British, Born 1978.

Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY

Jonathan spent the early years of his career assisting and printing for renowned photographer Joel Meyerowitz, and has had solo exhibtions both in the United States and Internationally. His work consists of large scale, highly nuanced color photographs of the stark natural beauty and inherent impermanence of landscapes.

He has been the recipient of a number of awards for his work including The Hearst Biennial Award, The Magenta Foundation Award, the PDN Annual Awards and the Photography Book Now Blurb award.

His work has appeared in numerous magazines including The Smithsonian, The Royal Photographic Society, PDN and Art and Architecture.

He received his B.A at the University for Creative Arts in Canterbury U.K and a diploma in Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism at the International Center for Photography in New York. He maintains a studio in Brooklyn.


For all inquiries, including studio visits to view specific works as well as private commissions and quotes, please contact the studio directly:

tel : 646 331 3582


Outside NYC work can also be seen at these galleries:

Simon Brietbard Fine Arts | San Fransisco

Ille Arts | Amagansett

Madison Gallery | La Jolla



2017 “Waterforms”, The Curator Gallery, NY
2016 “Streams/Glaciers”, Ille Arts, Amagansett, NY
2015 “Streams”, Nunc Contemporary, Antwerp
2015 “Streams”, East Central College Gallery, Union, MO
2014 “Streams”, Curated by 3walls,The Curator Gallery, NY
2013 “Landscapes: Parallel and Visual Journals”, Ille Arts, Amagansett, NY,
2011 “Untold Stories”, Hearst Gallery at Hearst Tower, NY
2010 “Untold Stories”, Rick Wester Fine Art, NY
2005 “The Bridge Project”, The International Center for Tolerance Education, NY


2018 "Streams/Falls" Putnam & Mason, Greenwich CT
2018 "Tirreno" Elizabeth Dow Gallery, Amagansett, NY
2016 “Waterways IV”, Heather Gaudio Fine Art, New Canaan, CT,
2016 “Artists of the Year, 2015 Greatest Hits”, The Curator Gallery, NY
2015 “And Everything In Between”, DZINE Gallery, SF
2014 “Artists of the Year, 2014 Greatest Hits”, The Curator Gallery, NY
2014 “Observing Connections” CVA Gallery, Brookdale College, NJ
2014 “Away We Go”, Emerging Brooklyn Artists",The Curator Gallery, NY
2012 Annual Holiday Salon Exhibition, Ille Art, Amagansett, NY
2012 “3walls”, Three person Exhibition, Brooklyn, NY
2011 “Hail traveller! Rick Wester Fine Art, NY
2008 “The Altered Landscape”, Newspace Center for Photography, Portland, OR


2018 ICFF, NY
2018 Art on Paper, NY
2017 AIPAD, NY
2015 Art 021, Shanghai
2015 Pan Amsterdam
2014 Scope, Miami
2013 AIPAD, NY
2013 Fotofever Fair, Brussels
2013 Art Market Texas
2013 Art Market Hamptons
2012 AIPAD, NY
2011 Governors Island Art Fair, NY
2011 AIPAD, NY
2010 Governors Island Art Fair, NY


2016 Herhúsid, Art Residency, Iceland
2014 Herhúsid, Art Residency, Iceland
2013 Herhúsid, Art Residency, Iceland
2011 Hearst 8x10 Photography Biennial, “Untold Stories”
2010 The Magenta Foundation, Flash Forward competition, Winner, “Untold Stories”
2010 PDN annual Awards, Winner, Personal category, “Untold Stories”
2009 Sony Photography Awards, Shortlisted, “East/West”
2009 Santa Fe Prize for Photography, Nominated, “The Bridge Project”
2008 Photography Book Now, Blurb, Category Winner, “The Bridge Project”
2008 The Magenta Foundation, Flash Forward, Winner, “Night and The City”
2006 PDN 30, Winner, “The Bridge Project”
2004 The Design Trust for Public Space, Photography Fellowship, “The Bridge Project”


Aperture, Hewlett Packard, Random House, None Such records, The Metropolitan Mu- seum, The Museum of the City of New York, Smithsonian Magazine, Metropolis Maga- zine, View Magazine, PDN, Art and Architecture, The Design Trust for Public space, Taschen, Royal Photographic Society Magazine, View Magazine, Popular Photography


Museum of the City of New York
The Design Trust for Public Space


Diploma Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism, The ICP, New York (2000-2001)
B.A. (Honors) Fine Art, The University for Creative Arts in Canterbury U.K (1997-2000)

Photograph by Björn Valdimarsson