Fujifilm X-photographer, Jose Jeuland is a full-time photographer and previously a professional endurance athlete. Starting his career as a professional triathlete at the age of 25, Jose has been competing with other professional endurance athletes in the international platform for over 15 years. A man with an achievement streak and a globe-trotter in his own unique way, Jose has traversed through various countries, chasing after his passions.

From the sprawling green fields of his native Brittany to the dense snarl of Colombo’s back alleys, Jose’s trips are never complete without his trusted camera as his companion.

Storytelling – an innate ability that Jose possesses – walks his audience through his travel journeys via photographs, each frame telling an intricate story of their own. A firm believer of hard work through dedication, Jose approaches his passion for photography with the same grit – capturing life’s fleeting moments and expressions through the lens of perseverance.

Jose also finds happiness in backpacking and exploring the unknown facades of new cities with his camera and connecting with the locals to document different ways of living that reflects a divergence of cultures and wildlife.

Jose is currently working to produce his second photography exhibition in April 2019 titled “Longevity Okinawa”, at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore. His previous photography exhibition titled “Haenyeo” was a huge success with up to $500,000 worth of media coverage in Singapore.

With avid art collectors in mind, he will also be releasing for sale limited edition print art with numbered certificates.

Jose is a French National, based in Singapore, and is happily married to a Singaporean wife.

Charity Partnership

It is been two years that Jose is sponsoring UNITED NATION WOMEN SINGAPORE by offering Fine Art Prints for their annual action. In additional, the latest Jose’s Photography Exhibition HAENYEO was also supporting UN Women.

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