From my formative days working in a dark room at one end of Carnaby Street to heady days in Sydney working in a large photographic studio I’ve always been at my happiest working in a creative environment.
With my globetrotting days behind me and motherhood stretching way ahead, I picked up my camera once again and began to use the skills learnt many moons ago.
I love my work. Photography is my day job, my pastime, my interest, my means of expression. I studied photography in my teens, in my forties and I continue to update my skills with top photographers in the U.K.
Sharing my skills with my assistants and watching them improve their photography brings me joy.
I take photographs and I make photographs, I enjoy taking part in the Anglesey’s Open Art Studios event, challenging myself to a new project every year.
Lighten up? Okay…
I wish I liked exercise, I used to cook, I reign supreme on the dance floor, I enjoy the world of textiles but a knitting pattern defeats me.
My favourite photographer is Sarah Moon. I enjoy Tarentino, love Instagram (follow me @GillJonesPhoto), the pop of a cork, releasing the shutter and I’m learning to blow my own trumpet.