As a social documentary photographer, Jake Williams photography seeks to communicate stories of society, where he strives to immerse himself in the culture of unknown communities, to represent the true people and place.
Beginning his journey into the professional creative world, Jake initially studied BA Architecture at Central Saint Martins; His love for photography ignited when an architectural image of his ‘Gas Ferry Warehouse’, was commended in the Sony World Photography Awards. Jake continues to create work while studying for a photography degree and hopes to soon turn his passion for photojournalism into a progressive career.
Over the coming years, Jake aspires to work at the forefront of breaking news both domestically and overseas, having been inspired by talks given by and recent conversations with prominent conflict photographers. Jake is currently developing further editorial work immersing himself within the complexities of Brexit, by attending demonstrations, marches and protests.
Kings College Taunton (Art Scholar) Central Saint Martins University West of England
'Creativity is intelligence having fun'
Faces of Britain, The Island Gallery (Bristol 2019)
Collaborative Exhibition, The Brewhouse Taunton (2016)