Ben Clement is a photographer, creative director and editor. Originally hailing from Gisborne, New Zealand an isolated surf town on the North Islands east coast.
Having worked across the globe in London, New York, Los Angeles, Tokyo and beyond, Ben continues to forge his style and strives to push the envelope as a practicing photo-artist and image maker.
Collaborating heavily with the likes of Nike, Converse, Puma, IPF, Visa, Vice Magazine amongst others, Ben believes in using life experience and unique perspectives to grow and maintain genuine relationships with each brand and client.
In 2014 with a small team who were born out of IPF (The Independent Photography Festival) Ben co-founded the creative journal - Good Sport. A publication that seeks to reinvent the sporting magazine by pushing imagery and stories for a new, engaged and creative audience.
It’s a fresh take on sporting culture and journalism from a community of sports fans, not sports heads. Bridging the gap between, performance, lifestyle, Innovation, professional athletes(teams) & grass-roots all on a global scale.
The publication was received extremely well worldwide, with the first issue selling out within months and also collaborating with the likes of Puma, Nike, The Athletic and Ebbets Vintage.
Also launching in 2016 after working on the project for two years. Ben teamed up with long-time collaborators - Long Prawn and Tristan Ceddia to create a new form of cookbook named - Fat Brad.
With a continuing high regard for printed matter, Clement shoots for a range of publications globally and continues to self-publish and exhibit personal projects.
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