Sunday, February 10, 2019
Beeson Family // Fort Wayne, IN
How time flies...Alex has gotten so big. It was a rainy and cold November day so we hit the botanical conservatory to keep warm. Im honestly stoked how this family always makes time for to caputre them in such a way and I'll say it till I'm blue in the face but repeat clients are rad! Enjoy.
Posted by Jeremy Jacobs at 10:09 AM
Justin + Cassie // Rome City, IN
Justin and I have been friends for many years and he is king when it comes to the sign painting game in Fort Wayne. When Justin came to me and asked if Id be down to photograph their wedding I didn't hesitate. It was a small family only ceremony, simple and to the point. Justin and Cassie always compliment my work and come to me for most all of their photo needs and Ive said it before but repeat clients are what makes the world turn. The location was the beautiful grounds at the Gene Statton Porter Historic site. Its always a joy to photograph two rad, and giving people. Jenna tagged along for the marco shots which she rules way more than I do(thank you) Justin and Cassie - Thank you so much to the both of them. a>
Posted by Jeremy Jacobs at 9:49 AM
Personal Work - GE Factory // Fort Wayne, IN
Ahhh more personal work. Its really how I spend my time as of late and this is why I don't update this site as often as I should. The GE Plant has been a Fort Wayne staple for many many years. Its hard to to find someone who didn't have past relatives that worked among these walls. The last production run was over 10 years ago. Its a location Ive been wanting to shoot for the longest time and a warm June morning I had my chance to do so. There is a large effort to turn this humongous campus into apartments and revitalize the area and I, for one am all for it. Funding is slow but I think its the future of what Fort Wayne could be. Enjoy
Posted by Jeremy Jacobs at 9:24 AM
Jim Cook Roadster // Fort Wayne, IN
I came upon this car while out on a journey to my moms house to pick up parts for my Model A coupe and it almost stopped me in my tracks. What started as a 1930 Ford Model A Sport Coupe converted to a roadster by Fort Wayne local Jim Cook. I was awestruck. This car sits atop a '32 for frame with a Chevy 327 power plant. Jim is a really nice guy and will have conversations for what feels like hours. I set this shoot up for the editors of Car Kulture Deluxe magazine. The feature wasnt picked up but I felt it was only right to post them after sitting on them for so long. Thank you to Jim for being a super nice guy and taking the time to let me try my hand at car photography.
Posted by Jeremy Jacobs at 9:09 AM
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