As a social documentary photographer from Cheltenham, Josh Adam Jones’ practice seeks to communicate stories about often misrepresented places and those who live there. He now works in London, whilst living and studying a part-time MA in Bristol.
Spreading his time between working as a photographic assistant or on commissions, Josh also works on and disseminates self-funded projects through the means of publication. The British Journal of Photography, It’s Nice That and Then There Was Us have provided a continued platform for communicating his stories, both online and in print.
Josh is now making new work whilst on the prolific course at UWE, Bristol with plans to continue XO in the near future.
South West Graduate Photography Prize (Old Truman Brewery (London, 2018)
CLAY, Free Range Shows, Old Truman Brewery (London, 2018)
AOP Student Awards, Wex Photo Video (London, 2018)
Palm* Photo Prize, House of Vans (London, 2018)
Foundation, The Poly (Falmouth, 2018)
Temporary Places Billboard at PeasPark (Belfast, 2018)
Print Swap launch, The Print Space (London, 2017)
Obsessions, UWE (Bristol, 2017)
Collective, co-LAB (Bristol, 2014)
South West Graduate Photography Prize
Old Truman Brewery, London (2018)
South West Graduate Photography Prize - Shortlisted (2018)
Free Range Awards - Special Mention (2018)
AOP Student Awards - Finalist (2018)
RPS International Photography Exhibition 161 - Shortlisted (2018)
TEDx Bristol, Pass the Keys, Bristol Live Magazine, Amschela, Bristol & Somerset Police, South Gloucestershire & Stroud College, Pinch Co, The Students' Union at UWE, John Anthony, Scrumptious Wild Cider