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British sense of humour

I had the pleasure to stay for a few days in London recently. While spending some time with my Londoner family, their typical sense of humour reminded of Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr’s “Only in England” exhibition. 126 more words


Research - Street Photography

I’ve always had slight reservations about street photography, mainly because I would always want to use a decent camera, so would need to take my Nikon D800 out with me, but then that stands out like a sore thumb, making subtle shooting difficult and as a single female, it makes me feel a bit nervous about getting my kit nicked!   581 more words


In the Frame: Tony Ray Jones

As you wouldn’t guess from the picture above, we’re currently in Madagascar. But although I’m taking quite a few photos, I haven’t got my laptop, so for the moment they’re staying in the camera. 190 more words


Context and Narrative - Introduction

This is my first posting as part of the ‘Open College of the Arts’, ‘Context and Narrative’ level one course, which covers the following subject areas: 1,513 more words

Research & Reflection

Tony Ray Jones (1941 – 1972)

Born 1941, educated in London but also Yale he was greatly influenced by American street photographers and brought back a new style of photography to the UK, not copying the American way but adding a British touch to it, unseen before him. 138 more words


Only England Photography Exhibition - Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/walker/exhibitions/only-in-england/ (Accessed 7/5/2015)

‘Only in England’ explores the lasting influence of the British photographer Tony Ray-Jones on the development of British photography from the 1970s to the present day. 258 more words


Only in England

Only in England – Photographs by Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr, curated by Martin Parr, by Tony Cearns.

“Only in England”, the exhibition of Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr photographs at the  566 more words