December 2014: A very mad run up to the Christmas Break, with editorials for Port & Heroine Magazine and a collection of music commissions including Snakehips & Ghostpoet and a day trip to Dublin to portrait Gavin James. Thanks to the incredible people I've met and worked with this year - 2015's going to be a big one.
November 2014: My RIP Poster project for Garage Magazine has just gone up online, check it out here.
November 2014: Exciting news for Jan / Feb, I'll be back in New York & LA during the end of January - hope to see some old faces and some new ones.
November 2014: Video I shot for Jones's new track You is premiering now on Fader.
November 2014: Stoked to be part of Snatch Magazines 'Les huit jeunés qui réinventent la photographie'. For those of you who can't be bothered to paste that into google translate - it roughly means The 8 Young Photographers Reinventing Photography, apparently... It's available across France.
November 2014: Dunbar at the Portrait Salon Opening at Four Corners Gallery.
October 2014: Very pleased that two of my portraits have been selected for this years Portrait Salon. Dunbar & Coral will spend the next few months as part the touring exhibition. You can see more info here but head down to Four Corners on November the 6th to see them in person.
September 2014: Working on the Coasts album campaign with the excellent Matt De Jong for Good Soldier Songs. Above is the first EP A Rush of Blood that begins the run up to the album launch next year.
September 2014: A few outtakes from my Port Magazine Editorial - We The Troupe. You can still get your hands on a copy now in any half decent news agents, probably not WH-Smiths though because they're a bit rubbish. Above, La Touche & Freya.
September 2014: Port Magazine's Autumn issue comes out today, they very kindly trusted me with two stories, one an editorial styled by the wonderful Alex Petsetakis and the other an expedition which involved hanging out with some Bass fishermen off the Dorset coast. Somehow the stories are related I'm sure. Head out to newsstands today and have a gawk at it.
July 2014: Shot the lovely lads from Sea Fret for Sony Music.
July 2014: Port Magazine sent me on a nautical adventure to Dorset for their Autumn Issue.
July 2014: Shot the Hudson Taylor boys artwork for their new single Chasing Rubies.
July 2014: Shot an editorial for the Autumn Issue of Port Magazine in Ealing Broadway with some of my favourite faces. Including this fella Fred who worked out that sitting on set and posing meant he got fed well.
July 2014: Working on something special for the launch of Garage Magazine's new website in September.
June 2014: COASTS release their new Oceans EP featuring artwork made my me back last year in Portland.
June 2014: Thanks to COMMUNE MAGAZINE for the cover and feature on my work in their first issue. I’m in really excellent company, please check it out, here.
May 2014: We've worked together for a couple of years now, so it was great to shoot Hudson Taylor's album cover ahead of their headline sell out show at The Electric Ballroom. It's all under wraps until the expected release this Autumn.
February 2014: Shot with the singer Fred Page for United Management.
February 2014: Currently working on a project in the North East of England.
New Fragment, 2014.
Very excited to announce that the British Journal of Photography has included me as one of their 30 international 'Ones to Watch' in this January's talent issue. I'd like to thank the lovely Zelda Cheatle for putting me forward, I'm in very good company. The issue is available in all WHSmiths and all good newsagents. See high res.
Alexander Norton of The Lost Prairie wrote a very interesting and thoughtful reaction to my series 26 States, check it out here.
December 2013: The folks at It's Nice That featured a selection of images from 26 States, with a lovely write up from Liv Siddall.
"Anyone can travel around America with a camera and come back with photographs, but few people can return with an edited selection of images that truly captures the essence of such a vast amount of land. We’re over-saturated with gritty New York portraits of the general public, and we’ve seen enough projects and films about middle America to last us a lifetime, so for Jack Davison to come along and give us a modern, concise window into that vast dreamworld, we are eternally grateful. This man has got an effortless, delicate talent with a camera which is even more exciting when you find out that he didn’t even study photography. He’s available for commissioned work, and if I were you I wouldn’t dawdle unless you want to find yourself at the back of a very long queue." - Liv Siddall @ It's Nice That
YOUNG BRITISH PHOTOGRAPHERS AT BROADWAY HOUSE
29TH NOV - 20TH DECEMBER.
Recently took part in Hel Ved's Creative Review at Pakhuis de Zwijger in Amsterdam.