Lead Photographer & Writer

About Jon Frederick Lead Photographer

Hi, my name is Jon Frederick, and I am the lead photographer, Christian inspiration and photography blogger, and published co-author of Immersion-An Inspirational Christian Photography Collection. I cannot remember when I fell in love with photography, I just cannot remember a time I didn’t have a camera in my hands. I’ve spent most of my life traveling around the world with a camera and a journal and worked professionally on both sides of the camera; but I am most comfortable behind the lens creating conceptual art. Being a lead photographer for Seven11 is my absolute passion!

Before Seven11, I was a multi-internationally published freelance photographer, where I gained experience in dozens of fields and specialties before finding my true passion in making faith-inspired artwork. But God is the artist, I only capture His masterpieces. I take great pride in all the work I have done over the years. At one time, I thought nothing would top that feeling of seeing my artwork hanging on a gallery wall. Since those days my work has exhibited in major cities across six continents. But nothing compares to capturing an image that brings someone closer to God. I know this is what I am meant to do.

Read Jon’s Salvation Story: Seeing Life Through a New Lens

Jon’s work is also available on Instagram!

Personal Life

I attended the University of Alabama for 2 years before putting school on hold (too much fun, not enough studying) to join the US Navy and float around the world. After my tour of duty, I returned home to Huntsville, AL where I completed my degree in Experimental Psychology at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, but more importantly, met my beautiful wife, Kathleen.

Together, we are taking life moment-by-moment with our two sons, JP and Charlie. We live in Newnan, GA and couldn’t be happier with how God has blessed us. And for that reason, I turned from the path photography was leading me and gave it to God to use for his plans; I’ve never looked back.

Reach out, I would love to hear from you!

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