Jack Simpson – Professional Headshot Portrait, Commercial and Event Photographer
Jack Simpson is a professional headshot, portrait, commercial, and event photographer located in Napa Valley. His extensive client list allows him to elevate their brand with powerful visual content.
Simpson made only occasional appearances for Rangers this season and it seems likely that he will be allowed to leave Ibrox this summer – an action which would save money as an expendable player such as himself would no doubt save Rangers money in salary costs.
Early Life and Education
Jack Simpson Gymnasium has long been an institution in Calgary, hosting not only University of Calgary convocation ceremonies but also high school graduations, trade shows and retirement celebrations – it even hosted former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev!
Jack still lives with his family at age 90 and enjoys teaching Media Immersion classes year-round. A loyal San Francisco Giants fan, he enjoys a good glass of wine in his free time.
Mr. Simpson soon becomes suspicious when Paige and Matt attempt to hide their relationship from Mr. Simpson in class, becoming suspicious himself of them both and monitoring their activities until eventually confronting them later on. He requests they make promises not to engage in sexual acts outside school grounds but this proves difficult for them both – Paige eventually decides to open up to him anyways.
Jack is a professional headshot portrait, commercial and event photographer serving Napa Valley and the greater Bay Area in California. He has worked closely with brands, corporations, organizations media outlets and businesses of all kinds to bring their ideas to life in visually captivating visual content.
Joining AFC Bournemouth’s academy in 2005 and signing his first professional contract when aged 12, he spent some time on loan to non-league club AFC Totton before making his first team debut for AFC Bournemouth against Middlesbrough in an EFL Cup match in 2017.
In 2022/23, he made 17 appearances for Cardiff City and played 975 minutes across Championship games. A strong aerial presence who doesn’t back away from taking risks, he must work on improving his positioning and situational awareness in order to be truly effective.
Achievement and Honors
The Jack Simpson Gymnasium has long been a beloved feature of Calgary life, not only as a sports arena. The venue regularly plays host to UCalgary convocation ceremonies, high school graduations and trade shows – even hosting the 1989 men’s volleyball championship that was broadcast coast-to-coast!
Professional engineer John Simpson is best known for designing, patenting and implementing designs (scAURTM) that prevent bridge scour, one of the main causes of bridge failure over water. For his efforts he received the KSLA 2020 Provider Member Lifetime Achievement award.
Simpson also holds the record for most career rushing yards for ruckmen with 3,500. Additionally, he won six games with Essendon during 1949-1951 and was inducted into their Hall of Fame.
Jack Simpson was an enthusiastic sports fan who loved watching the San Francisco Giants play. In addition, he enjoyed knitting and caring for his Bonsai trees as well as laughing heartily over a glass of wine with Carole, their two sons (Corey Kondas and Dan Simpson) as well as two daughters – Juli Inkster and Sarah Simpson, their grandchildren and great grandchildren. He leaves his legacy with these loved ones: wife Carole; sons (Corey Kondas and Dan Simpson), granddaughters and great granddaughters who will miss him dearly when he passes.
Jack was an avid admirer of jazz music and its pioneers: Coleman Hawkins, Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie and Ira Sullivan were his favorite trumpeters. As part of volunteering with Space Coast Jazz Society he helped organize annual concerts to benefit his community as well as being one of its founding donors for UCalgary’s Simpson Gymnasium construction project.
Simpson is a highly successful real estate investor. His investments include numerous luxury homes and resorts that have provided substantial returns.
He is also a popular TikTok content creator, creating videos in which he tours random people’s houses both short and long format. With millions of followers on TikTok and entertaining content to boot, his content has made quite an impressionful mark in its time.
Rangers’ Old Firm matches this season saw him feature prominently, helping them secure four wins over Celtic. A consistent performer for five years at the club he currently earns around PS21,000 per week and his contract runs until 2023 with an estimated net worth estimated at $5 Million.