Jason Ierace is a Sydney based photographer with a career spanning over 25 years in the commercial visual arts. Originally studying design and photography, Jason spent many years as an art director, but has spent the last 20 years pursuing his original passion for photography.
While being fascinated by light, people, experiences, emotions and the broad depth of humanity, Jason loves to capture the honesty of life, the in-between moments and the true character of his subjects. He combines his inherent keen eye for design with years of technical knowledge to produce work that is clean, polished and captivating, under any conditions.
Jason is renowned for his very likeable easy-going nature, and dedicated approach. He is equally at ease shooting portraiture or lifestyle as he is with technical beauty or conceptual advertising work.
Inspired by creative people who take the best from life, Jason loves the opportunity to travel and work seamlessly with creative teams that share his vision to create the perfect picture.
Jason continues to pursue his personal projects and explore the medium of photography while living on Sydney's northern beaches with his wife and 2 children.
Solo show – DISCARDED. Sun Studios 2018
Gifted – Group show. Blackeye Gallery 2017
This Time Its Personal Charity Photography Exhibition. Sun Studios 2017
This Time Its Personal Charity Photography Exhibition. Sun Studios 2016
This Time Its Personal Charity Photography Exhibition. Sun Studios 2015
National Photographic Portrait Prize FINALIST 2015
Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize FINALIST 2014
Monster Children Annual Photo Competition FINALIST 2014
This Time Its Personal Charity Photography Exhibition. Sun Studios 2012
MLC Skyscrapers to Seascapes Photography Exhibition 2011
The Factory of Yeah Charity Exhibition 2010
MLC From Dreams to Reality Photography Exhibition 2010
IVY/Merivale Photography Exhibition 2009
Nivea Sister 2 Sister Photography Exhibition 2009
National Portrait Gallery Australian Style Exhibition 2009
MLC Fashion Photography Exhibition 2009
Solo show – SEVEN. Spacejunk Gallery 2007