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Tony Ray Jones Notes

At the National Media Museum in Bradford, I was intrigued by this original note of Tony Ray Jones at the exhibition. Notes that Tony Ray Jones used to make preparing for his shoot beforehand presuming in the early days of his career! 59 more words

Only in England - Photographs by Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr

On Saturday, I attended the OCA’s study visit to the National Media Museum to see two exhibitions. The first was the Tony Ray-Jones/Martin Parr combination, Only in England.

Study Visit

The Genius of Photography – Episode 4 – ‘Paper Movies’ (study direct video)

Episode 4 of the ‘Genius of Photography’ explores the golden age of photographic ‘journeys’ and relives some of the best photographers of that era. It also looks at the artistic credibility of colour for serious photographers. 123 more words


Assignment 2 Tutor Feedback and Reflection

I have received my tutor’s feedback on assignment 2. It is included below along with my comments, reactions and reflections. The assignment was submitted on 14th February and the feedback was received back on the 2nd April. 2,241 more words

Research And Reflection

Photographs by Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr - Bradford Media Museum

Galleries One and Two: 28 March – 29 June 2014

Only in England: Photographs by Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr examines the close relationship between the work of these two important photographers and their fascination with the English. 105 more words


Will you be on our walls when Only in England opens here on Friday?

Between 1966 and 1969, Tony Ray-Jones photographed at many hundreds of locations and events, and thousands of people appear in his photographs.

Because Ray-Jones was photographing in a way that was dependent on his invisibility in his surroundings, he met very few of his subjects and certainly didn’t take records of their names. 234 more words


A photo a day – Spring colour

I love moments like this: the dark rain clouds haven’t given way yet and the strong Spring sunshine holds sway. Thoughts of winter are receding and plans for the coming summer are to the fore. 61 more words