THE GREAT THAT'S INCREDIBLE PHOTOGRAPHER--JEFFERY R. WERNER
Adventurer & photojournalist Jeffery R. Werner not only will travel anywhere on the planet for the perfect photo story, he’ll stay there to find others as well as keep a close (camera) eye on the evolution of the subject for years to come.
As owner of Incredible Features Inc. an exclusive international stock and photo-assignment agency based in Los Angeles, Werner syndicates to magazine and publishing markets in more than 25 countries, specializing in human interest, stunts, action, animals, business, people, celebrities, at-home shoots, sports, medicine, science, show business, location and on-set movie stills, technology and, the bizarre and unusual.
His more than three-decade career includes has taken him to 60 countries and including an photo-expose on the search for a cure to the lethal Marlburg Virus by extracting serum from dangerous Komodo Dragons in Indonesia, and then to Russia for the research in the remote Vector lab, a treacherous trek through Amazonian jungles to break bread with the homicidal and hermitic Mayoruna Indian tribe, the world’s most pierced woman in Scotland, a healthy woman whose body is only half in the US Northwest, hanging out with late legend Evel Knievel, plus stuntmen and daredevils in Australia and with TV star Rex Linn on the set of CSI Miami – from shooting the luxurious Las Vegas home of magicians Siegfried and Roy to the transformative beauty of Vegas’ first Transsexual Beauty Contest.

Avidly interested in how people work to make the world better, Werner has photographed the flying hospital in Kazakhstan and traveled with expeditionary biologist Terry Fredeking extracting live saving agents from natures’ pharmacopeia.

Called the “Incredible but True Photographer” in a 16-page portfolio of his work in French Photo, and “Davinci of Daredevil Photography” by the Adventurers TV Show, Werner’s work has appeared in People, Newsweek, Time, Life, Maxim, National Geographic Work, Smithsonian, GQ, Psychology Today, London Sunday Times Magazine, Hello!, Paris Match, German Max, Stern, In Touch, the Daily Mail, Penthouse, and many others worldwide.

Werner’s extensive experience makes him as comfortable shooting 12-camera remote-controlled stunt photography for production companies as he is setting up lights in celebrity homes, features, news and video stories for the web or print.

Incredible Features offers a unique collection of still images for editorial and commercial usages, plus the capability of multiple-capacity assignment work in both film and digital 35 mm photography