Jerome Whittingham – photographer, writer, podcaster

Back to Bransholme 2019
The audience enthralled by Lost in Translation Circus at Back to Bransholme, produced by Back to Ours, 2019. Photo: Jerome Whittingham @photomoments

Jerome Whittingham is a professional freelance photographer, writer, podcaster, and digital media producer.

He is commissioned to report on the work of a wide range of enterprises and organisations.

Jerome understands how frustrating it can be to put together the ideal communications team – finding a writer, sourcing a photographer, choosing an interviewer. With over 30 years of professional media experience, Jerome may be all the comms ‘team’ you need.


Documentary and editorial photography, editorial portraits, photo essays, for web content, print publications, and exhibition.


Podcast interviews and panel discussions, audio documentary, oral history, and audio drama production. Recording via the internet and on location. Podcasting and community radio production.


News and features, interviews and profiles, press releases and social media content. Copywriting and content writing. Content marketing.

MoJo Mobile Journalism

Short-form GoPro and smartphone web video production. Social media reporting and content production.

Expertise and experience

Jerome has a wide interest in enterprise, social issues, culture, the environment, and the arts. He regularly reports on topics including: business, social enterprise, the third sector, community development, environmental issues, nature and conservation, food sustainability, and arts development and production.

Jerome’s work regularly appears on websites, in print, as exhibitions, and in various podcast formats.

Stoke-on-Trent, North Staffordshire, is Jerome’s current base, with easy access to the Midlands, the North West, and London.

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UK Strike 4 Climate
Strike 4 Climate, Hull. Activists staged a mass ‘die-in’ at the end of their rally, to illustrate their message that without immediate action on climate change humanity itself is in danger. Photo: Jerome Whittingham.