“Jamie Soja produces quality work whether photographing rock shows at the Fillmore or corporate events at the Nob Hill Masonic Center. His ability to accommodate our unusual schedule or last minute bookings, make Jamie our go to for a photographer.”
“Jamie Soja is an exceptionally versatile photographer. I hired him to shoot stills on our television production set as we had some high-profile talent and needed quality shots to promote Mythbusters. He is professional, easy to work with, had excellent instincts on set, with great communication and timeliness throughout the process from bid to final delivery. I will continue to recommend him to anyone seeking a photographer.”
"Jamie Soja's photography is sick. I feel he has been able to capture the essence of who I am visually in performance shots since I started my career."
“Jamie Soja is an amazing storyteller. In the past three years, he has photographed more than 150 concerts for Moonalice, documenting the band, its fans, the venues, and the stories they tell. Jamie has a unique photographic “voice” that has enriched the Moonalice scene and enabled fans to experience more dimensions of fun.”
"Jamie is one of the easiest, most natural, comfortable photographers I have worked with. The images he comes up with reflect that ease and comfort, and feel real and immediate. The effect is personable - exactly what I want in a head shot."
"I have worked with Jamie on a bunch of projects over the last few years. We've shot everything from band portraits to food and I have been very impressed with the images he has created. Work with Jamie once and you'll see that he has a real passion and talent for his work. Not to mention he's a really nice guy."
“Smith College (Northampton, MA) hired Jamie to photograph an evening welcome reception for our new president held at the San Francisco Jazz Center and attended by over 200 alums living in the area. He totally captured the high spirits of the event and then made the images available the next day! Very impressive!”
"Jamie Soja has the eye of an artist and of the artist. By that I mean his photography understands and expresses the art he is documenting. His work on Sweet Gratitude, A New World of Raw Desserts, captures the essence and spirit of our avant-garde desserts and the chefs who created them."