James Drew Turner takes photographs and makes films.
He lives in London, but that’s not his fault.
Approaching his work in what one could indolently attempt to categorise as a documentary style, his projects and greatest professional successes have pertained to the broad concepts of truth and justice. The existence and application of photography as evidence is something that has long held his interest.
If it matters, you might like to know that James attained a 1st Class Honours in Politics from the University of Glasgow, before excelling in a Masters in Photojournalism from the University of the Arts London.
If it doesn’t, then you’d probably prefer to know about his background in working extensively with the likes of Vice UK, The Guardian, The Observer, NME and Universal Records, to name but an egotistical smattering of James’ clients.
Who knows, maybe you're interested in both.
Here, you’re invited to explore James’ work.