About Us

Working Together

Lucy Boynton Photography consists of a husband and wife team with a passion for capturing moments.  Although we entered photography through entirely different reasons, we learned our styles are complementary, and we were able to learn from one another.

We have worked in various photographic capacities as a team, including events, weddings and commercial ventures.  You can find a bit more about us individually below.

We live and work in Ventnor on the Isle of Wight.  Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

Working Together

Lucy Boynton Photography consists of a husband and wife team with a passion for capturing moments.  Although we entered photography through entirely different reasons, we learned our styles are complementary, and we were able to learn from one another.

We have worked in various photographic capacities as a team, including events, weddings and commercial ventures.  You can find a bit more about us individually below.

We live and work in Ventnor on the Isle of Wight.  Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

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Photo by Julian Winslow
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Lucy Boynton-Jones

Lucy founded Lucy Boynton Photography in 2013 having earned her stripes photographing music festivals, notably Bestival and Kashmir Café at The Isle of Wight Festival.  Here, she developed her signature style for capturing magical moments as they happen.  Lucy’s work has been published in many magazines, as well as featuring in two exhibitions celebrating her contributions to festival photography on the Isle of Wight.

Recently, Lucy turned her eye toward photographing weddings and found the reportage style learned through festivals was an ideal match for capturing the pace and romance of a couples’ big day.

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Chris Jones

Chris’ early photographic work was art based, slightly surreal and almost always, featured no people whatsoever.  His fascination for the medium was the eternal question, ‘how can I capture how this place feels?’.

His work has been published internationally, as well as featuring in numerous group exhibitions across the UK.  He has held two well-received solo exhibitions at art venues on the Isle of Wight.  

Chris also works as a freelance graphic designer.