I am a photographic artist, writer and educator. My photographic practice explores notions of home, belonging, folklore and the natural landscape. My writing interests include photography and expanded media: moving image, mobile photography and computer generated imagery. I have taught as a Lecturer in Photography at the University of Hertfordshire, Coventry University, Anglia Ruskin University, University of the Arts London and the University of West London



Jake Vincent was brought up right on the edge of the Somerset Levels just outside of the city of Wells.

Always having had an appreciation for art stemming from his father’s artistic background, he endeavours to bring his own sense of composition and drama to his photographic works. In particular he enjoys trying to convey the scale while at the same time the detail in the landscape through his large panoramic photos.

Jake is entirely self-taught as a Landscape photographer, believing that the best way to learn is through experience - to get to know the land, the season, the light and the photographic techniques involved.

Great care has gone into producing each photograph right through from capture to print. The photographs themselves are fittingly printed on Somerset paper produced locally at St.Cuthberts Paper Mill at Wookey Hole. Only the highest quality materials are used both in printing and in framing.



After studying in France and Film and Video at St. Martins School of Art, Jerome has a broad background, in producing creative broadcast quality films. Working mainly as Director but also - Director of Photography - Editor – Producer - With work screened on BBC1, BBC2, CH 4 and ITV. For 15 years he Directed Adverts and Music videos. Winning an MTV Music Video Award and making close to 100 music promos.

Now trading as INKY FILMS making creative digital films. Working mainly on Dramas & Documentary films as - Director - Director of Photography  - Producer - Editor – Educator - Mentor - depending on the projects requirements.



John is an award-winning wildlife and documentary cameraman with credits on over 60 films, many of which have won awards at festivals – including Wildscreen. In 2008 he received an Emmy nomination for Cinematography for Meerkat Manor.

His spare time is devoted to stills photography, specialising in atmospheric landscapes of his home county of Somerset. There are regular exhibitions of John’s work.