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Photographing people is my favourite thing to do, especially when they’re doing the thing they love. I’ve been fortunate enough to have photographed many artists, authors, potters and musicians. I’ve shot for book jackets, album covers, art catalogues and had a book of portraits and studio shots of ceramic artists published by A&C Black. I’ve […]
If you have something that needs photographing, want to use one of my photos or just want to say hi please fill out the form or call me on +44 (0)1572 821424.
In 1999 I recorded my first album as a singer/songwriter and guitarist. A mellow affair with guitars, double bass, piano, drums, string quartet and woodwind. The first song on the album, Untie my Tongue, has been used as the theme tune for Writer’s Cafe. You can find the album on iTunes or contact me for […]
From the Blog
So sad to hear the news that the great slipware potter Geoff Fuller has died. He was a one off. I had a great time photographing him and his work and use his pots everyday. He gave me a 2 litre bottle of home brewed ale from his pub, Three Stags’ Heads, ‘for the drive […]
So sad to hear the news today that Mel Gooding, writer, critic and art historian has died. I have worked with Mel often over the years and interviewed him about some of the artists that we show at the gallery. He was fearless when talking about art and I learnt and saw something new every […]
What People Say
As we visit each potter in turn, we get a sense of entering a mysterious, private domain. Each one however, reveals the skirmish of creation. Highly recommended.- Craftsman Magazine – Angie Boyer
The immense visual pleasure of the book lies in the delightful, intimate portraits of potters at work: a laughing Gordon Baldwin, dressed in black and white in largely white surroundings, producing monochrome work: a merrily barefoot Jennifer Lee; Daniel Fisher pulling a face as he concentrates… The photographer, Jay Goldmark, has caught the potters in shots both informal and highly focused – a happy mix.- Galleries Magazine – SD
Jay Goldmark’s photographs in this book must be lauded. I have seen him at work and can report that he is the least invasive of photographers: discreet, opportunist and eagle-eyed… a good looking book with substance, honesty and surprise.- Annabel Freyberg, Fine Arts Editor