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Hi! My name is Justin T. Shockley, and I'm an internationally published fashion, advertising and humanitarian photographer (Steve Madden, Under Armour, Levis, the current Governor of Michigan State, United Nations, New York Times, Runway Magazine Paris, Zagat, Carnegie Hall, Madison Square Garden, Google, Ogilvy, Pfizer, Lyft (app),Du Coeur mag, Reuters etc).

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Alice Castro

7 September 2018

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Susan Williams

7 September 2018

great work!

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Alex Persone

7 September 2018

Awesome photographer!
I have work with him, this guy know how make Great photo!

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David Molnar

7 September 2018

no 1 fashoin photographer in NYC Justin Shockley! he is the best with photos lighting etc.

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Jon C.

9 March 2015

Justin is a wonderful photographer and amazing person!  He's very creative and really knows his craft.  You won't be disappointed.

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Ebi B.

6 March 2015

Justin Shockley is a distinctly talented and exceptionally generous photographer. He was an enthusiastically willing resource when I sought him out for head-shot photos in my NYC art studio. His process is thorough, engaged with a friendly and inventive focus appropriate to the context. I was as satisfied with the results as I have been impressed with his portfolio prior and since then. He was a pleasure to work with and I'd recommend him to any client seeking a creative professional photographer. More...

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Howard F.

10 December 2014

I used Justin's photographs for my website, a fundraising consulting practice focused on urban nonprofits. He has a way of capturing a moment before it disappears, and showing people at their best, which appealed to the way I wanted my clients to see my practice. I have also seen his work related to events, and I think he gets great candid shots in party crowds. More...

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I don't know if there is a secret but I think time plus skill equals good art. For me it took me many years to call myself a professional but even before that I was immersed in art since the age of 5. Everything from music to the general culture of art. I think it starts in the heart then over time if you want to develop that passion you need to practice so you gain a good skill.

I try to figure out the best possible outcome for the project.; something like a core desire. Usually the client is most satisfied when you achieve that.

I love everything about it. I think its amazing that I'm blessed to be able to do what I love everyday. It really seems surreal sometimes.

I never initially intended to do it as a business. I was just pursuing my passion.

Because I care about people. I think its hard to serve clients if you don't care about people regardless of how talented one is.

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