New York Scenes 2012-2015
By Adrian WM Jones
A continuation of the 2010 Collection, this set of images focus on the more touristic areas of New York City.
From Little Italy, Brooklyn Bridge and over to Coney Island, the characters and city combine to tell their story.
Less romantic and more narrative driven these photographs bring New York Scenes into a more personal arena.
New York Scenes 2010-2011
By Adrian WM Jones
A vintage romance shot on 1970's 35mm rangefinder cameras and processed at CVS pharmacies for a bygone era look.
This small collection of photographs attempts to capture the fairy tales which prove that falling in love with New York City is not just something that happens in the movies.
Made to look like scenes from a late 70's early 80's movie, New York Scenes fuses the two mediums to capture real life movie snapshots in 2010.
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My documentary photography work celebrates ordinary everyday life, seeking out the memorable and forgettable with an equal passion. Much of my work has focused on aspects of everyday life in in England, Spain, South Africa and the USA with ten projects over the last seventeen years.
As an architectural photographer I aim to create images which are something more than singular structural depictions. I search for narratives and exploit them, fusing documentary and architectural lines with refined lighting techiniqes (where necessary) to create a collection of images with a common thread. Navigated by story, mood and structure I capture the work of the architect to deliver representations of buildings which are more than an assembly of light and shape.
Adrian Jones is a Connecticut based architectural photographer and documentary photographer. With over 20 years in the field he has worked in many areas of the film and photography industry and now uses his vast experience to focus on photographing architecture for architects and personal documentary projects.
I grew up just outside London, then wandered much of the world spending several years in West Ireland, Madrid and 11 years commuting between NYC New York and Cape Town South Africa. I now live with my family in Connecticut USA but still consider NYC, New York, Boston and the rest of the world local for work :)I am flexible, fun and easy to work with, my work has been published in Conde Naste, House & Garden, Habitat, ABC El Semanal, The Cape Times, TimeOut London and more. I encourage potential clients to get in touch to openly discuss and explore the possibilities for their project without commitments in order to offer the best solutions for their budgets.