Latest images from Jonathan Glynn-Smith for Hong Kong luxury property developer, Sino Land’s newest residential development, 133 Portofino, nestled in the coastal peninsula of Sai Kung.


Posted on Mar 6, 2020 in Advertising, Fashion, Film, Jonathan Glynn-Smith | No Comments

Amidst the breathtaking surrounds of the Tulchan Estate in Speyside Jonathan Glynn-Smith directs his second campaign film for fashion designer Anna Mason.


Posted on Mar 4, 2020 in Campaigns, Film, Jonathan Glynn-Smith | No Comments

Jonathan Glynn-Smith directs the latest film for Hong Kong luxury property developer, Sino Land’s latest residential offer, 133 Portofino, nestled in the coastal peninsula of Sai Kung.



With the Scottish Highlands as a backdrop, Jonathan Glynn-Smith directs the latest campaign film for fashion designer Anna Mason.



100 Sydney Street is a modern luxury redevelopment of a substantial property in the London district of Chelsea.

Turning Heads is a photography exhibition by Jonathan Glynn-Smith inspired by the freedom of living for which Chelsea in London became a symbol in the 1970s. The portrait series is currently on display at 100 Sydney Street to mark the completion of the sought after redevelopment.


Posted on Nov 18, 2017 in Campaigns, Film, Hotels, Jonathan Glynn-Smith | No Comments

Slip away to a lush, secluded Thai hideaway. One of the most highly anticipated luxury hotels to open in Phuket, Rosewood Phuket.

Fast Management’s Jonathan Glynn-Smith together with award winning branding agency Yang Rutherford worked on the film and campaign to launch Rosewood’s first Asia resort.




Posted on Oct 5, 2016 in Fast Management, Jonathan Glynn-Smith, News | No Comments

We are delighted to welcome Jonathan Glynn-Smith, our latest artist, to Fast Management.

Jonathan Glynn-Smith’s photography has spearheaded advertising campaigns, books and exhibitions for some of the worlds leading blue chip clients. His evocative and timeless images have inspired magazine editors, luxury brands and his viewers for nearly two decades.

Uninhibited, but with a unique clarity of vision, he brings a wealth of personal experience and reference to his pictures.

“My lens is a two way tool – the superficial image on one side and my own instinctive need for authenticity on the other”.

Behind the sheer beauty of his images, there is a cerebral layer of personal experience which informs all he does. As one onlooker commented after seeing his Paris “Winds and Sails” exhibition for Louis Vuitton – “You know that this man has sailed the worlds toughest seas – no one else could produce pictures of this calibre.”

From Vogue covers to Bentley adverts – it’s more than just the photograph.

Jonathan Glynn-Smith infuses his work with his own lust for life.