Portraits By Justin Jin

The European Central Bank appoints Justin as its preferred photographer in Brussels, capturing President Christine Lagarde as she meets world leaders, with photographs delivered in short timeframes.

World leaders, top media organisations and prestigious brands work with Justin Jin to create portraits that tell a story.

Justin combines artistry with deep journalistic experience, allowing him to capture meaningful moments no matter how challenging and critical the situation is.

Justin is based in Brussels and is often on assignment in Europe and China. Born in Hong Kong, Justin studied philosophy and social science at Cambridge University.

Justin speaks fluent English and Chinese, and conversational Russian, French and Dutch.

Justin tells the story of Shanghai live-streamer Nai Nai for GEO magazine.
French luxury brand Martell Cognac appoints Justin to photograph renowned artists across China for an advertising campaign.
Justin tells the stories for Martell though capturing the lives of these artists across major Chinese cities.
When Perrier-Jouët, a leading French champagne house, prepared for its first female cellar master in 200 years to take over, they asked Justin to capture this transition.
Perrier-Jouët renowned cellar master Hervé Deschamps transmits his experience to his successor Séverine Frerson, a journey that took them from France to Japan together with Justin.
Jeroen Dijsselbloem, former president of the Eurogroup. Justin meets him in the Netherlands for a portrait for Der Spiegel Magazine.
Forbes Magazine commissions Justin to shoot an extended portrait story of Russian oligarch Sergei Vermenenko in Moscow.
When General Electric bought Alstom in France, the US conglomerate commissioned Justin to shoot a global print ad campaign to champion its workers.
Justin travels deep into the Russian Caucasus to meet murderer-turned-politician Vitaly Kaloyev at his home for a story in Boulevard Magazine.
The Economist Magazine's lifestyle supplement commissions Justin to shoot a portrait story about "White Collar Boxing" in Hong Kong.

When the Sunday Times Magazine told Justin about a story they just heard about in Mongolia, where a Texan man is bringing his autistic boy on a horseback journey in search of a miracle cure, Justin jumped on the next flight to meet them.

Through sensitive portraiture and reportage photography, Justin brought the story to the cover of the iconic journal.

Get in touch with Justin to discuss your next portrait.