Immersion Imagery was founded in 2002 by Australian born Richard Jones while working in London as a photographer.
Spending the next 2 years in the UK Richard freelanced for a variety of production companies specialised in iPIX Virtual Tour Photographer developed by NASA that had him traveling around the UK taking iPIX 360' immersive photography of everything form top end restaurants to some of the largest football stadiums and theatres in the country.
Returning to Australia Richard & his brother Andrew completed a diploma in Screen and worked on and directed over 25 shorts during which both jumped at the opportunity to work on the local feature 'Wish Bone' shot in the Southern Highlands directed by Dave Letch.
Soon after the completion of 'Wishbone' Richard was involved in another local production 'The Girl Who Lived' based on the acclaimed play directed by Adam Laughlin shot in Wollongong. Assigned the job of Directors of photography with his brother Andrew, the brothers expanded on the scope and looks that can be achieved with the then new 2/3"rd chip HD with outstanding results.
Soon after the completion of 'The Girl Who Lived' Richard was assigned director of photography on the historical documentary drams 'The First War of the West' directed by Stan Kapinski.
As the production company grew Richard partnered up with Sharon Lewis of Kontrol Productions. Sharon a well know lighting designer & operator with over 15years experience has been the lighting operator for national & internationally recognised bands and has extensive experience in the film & theatre industries.
If the crew of Immersion Imagery are not found producing, directing or behind HD cameras on a Music Video, Film, TV Pilot or Corporate Productions they are out shooting HDR, Macro / Micro & Astrophotography.
Their skills in photography have been internationally recognised with Richard accepting the International Society of Photographers award from Los Vegas in 2006.
The team also has scores of awards in local, national and international photographic competitions, film competitions and often exhibit photography locally and nationally.
Known for their friendly and collaborative approach Immersion Imagery thrives on new projects, innovation and quality results.
If you have a project big or small please do not hesitate to talk to one of the team.