Gerry Kingsley is a contemporary portrait and commercial photographer living in Northern Ontario, Canada. Since changing careers in 2008, Gerry has become one of the North's most respected photographers. He specializes in dramatic editorial portraiture for commercial and film productions at the local, provincial, national and international level. Gerry also works with artists, authors, politicians, actors, models, industry leaders and public figures for social media, editorial, marketing and advertising projects. 

He also spent 2 years as a staff writer for LA based Retouching Academy - an elite education blog for retouching professionals. There he produced over a dozen articles and guides that are still highly referenced today. He is a former Instructor at Cambrian College, and a current part time Professor at Thorneloe University, teaching photography as part of the Motion Picture Arts Program. 

For more information on his work, to inquire about commissioning a project, or to just say hello, get in touch here.

Gerry Kingsley on set with Director Andrew Hunt shooting portraits for the feature film "Spare Parts".

Studio Nine Eight

Located downtown Sudbury, in century old brownstone re-purposed commercial bakery, Gerry Kingsley is founder and co-owner of Sudbury's most progressive and state of the art commercial photo studio. Working along with his colleague Alex Filion, they have an available 2000sq ft open concept space with bay door access, lounge area, kitchenette, large bathroom / change room. The Nine Eight can accommodate virtually any sized project.

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