blessed with a wife and two children. Our home is on the South Coast of the UK.
Follow @jamescarnegiephotography to see what's happening and press PLAY below to watch a 60 second piece adidas and intersport made recently about my running and photography