British photographer Jake Green’s authentic & sensitive documentary approach allows him to uncover new narratives and shoot subjects in engaging and emotive ways. 

He discovered photography as a teenager and has constantly explored and advanced his talent over many years thanks to inspiring commissions – and pure love of the creative process. In 2012 he set up ‘Leyton of London’ a small press & creative production studio in East London.

These subjects might be his home city – London – the subject of the sold out Pie & Mash London book series. Or self-initiated coffee projects like the captivating Drink My Sweat series that follows the global trade and movement of coffee. With these passion projects he takes his time and builds the story over a number of years. Observing the people and moments that matter and sharing them with a global audience. His books and prints are available online at L.O.L Books.

Jake also works with global brands on commissions and collaborations. These include Nike, Phaidon, Warner, HSBC, Sony, Vodafone & Converse.

Work highlights:

Pie & Mash London – Third Edition (Leyton of London 2019)

Kunywa Jasho Langu: Coffee Kenya – First Edition (Leyton of London 2019)

Beber Mi Sudor: Coffee Colombia – First Edition (Leyton of London 2018)

Pie & Mash London – Second Edition (Leyton of London 2018)

Pie & Mash London – First Edition (Leyton of London 2017)

The Bookmaker’s Studio – (Self Published, 2015),

Art Workshops for Children – (Phaidon, 2015) 

Photo editor at cult hip-hop periodical ‘Big Smoke Magazine’ 

Creative Director & Founder of acclaimed basketball magazine MVP: Ultimate Basketball

Exhibitions:

Photography from the series Beber Mi Sudor (2017) is currently on display in London at Workshop Coffee (Marylebone) and in Oslo at Nordic Approach

The ‘Pie & Mash’ exhibition is a permanent installation at Noted Eel & Pie House, London.

‘The Bookmaker’s Studio’ was exhibited at The House of Illustration Sept-Nov 2015 and at Institut Francais Nov-Dec 2015

The book Pie & Mash is on sale at The Photographers Gallery, Daunt Books, Waterstones & Royal Institut of British Architects.

Contact:

To talk to Jake about his work, a commission, or anything else please email: studio@jake.green