Patreon: is a website that lets fans support their favorite creators on the web in exchange for awesome perks, like access to private blogs with all my personal work for your viewing pleasure. I also mail out monthly rewards to my patrons for their support. I love the concept because it allows me to create more art and photographs, more photographs and art that I care about and am excited about. On top of that having an audience for it, which is pretty amazing.
LINK TO BECOME A PATRON: https://www.patreon.com/jpacephotography
Thank you so much, your patronage helps me to keep creating my photographic art freely and helps me to be L I M T L E S S with my creativity for shoots.
Below is the link to the blog for patrons paying 5$ or more that has my FULL archive of photos, over 2,000+ SFW as well as NSFW photos. This blog has all the photos I have shot and will continue to shoot for your viewing pleasure, so long as you are a Patron. Password changed monthly*
Below is the link to the blog for patrons paying 8$, 15$, 25$ or more.
This blog has ALL the SELF portraits that I shoot as well as any MUSING I, J.Pace do for other photographers and artist.
Below is the link to the P R I V A T E videos patrons paying 50$ or more. Videos of models from shoots and Mature BTS video content that I create just for my lovely patrons that support my art monthly.
This is the link to my Youtube Channel
“Create with J.Pace” this is more of a public vlog about me, my thoughts on photography and may have some PG content from shoots, art and photo related tutorials, Shoot set ups ups, down time with models such as eating and traveling.
Below is the link to the FILM blog for patrons paying 100$ or more.
This is a more personal blog full of my film photography which is near and dear to my heart. Film is a dying art and costs a lot to produce. I shoot 35mm and 120mm BW as well as color. I have a Minolta SRT 120 and Mamiya 645 (metal body. )
I like to do my own processing as well as work in the dark room. I want to learn to process color film and really to shoot nothing but film would be ideal.