Justin Cox is a Fine Art and Commercial photographer who once high fived a slightly intoxicated Terry Bradshaw and awkwardly hugged Joe Montana during a shoot for Pepsi at the Super Bowl in Minneapolis.
Back in his idealistic younger days when he didnât like money, Justin wrote more than 5000 published articles as a daily newspaper reporter covering politics and felony courts in Texas, Mississippi and Minnesota.
Today Justin makes his living entirely on his photography business of 8 years, and his artwork has been recognized for exhibition by curators throughout the country, from Seattle to Houston, Chicago, Kansas City, and St. Louis.
His National Corporate clients include National Geographic Books, Amazon, Pepsi, Boston Scientific, Weight Watchers, Highquest Partners, Land OâLakes, the Spina Bifida Association, and Radisson Hotels. Justin serves on the Board of Directors of the North Hennepin Chamber of Commerce, and serves as a BNI MN Director/Consultant for 4 area chapters.
Justin owns a home in the west Twin Cities suburb of Medina where he lives with his high maintenance cat, Julius.
Visit www.jcoxphotography.com for examples of my corporate event work, including photos from high profile theaters, his National Corporate clients include National Geographic Books, Amazon, Pepsi, Boston Scientific, Weight Watchers, Highquest Partners, Land OâLakes, the Spina Bifida Association, and Radisson Hotels.
Web developers, CEOs or biz owners rebranding and relaunching, & event planners; Marketing directors of downtown Minneapolis and St Paul firms, web developers and owners of mid-size manufacturing companies that specialize in fabricating high tolerance parts from aluminum, steel and advanced polymers.
Corporate clients in the Minneapolis/St Paul area who are seeking a clean, professional and impactful visual presence online to swiftly and effectively communicate its identity with its target audience. Those seeking to rebrand or launch a new website and marketing materials would benefit most from an updated, professional library.