26 March Nick D’Aloisio aged 17 sold the app he made in his bedroom to Yahoo for £19 million.

Jude Photographed him at his home in London.

 

 

 

The Times Magazine 9th March 2013

Jude and his team spent a very cold snowy morning photographing Alex Thompson while sailing off Gosport England . Alex had just spent 80 days sailing solo around the globe.

 

 

 

 1 March 2013 Jude shoots Danny Boyle for Empire Magazine. An exclusive interview on his new film Trance.


22 February 2013 Saturday Times Magazine. Jude travelled to Greece with the author Kate Mosse to interview and photograph Steven Grady for the Saturday Times Magazine. Steven joined the french resistance after being imprisoned by the Nazis at aged 17. His book Gardens of Stone: My Boyhood in the resistance is published this month.

Over the last 2 years Jude has formed a strong relationship with the Financial Times luxury magazine  How to spend it.

This month he photographed Edward Watson, Royal Ballet Principal Dancer, in London. 

Below are some of his past shoots for How to spend it.

 

 

Haider Ackermann , Shot in Paris Dec 2011

 

Edward Watson, Principal dancer at the Royal Ballet, on Waterloo Bridge in London January 2013.

 

Terry De Gunzburg outside the Saatchi Gallery in London. 

 

 


The Covert Girls, Shooting Society, Wiltshire. 2011.

 

Nicky Haslem, London. 2012.

 

8th of December 2012

The Times Magazine 

 

 

 

 

Jude Photographs Paralympians Ellie Simmonds and David Weir for the souvenir issue of The Times Magazine

 

 

 

 November 16 2012

 

 

Jude Shoots Taylor Swift for
The New York Times 


November The 5th 2012

 

Jackie Green, 19, was born a boy named Jack.
On her 16th birthday she became the youngest person in the world to have gender reassignment surgery. 

 

 

Jude took portraits of Jackie who is the subject of a BBC3 film “Transexual Teen Beauty Queen.” Screened
20 November 2012. 

 

“As far as I’m concerned, I’m just a normal girl with a bit of an interesting history.”

Monday the 29th of October 2012

 

Jude photographs the Britain Works ad campaign for Microsoft. The ads, targeted at politicians, are being placed in relevant London locations and selected press.

 

 

The campaign focuses on the portraits and stories of five young people who Microsoft have helped into work. 

 

 

Britain Works is shown here at Westminster Station. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jude’s portraits of Michael Johnson  were used by Harper Collins for the cover of his new book Gold Rush.