Recent personal projects, commissions & behind the scenes.
Powerful storytelling is essential to encouraging support, recognition and ultimately action.
In order to inspire others, you must first tell an inspiring story.
Matt Porteous spent time with The Duchess of Cambridge will unveil her ‘Back to Nature’ garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower show, aiming to encourage more children to spend time outdoors.
Featuring William, Kate, George, Charlotte and Louis. “It was an honour to be asked to photograph The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their family at Anmer Hall. Capturing the fun and relaxed moments between such a wonderful family was a true privilege.”
It’s not everyday we’re commissioned on a medical shoot, and it’s certainly not everyday it’s an underwater medical shoot. But then again, nothing really surprises us when it comes to shooting with Getty Images.
Positive coaching between parent/mentor and child. Rather than focusing on the game itself. Capture the moments between the coach and child before, after and during the training
Repetitive point and shoot, that is how we were beginning to feel after years of shooting with Canon, which although are great cameras and cameras we continue to use in certain situations. We felt that we had become automated in our approach to visual story telling, something had to change.
Matt Porteous, the man behind the lens of Prince Louis’ candid christening shot captures Prince George’s fifth birthday.
I've always had a fascination with our world below the breaking waves. To me, it symbolizes the world that we live in today, the calm before every storm, the beauty, and the chaos. The reefs that survive and many that have gone, fish numbers are down in oceans, where others they thrive. We live in a beautiful world but we must search further to find it and work harder to protect it.
Matt Porteous revealed as Royal Photographer
Jersey based photographer Matt Porteous has been revealed as the official photographer selected by The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to photograph Prince George to mark his third birthday.
"Animals have come to mean so much in our lives. We live in a fragmented and disconnected culture. Politics are ugly, religion is struggling, technology is stressful, and the economy is unfortunate. What's one thing that we have in our lives that we can depend on? A dog or a cat loving us unconditionally, every day, very faithfully."