Updated Sept 2014 - discount voucher for Capture One 8 available!

July 13th, 2014

I’ve had to update this post as Phase One have just announced the release of Capture One 8! The discount code still applies to this brand new software - you still get the full 10% discount, except now just on an even better product. The discount code applies to both the full product or upgrades from existing versions.

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As a Phase One ‘ambassador’ and long time user of Phase One products including Capture One software,  I’m pleased to be able to pass on a discount to anyone who wants to buy Capture One 7 Pro software. Just drop me an email and I’ll send you a discount code which entitles you to a further 10% discount on the advertised price available on the Phase One website. And yes you can use this code to get a further 10% off the current website offer price of €114! Most of the work on this website has been processed from RAW using Capture One Pro software.

Capture One Pro 7 is the world’s best raw converter, rendering precise colours and incredible detail with support for leading high-end cameras. It contains flexible, digital asset management, all the essential adjustment tools in one customisable and high performing solution. For more information on Capture One Pro 7 go to http://www.phaseone.com/en/Imaging-Software.aspx


Magenta Flash Forward Anniversary Book Set

July 11th, 2014


My work was recently highlighted in this special anniversary four book set celebrating 10 years of Magenta Flash Forward.


Interviewed by On Landscape magazine

July 24th, 2013

Tim Parkin at OnLandscape.co.uk interviewed me recently - the resulting article can be seen here. On Landscape is a UK based bi-weekly magazine dedicated to landscape photography.

Huangshan Ltd featured on Lenscratch Blog

June 27th, 2013

Untitled XIII, from the series 'Huangshan Ltd'

The Huangshan Ltd project has been featured on the Lenscratch blog here.


Selected as one of the winners of the Magenta Foundation’s 2013 Flash Forward competition.

May 5th, 2013

Clogwyn Coch, Snowdon. Wales. 2 fatalities, 2009

Clogwyn Coch, Snowdon. Wales. 2 fatalities, 2009

I’ve recently returned from the Photolucida review event in Portland, Oregon where I met with several (mainly west coast) gallerists and curators. More on the outcomes of those meetings in future posts! Meantime I’m happy to announce that I’ve  been selected (for the second year running) as one of the winners of the Magenta Foundation’s 2013 Flash Forward Competition for emerging photographers.

My ‘Avalanche UK’ project was selected by Sara Knelman (Talks Programmer, Photographers Gallery) and Rebecca McClelland (Group Photography Editor and Creative Director of the Ian Parry Scholarship).

The work will be published in the Magenta Foundation catalogue and feature in Flash Forward Festival events in Toronto, before touring to various venues.

Personal projects ‘taster’ book available

January 1st, 2013

This ‘taster’ book includes sample images and project texts from six of my personal projects produced between 2009 and 2012. Available in hardback or as a pdf download from Blurb, it includes a total of sixteen images.
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New limited edition prints from Eye Buy Art

December 9th, 2012

Ste-Foy-Tarentaise (2009)

Ste-Foy-Tarentaise, France (2009)

Two images from my ‘Naked’ (2009) series are being released as limited editions prints by Canadian online gallery Eye Buy Art (www.eyebuyart.com). Editions are available in several different sizes from 14 x 11 inches to 40 x 30 inches. The images available are ‘Ste-Foy-Tarentaise, France 2009′ and ‘Glacier d’Argentiere, Chamonix, France. 2009′. Eye Buy Art aim to encourage the collection of limited edition art by offering affordably priced editions.

Glacier-d'Argentiere (2009)

Glacier-d'Argentiere, Chamonix, France (2009)

Latest exhibition news

October 19th, 2012

Ben Nevis and Aanoch Mor, Fort William, Scotland. 4 fatalities, 1998

Ben Nevis and Aanoch Mor, Fort William, Scotland. 4 fatalities, 1998

This image from my ‘Avalanche UK’ series has been selected for the AMPS Salon at the Photofusion Gallery in London. The triptych is intended to be printed at 3 metres total width but due to lack of gallery wallspace I will be showing a half-size version. The private view is on 6th December at 6.30pm with the exhibition continuing until 18th January.

The Magenta Foundation’s Flash Forward 2012 exhibition is opening shortly at the Regent Park Arts and Cultural Centre in Toronto, Canada. The private view is on the 14th November at 7pm with the exhibition continuing until 20th November.  I’m showing the image below from the Huangshan Ltd series.

Untitled IV, from the series Huangshan Ltd

Untitled IV, from the series Huangshan Ltd

Latest hipstamatic selection

October 3rd, 2012

A few of my latest iphone images culled from my files, using the hipstamatic app. One of my photolibraries, Gallery Stock, is shortly launching an iphone collection.

