Welcome to my website.

Please look around the galleries, leave comments or even buy a print or two!

I have linked with "The Print Space" to provide this service. The online prints are not always the same as the ones in the gallery but if you particularly want a specific photograph from my gallery that isn't yet in the Print Space just let me know through the contact page. The Print Space allow you to order in various sizes and you have the option of having your photograph framed at the same time. If you see a photograph on my Facebook page I can add that to The Hub too if you ask (use the contact page on the website or ask me through Facebook). Within each gallery the first (top left) thumbnail when clicked takes you to a larger image of the icon and a link to the left. The purchasing information section also lists the direct urls which you can copy and paste if you wish. PLease note that the url for the Falklands gallery has changed and includes the 2016 photographs now.

There have been some issues with this link recently but I believe they are now resolved. The links should allow you to buy a print online and have it mounted/framed if you wish. My apologies for the problems.

The Phlog section is my photographic version of a blog and is regularly updated with a short account of a recent photograph though my Facebook page tends to be more active these days so check that too.

I have added a new gallery of "fun stuff". This explains the logos on my greeting cards and business cards and how to use them to get a slideshow of more of my work.

I have an active Facebook page so again please feel free to visit there and see some more of my work. I have also added a link to my work on Alamy (photolibrary) which you can access via the link below if you wish.

I am still exhibiting at Oriel Tir a Mor, Borth - this started in 2015 as part of the Ceredigion Art Trail but I have maintained a display space upstairs. I am sharing gallery space with Sarah (links to her work in the links section). The work has changed from the art trail display and I must thank everyone who visited the display and left such positive feedback. The coffee, tea and cakes are of course, still superb and I am told the cooked breakfasts are sublime but my post-Christmas waistline prevents me from personally checking that out!

I am now on twitter (@CeredigionJones) feel free to follow!

Phil Jones
January 2017

All work on this site is copyright so please don't reuse without permission, thank you.

Stock photography by Philip Jones at Alamy