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People: Jono Wood
Because learning from those who’ve gone before you is better than going it alone, four photographers talk about their experiences assisting or being mentored and share the insights they came away with.
Concerned with showing reality over fantasy, Jono Wood is a Joburg based freelance photographer who specialises in documentary photography. His work has taken him across Africa, on the road with the EFF and to Hillbrow on New Year’s Eve.
They may be young, but these 9 photographers have vision, ambition and distincly recognisable styles – we’re excited to see what they’ve got in store for us next.
Jono Wood and Camilla Janse van Vuuren spent their New Year’s Eve in Hillbrow and reported back in words and images.
A “holiday photo album” inspired by the feelings evoked by old family photographs, brought to you by 35 local creatives.
Two vastly distinct solo shows open this week, queer identities get explored and Walter Oltmann celebrates three decades of making art.
Fashion photographer and photojournalist Jono Wood attended the national Nelson Mandela memorial at the FNB Stadium in Soweto on 10 December 2013 and captured some striking images of the mourners.