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Chris Jones

I am a graphic designer, artist and photographer living in the beautiful seaside town of Ventnor on the Isle of Wight. Lucy and I were married in 2018, and have been working together for longer. My personal photographic work has been internationally published and I have exhibited my work widely, including two solo exhibitions at Quay Arts and Dimbola Lodge.

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Lead singer of Bugeye performing at Kashmir Cafe on the Isle of Wight

Kashmir Café 2021

The Isle of Wight Festival returned in September 2021 following a one year break. With 2020 being the year of strange global pandemics, the festival unsurprisingly cancelled and many of us wistfully looked forward to a time when things may start to resemble ‘normality’ again.

Marquee at Ventnor Fringe Festival 2021

Ventnor Fringe Festival 2021

Ventnor Fringe Festival 2021 made a triumphant return following 2020’s lockdown-infused-hiatus.  Entertaining all with a solid ensemble of theatre, spoken word, music, poetry and circus antics, the Fringe team lit up the town of Ventnor (our hometown) with gusto.

Rishikesh, Himalayan sunrise

Rishikesh (ii)

It was easy to see why the culture adored the Ganges River, its meandering presence weaved through the mountains cold and energising, full of spirit and ancient wisdom. It is said one dip in the river can clean you of all worldly sin. However, we only managed a foot or two – It was pretty cold!

Ranthambore, India


After our frankly mind-blowing visit to the city of Jaipur, we hopped onto the train for the second phase of our journey. Destination: Ranthambhore National Park.

Photograph of our styled photoshoot at Afton Apple Orchard

Afton Apple Orchard

Having thoroughly enjoyed the synergy of working with Elly at Botanical Vintage, we were excited to be booked again for another styled shoot to accompany our previous shoot at Northcourt Manor the previous autumn.

Photographs of Puckaster Fire

Puckaster Fire

One of the most enduring memories of that night was being driven back to Niton. As dusk fell, the sky was deep, red and orange with flames and smoke. It was the most surreal and heartbreaking of experiences. My heart was in my mouth – it was really difficult to get a grip on what was happening.



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