For the last five years, there’s barely been a day when Jon hasn’t taken his camera out into the world, intrigued by relationships between people and place…
By what happens in the sidelines. Between light and shadow. In black and white.
“I’ve found that whilst photographing freely, the work shapes itself,” he says of his daily habit, “over time, photographs begin to form sets. Patterns start appearing.”
The photos are taken on a small 35mm Leica, loaded with Kodak Tri-X film. They’re processed by hand in Jon’s kitchen, and printed traditionally in a darkroom.
Jon is working on new prints for upcoming exhibitions, and a new photobook, Twenty-seven Photographs.
Find more photographs on his website.
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