Hungry Eye Editors at Large
Originally the lead singer in the seminal punk band The Skids, Richard Jobson then became a TV presenter before becoming a film director, producer and screenwriter. He has directed four feature films: Sixteen Years of Alcohol in 2003, The Purifiers in 2004 and A Woman in Winter in 2005. He is a leading voice and activist in the world of convergence (shooting moving image on DSLR cameras) and will begin directing the follow up film to the cult Quadrophenia in 2012.
Jonathan Worth is a professional photographer and lecturer as well as the driving force behind and founder of Phonar the worlds first open community photography degree platform. This has lead to him becoming an internationally recognized spokesman for the future of arts education.
Hungry Eye Contributing Editors
Based in London Chris’ portrait work appears in many of the worlds leading magazines. He is also an enthusiastic adopter of convergence and now finds himself creating both still and moving images for most of his commercial clients.
Peter is an award winning photojournalist based in London whose humerous tweeting has led to him compiling the hugely popular Dench Diary: The Diary of a Sometime Working Pro for Hungry Eye magazine.
South London born Jake has been based in New York for over ten years and is considered to be one of the most creative portrait photographers working today. He has now begun shooting films.
New York based photographer Andrew Hetherington has been a leading advocate in the use of social media to develop his career. His What’s the Jackanory is a winner in the prestigious LIFE 2011 Best Photo Blogs awards.
Sean Samuels is Hungry Eye magazine’s US Editor based in Las Vegas and Los Angeles. He has previously worked as a contracted script editor for the BBC and was also the Deputy Editor of Photography Monthly magazine for the past two years. His blog focuses on his experiences and observations from the film world.
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Based in Edinburgh, Scotland Gavin Evans is a photographer who never holds back from the difficult decisions. His work is passionate, informed and often troubling. He is a true Hungry Eye.
Peter started his career charting the music industry of the Seventies and the rise of Punk. Since then he has become a widely respected journalist and writer and his book Filthy English was published in 2010. Peter is an informed and orgianl thinker whose monthly column will feature in Hungry Eye magazine.
Leicester-born Steve Pyke started out working for NME and The Face in the early 1980s. Today he is the staff photographer for The New Yorker â€“ a position he was awarded after Richard Avedon died has been made an MBE and is one of the most important portrait photographers of our time. His weekly updated blog gives an invaluable insight into his work and approach.
UK based Californian wedding photographer Crash taylor has embraced filmmaking with passion, enthusiasm and commitment. Having formed Coyote Canyon Films he uses this blog to track the progress of his first film ‘Jar of Angels’.