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About me

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Jonny Weeks is a British photographer, feature writer and picture editor. He's worked for The Guardian newspaper since 2008 and spent three years managing its picture-desk in Australia before returning to London. He shoots and writes about news, sport, fashion and culture, splitting his time between The Guardian and freelance commissions.

Jonny began his career as a sport reporter in New Zealand where he taught himself photography. He later studied at Central Saint Martins specialising in alternative photographic processes. In 2012 he was invited to exhibit his image Hurry Up Harry at Daegu Photo Biennale in South Korea. In 2017 he was a judge for the Nikon-Walkley photojournalism awards in Australia. He's also interviewed many celebrated photographers such as Neil Leifer and Martin Parr.

Jonny is available for commissions via the contacts below.

e: jonnyweeks1@gmail.com
t: @WeeksJonny
p: +44 (0)7709345104

Selected photo essays, galleries and feature writing
2018 – Big-wave surfer re-lives nightmare wipeout (feature)
2018 – Battle of Hastings rebooted (photo essay)
2018 – World Cup colour chart (gallery)
2018 – Australian Open tennis (photo essay)
2017 – Space whisperers: NASA’s suicide mission (feature)
2017 – The battle for Waterloo (photo essay)
2017 – Taronga Zoo conservation (photo essay)
2017 – Storm chasers (feature)
2017 – Pipe dreams: on the road in pursuit of surfing glory (extended feature)
2016 – Ballgowns and bikinis: Australian fashion week (photo essay)
2016 – Canberra balloon spectacular (photo essay)
2016 – Sydney's Mardis Gras parade (photo essay)
2016 – An interview with Martin Parr (interview)
2015 – Balls and Bulldust (review)
2015 – Splendour in the Grass (photo essay)
2014 – Muhammad Ali: by the photographers who knew him (extended feature)
2014 – The story behind Maradona v Belgium (article)
2013 – Sunset photography (article)
2013 – Uncovering Chechnya's hidden identity (article)
2013 – The art of peeping (article)

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