My assistant (Matt Johnston) and I prepped to be ready for Colin to walk in for five and a half hours.
We watched the daylight change and we prepped.
And we prepped.
And we watched the daylight disappear.
And we waited.
Then he came, super apologetic and lovely, but with his mind very much still in the character that he’d taken a break from the “King’s speech”. We had fifteen minutes.
Jonathan works from London and New York as a freelance commercial photographer. His work has appeared in numerous publications and exhibitions, most recently on permanent collection at the National Portrait Gallery.
All current exhibition work and his extensive archive of commissioned portraits are available upon request and most are available as limited edition prints.
His work developing new and sustainable working practices has won acclaim from a wide audience, as have his lectures; both on his work, and on levering the social web.
It was in recognition of this work that in 2009 Jonathan was made a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts.
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