Tag: Pete Brook

Hurricane sweeping away old landscapes

  This was the piece Jonathan was asked to write for the “Photography as Art” special supplement published¬†for The Times newspaper last week. It was lovely working with the supplement’s editor Sue Steward and many thanks for helping to condense it down into something that is hopefully interesting and informative. “Over the last few years, a hurricane has swept through… Read more →

Breaking the mould of Photography Education

“There are times when a cool breeze runs through a landscape and other times when a hurricane sweeps through destroying all before it, laying bare all without strong foundations. That hurricane creates a new landscape and new opportunities to build a fresh with new materials, new ideas and concepts. The last few years have seen just such a hurricane drive… Read more →

Free Online Class Shakes Up Photo Education

On the ground floor of a converted, Victorian-era cinema in Coventry, England, Jonathan Worth delivers a world-class photography lecture anyone can attend at any time, from anywhere, for free. The green-tiled building stands on an otherwise typical city center street. From here, alongside teaching assistant Matt Johnston and boss Jonathan Shaw, they coral 28 attending students in addition to the… Read more →