Neville Jones has ten years experience as a photographer and has won awards such as the National category of the World Photography Awards, Fine Art – Landscape category of the International Photography Awards and Australian Photograph of the Year. He has an Adv. Dip of Photography. Jones enjoyed a successful corporate career before switching to his twin passions of Travel and Photography in 2014. Whilst at a meeting in Hong Kong, Jones decided to take the first steps on his new journey. He looked up his Bucket List and found Guilin, a short flight into mainland China. From there he travelled by car to a tiny fishing village and negotiated to spend the dark hours of a morning with a cormorant fisherman, taking photographs of him at work. One of those photos, "Going Home" won the award for best Australian photograph in the World Photography Awards. That photograph was exhibited at Somerset House in London for a month.
Sony Alpha SLT-A99V | Sony A7iii | Sony A7Sii
Zeiss 16-35mm f/2.8 | Zeiss 24-70mm f/2.8 | Zeiss 85mm f/1.4 | Sony 70-200mm f/2.8 | Sony 70-200mm f/4 | Sony 300mm f/2.8 | Tamron 90mm f/2.8 | Tamron 150-600mm f/5-6.3 | Sigma 12-24mm f/4.5-5.6 | Samyang 8mm f/3.5 | Sony 24-70mm f/4
The three pillars of my working life, Advertising, Travel and Photography are linked by my passion for purposeful storytelling. I aim to entertain, inform and inspire. There are millions of worthy stories waiting to be told. I enjoy discovering and revealing those stories, regardless of whether the audience is hundreds of thousands or just one person.
I enjoy telling stories that are difficult to capture, in demanding conditions. One of my photography lecturers once said that "photography is all about problem-solving" I think about that statement every day.
2017 Audubon Society Denver, Winner 2016 Moscow International Foto Awards, Honourable Mention 2016 Fine Art Photography Awards (London) Travel, Nominee 2016 Fine Art Photography Awards (London) Landscape, Nominee 2016 Victorian Professional Photography Awards, Gold Award 2016 Victorian Professional Photography Awards, 2 x Silver Awards 2016 Victorian Professional Photography Awards, Finalist, Student Photographer of the Year 2016 Sony Alpha Art House Awards, Finalist, Editorial Category 2016 Sony Alpha Art House Awards, Finalist, Videography Category 2015 International Photography Awards, 4 x Honourable Mentions 2014 Professional Photographer of the Year Location Flash, 3rd Place 2014 International Photography Awards, 5 x Honourable Mentions 2014 Better Photography Photograph of the Year, Outright Winner 2014 Better Photography Photograph of the Year, Classic Landscape, Winner 2014 Better Photography Photograph of the Year, Exotic Travel, 7th Place 2014 Somerset House Gallery, London Sony World Photography Awards Exhibition 2014 Sony World Photography Awards Winner, Australia 2014 Sony World Photography Awards, Finalist 2013 International Loupe Awards, Bronze Award 2013 Life Framer Gallery, London Selected by Curator, Chris Buck for "Life - Open Call" exhibition 2013 The Black Box Gallery, Oregon, USA Selected by Curator, Ethan Jackson for "Journeys" exhibition 2013 The Kiernan Gallery, Virginia, USA Selected by Curator, Christy Karpinski for "Voyages" exhibition 2013 Eyes on Asia Awards Finalist, 6th outright 2013 Epson International Pano Awards, 7 x Bronze Awards 2012 Better Digital Camera Magazine, Runner-up "Readers Images" 2012 Australian Photography Magazine, Winner "Your Best Shot" 2012 Better Digital Camera Photograph of the Year, Silver Award (6th outright) 2012 Epson International Pano Awards Silver Award 2012 International Loupe Awards, Gold Award and 3 x Silver Awards 2012 Sony World Photography Awards Commendation 2011 Epson International Pano Awards 4 x Bronze Awards 2011 Better Photography Photograph of the Year 4 x Silver Awards
I am a "slasher". This is the new term to describe Millennials' aspiration for variety in their everyday job. So I am a photographer/videographer/editor/photography tour leader/travel consultant/advertising agency director. But I'm not a Millennial. :-)