Selected images now licensed by Gallery Stock

July 4th, 2012

I was recently invited to contribute to Gallery Stock, a rights-managed licensing agency (or image library to you and me) based in New York and London. The company represents some amazing photographers - Stephen Shore, Joel Meyerowitz, Mitch Epstein etc etc - and around 100 of my images will shortly be going live with them.

Commissions in Alaska and Norway

June 8th, 2012

Thompson Pass, near Valdez, Alaska

Thompson Pass, near Valdez, Alaska

I have recently returned from two trips shooting editorial commissions. The first was in Alaska where I spent the best part of a month in and around the Chugach Mountains in what turned out to be a record-breaking snowfall year.  The second trip was to the Lyngen Alps in northern Norway, around 200 miles inside the Arctic Circle. Based on a yacht exploring the fjords northwest of Tromso, the ‘land of the midnight sun’ kept its promise, delivering nearly 24 hours of daylight. Click here or on the image above to see some more images from both trips - the link will open my facebook page.

Selected as one of the winners of the Magenta Foundation’s 2012 Flash Forward Competition for emerging photographers

May 10th, 2012

I’ve been selected as one of the winners of the Magenta Foundation’s 2012 Flash Forward Competition for emerging photographers.

My ‘Huangshan Ltd’ project was selected by Diane Smyth (British Journal of Photography), Stefanie Braun (Photographers’ Gallery) & Francesca Sears (Panos Pictures).

The work will be published in the Magenta Foundation catalogue and feature in Flash Forward Festival events in Boston and Toronto.

PDN Magazine Interview

January 13th, 2012

Untitled IV from the series 'Huangshan Ltd'

I was recently interviewed by Conor Risch, editor of respected US-based photography magazine PDN (Photo District News). The interview is published in the March 2012 issue of the magazine. We discuss the ‘Huangshan Ltd’ project in particular and the framework behind my work. The magazine will be featuring five images from the series. You can read the interview and see the gallery of images here. Alternatively you can download the pdf of the interview here.

Invited to take part in the Simon Norfolk Masterclass in Athens

November 6th, 2011

I’ve been invited to take part in the ‘Simon Norfolk Masterclass’ as part of the Athens Photography Festival. Run by the Hellenic Centre for Photography in Athens it is sponsored by the British Council in Greece. The four day course begins on 11th November and I’m the only participant from the UK.

‘Luminance’ Private View Invitation - 2nd November 2011

October 27th, 2011

Untiltled III, from the series 'Sound of Jura' (2010)

Please join us for the private view of ‘Luminance’ at 10GS, Mayfair on Wednesday 2nd November from 6 – 8.30pm

An exhibition of photographs by Judith Lyons, Wendy Pye & Jon Wyatt

Drinks and canapes will be served.
RVSP please.  mail@jonwyatt.co.uk

Jon Wyatt

An award-winning landscape photographer, Jon’s work has been published and exhibited in the UK and Europe, and is represented by the Diemar/Noble Gallery in London.

“Our continued disconnection from the physical landscape provides the framework for all my work.  Various techniques are utilised to recreate this detachment through the imagery, exploring the dynamics and ethics of land ownership, preservation and visual wonder. And how, ironically, our lack of connection may be the last best hope for the preservation of ecosystems.”

Luminance features work from the series ‘Sound of Jura’ (2010). This is the name given to the straits separating the Isle of Jura in the Inner Hebrides from the Scottish mainland. The Gaelic name is ‘An Linne Rosach’ meaning the ‘Sound of Disappointment’.


Judith Lyons

Judith Lyons is a photographic artist.  A graduate of both Central Saint Martin’s School of Art and Design and the London College of Communication, for the last four years Judith has worked predominantly with camera-less methods of photographic image production.  Her work has been exhibited in institutions and galleries both nationally and internationally and has been featured in books and journals.

“Using traditional analogue and contemporary digital photographic processes, Judith Lyons’ work demonstrates an engagement with the natural world and with the perpetual cycle of birth, growth, decay, death and rebirth”.

Luminance features work from two series, ’A Different Nature’ (2009) and ‘Un/Natural Forms’ (2010).


Wendy Pye

Wendy is a commercial photographer, photography lecturer and photographic artist. She graduated from The M.A in Photographic Arts at The London College of Communication, London in 2009. Wendy’s work over the last four years has been responding to the well-known natural beauty and suicide spot, Beachy Head on the South England coast. Her work has been exhibited internationally and featured in press and journals.

“A common strand running through my work is in an interest in exploring the cyclical nature of states of being, particularly those that bridge, or represents something on the cusp of change.”

Luminance features work from the series titled  ’Luminance in Flux’ (2010), which uses light interventions to respond to the sentiment embedded in the landscape.



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