Jonathan Dayman

Easterly Edges photobook project - Tilbury

Easterly Edges photobook project - Seawick

Easterly Edges photobook project - Southend-on-Sea

Easterly Edges photobook project - Dovercourt

Easterly Edges photobook project - Clacton-on-Sea

Easterly Edges photobook project - Shoeburyness

Easterly Edges photobook project - Leigh on Sea

Easterly Edges photobook project - Tilbury

Private viewings project - Hayward, Gursky

Private viewings project - Kettle's Yard

Private viewings project - Kettle's Yard

Private viewings project - Hayward, Gursky

Private viewings project - Hayward, Gursky

Private viewings project - Hayward, Gursky

Private viewings project - Hayward, Gursky

Private viewings project - Turner Contemporary, Margate

Private viewings project - Firstsite Colchester, Grayson Perry

Private viewings project - Whitechapel Gallery, Thomas Ruff

Private viewings project - Palais de Tokyo, Paris

Private viewings project - Palais de Tokyo, Paris

Private viewings project - Palais de Tokyo, Paris

Private viewings project - Pergamon Museum, Berlin

Private viewings project - Pergamon Museum, Berlin

Private viewings project - Pergamon Museum, Berlin

Private viewings project - Grand Palais, Paris, Irving Penn

Jonathan Dayman

Jonathan Dayman's self-taught photography has progressively developed since his first camera – a Box Brownie, at age 10 – to its present form which currently centres on landscapes and humanity. His images attempt to explore the impact of man on his landscape and how man exists in it now. 

His style is often geometric, with strong horizontal and vertical lines and graphic forms. He currently shoots in  colour, muted and subtle. 

He likes to push images to the edges of the frame and sometimes abandon conventional compositions to test our sense of aesthetics.

His influences are varied, but include classical painters (Hopper, Hockney) and a range of photographers from different eras and schools (Meyerowitz, Eggleston, Kander, Haas, and the Dusseldorf School of the Bechers, Gursky, Höfer et al).

He uses medium format black-and-white and colour analogue film as well as digital, and, in the future, he wants to experiment with adding Polaroid instant photography and mixing analogue and digital media into his creative portfolio.

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SPACE Studios
37 Queen Street
COLCHESTER
Essex

CO4 5PH

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